RAIL magazine article

With the kind permission of RAIL magazine, here is the link to an article on the Borders Railway by Paul Prentice, published in the June-July issue. Only just received – and although partly overtaken by events it does incorporate useful insights and interesting photos, as well as illustrating how CBR has secured a national profile.

June July 2012 RAIL magazine article

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One Response

  1. Although I now live in North West England, I was brought up in the Borders and for four years travelled to school in Hawick by train and am really interested in the new railway but am somewhat puzzled as to why it is taking so long. At 31.4 miles under the sea the channel tunnel was completed in six years. According to what I have heard, when the rail system was being built in India in the last century up to a mile of track was laid in a day and that without all the modern machinery available today

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