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Progression Towards Fixing the East Coast Railway Line

Progression Towards Fixing the East Coast Railway Line

In order to improve the conditions of the trains and railway systems across all over the regions of Great Britain, Network Rail is diligently progressing further and further towards fixing the East Coast railway line. What it plans to do specifically is that it will put a fourth railway track that will run from the towns of Huntingdon to Woodwalton in order to improve the state of conditions along that line. Conservative Member of Parliament Chris Grayling will have received the request for this implementation to take place in the form of a TWA (Transport and Workers) Order that covers the necessary details of the plans.

This, along with improvements having successfully taken place along the stations in Warrington and Doncaster, will enable pressure to be eased off other existing services. It will also enable wagon vehicles that are quicker than others to actually overtake trains that are not as quick, thus allowing for much speedier and organized train times to be implemented in and around the north of England. The works will equally mean that the bridle route of Abbots Ripton will need to be sealed off. Whilst this might be of some concern to some, once this maneuver is put into place the railway company will ensure that a safer diversion is built and will pass alongside farming areas close to the line.

Not only will this be a visual feast for commuters along the line but it will also prove to be an increasingly safe and secure measure for those walking through the rail crossing or indeed those travelling alongside the moving trains themselves. Mister Aidan Talbott has drawn notice towards Network Rail’s evident commitment to making the railway systems across the north a much more efficient and safe method of transport for its citizens, who will undoubtedly benefit from Network Rail’s ambitious new ventures into better development projects.

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