Monthly Archives: July 2012

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FISHGUARD TRAINS HAS A WELCOME – AND A WARNING The coalition government is in trouble and needs to rediscover a sense of purpose. The economy is locked in recession, and more and more we feel the public spending cuts in … Continue reading

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South Wales electrified?

Is the rail landscape in South Wales on the point of major change? With ITV Wales reporting a UK government u-turn on its previous exclusion of Swansea from electrification, and big rail spending plans due to be announced, plus the … Continue reading

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Fishguard train derailed

A two-coach train on the direct Gloucester to Fishguard service struck cattle a few miles short of the Harbour on Thursday evening. Passengers were shocked but unharmed. Some cows were killed as the front coach derailed. The rear coach remained … Continue reading

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