The Anonymous Widower

The Route Map Of The East West Main Line

This image shows a schematic map of the East West Main Line.

Note.

  1. There is a lot of detail at the Eastern end. Is that the East Anglia influence in the Partnership?
  2. Bury St. Edmunds has been missed out. Is that the Ipswich influence in the Partnership?
  3. Of the four new stations only Winslow is not in Cambridgeshire. Is that the Cambridge influence in the Partnership?

It should also be noted that there are two links at the East, to the two ports of Freeport East; Felixstowe and Harwich.

Conclusion

This map makes a bold statement.

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October 7, 2021 - Posted by | Transport/Travel | , , , , , , ,

3 Comments »

  1. […] The Route Map Of The East West Main Line […]

    Pingback by The Birth Of The East West Main Line « The Anonymous Widower | October 7, 2021 | Reply

  2. Hello AW, i hope you are doing well after the ‘op’ last week…

    I was only reading yesterday how the East-West rail might be the solution to the ‘Croxley Rail Link’, Infact it seems the better idea, keeping the Met terminating as it currently does at Watford, and maybe in the first stage just one stop at Vicarage Road (with provision for a further station at a later stage) it would be tranformative for connections and housing development.

    Comment by PJS | October 8, 2021 | Reply

  3. […] Route Map Of The East West Main Line […]

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