Reopening Cornwall’s branch railway lines: plenty of ideas, but no money for infrastructure

Posted By on 4th February 2021

By Daniel Clark A £500 million government fund to study the prospect of reopening old railways lines in Cornwall has now been open for more than a year – but…


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  1. Funny how all the lines closed were from the Southern Railway. Interesting comment from the guy about opening the Okehampton line to Plymouth, the reversal of trains is a problem unlike the Dawlish route which has cost and continues to cost a fortune to keep open. I suppose they shouldn’t have taken the turntables out.

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