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We’re preparing to make a string of vital improvements to London King’s Cross in the coming weeks to enable better and more journeys for passengers.

This August bank holiday, we carried out significant improvements at London King’s Cross as part of a broader £1.2bn upgrade of the East Coast Main Line.

This time we are in the West Country and considering what began life as a 3ft 6in gauge railway with an incline remote from the rest of the Cornish rail network, which later became a standard gauge line with wagon lift.

The Railway Magazine, in July 1951, carried a short article about the the railways within the Guinness Brewery in Dublin. This seems like another excellent subject to look into. The article was entitled, “An Irish Brewery Railway” and was written by Frank Jeffares.

Putting passengers first: July

Posted in UK on 2019-07-28 11:43:54

Putting passengers first isn’t all about delivering large-scale infrastructure projects and railway improvements.

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