In England a car factory is gone but the railway remains
After two and a half decades of almost compete abandonment, the sidings of the former Leyland Motor Works have found new life, in the burgeoning aggregates industry. Having been built for a Lancashire company, but having passed though the hands of consolidation and government ownership, and even into foreign hands, the sidings at Leyland are back in the service of a local company.
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