The scope of Scotland’s electrification programme
Just before the Jubilee celebrations, the Scottish government in Edinburgh somewhat failed to grab the limelight by announcing a programme of works hailed as the first phase of a rail decarbonisation scheme. The programme concentrates on the long-awaited plans to electrify the railways in Fife, putting the commuter routes from Edinburgh under the wires for the first time. Significantly, that will involve wiring up the iconic Forth Bridge, a designated World Heritage Site.
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