The Anonymous Widower

Government Focuses On New Stations And Trains

This is the title of an article in Rail Magazine.

This is the opening paragraph.

Passenger numbers rising fast, new stations, improved facilities and new trains are the result of policies followed by the current Government and not what Labour wants to follow, claims Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling.

As an example about what is needed Gayling talks about the Cleethorpres to Sheffield Line.

It is an interesting insight to some of Mr. Grayling’s thinking.

But I agree we need more stations and trains.

I also feel that wit the right innovation and design, we may be able to provide services in places that previously have been thought not to be viable..

January 21, 2017 - Posted by | Transport | , , ,


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