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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