Rail freight gives Ivanhoe Line campaigners a head start in reopening

A line saved from closure, because it served freight traffic, has won a significant victory. It is part of a UK government scheme to restore passenger services to parts of the network closed in a rationalisation of the 1960s. The popularly known Ivanhoe Line, through a heavily populated part of the East Midlands, is a step closer to returning to mixed traffic. That may also have positive implications for existing and future rail freight.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

1 comment op “Rail freight gives Ivanhoe Line campaigners a head start in reopening”

Ravi Rakesh|08.12.20|09:14

Travelling, why not! But distance has matter to us because time is vary with it. So, are you still tensioning with it, Get rid off with logistics business in india, One of the leading logistics company. So, just grab it.

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