Wed 29 November 2017, The Guardian

This is not a strategy – it’s a fast track to the dark ages of rail

By Simon Jenkins
T he transport secretary Chris Grayling announced this week that he plans to reopen five, possibly eight, railway lines closed by Richard Beeching, to cut overcrowding and increase capacity. Beeching, who wrote a report back in the 1960s that identified 5,000 miles of railway line for closure, has been dead...
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