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HS2: Network Rail says there is 'no alternative' to a new rail line for west coast services

Tamworth Herald Thursday, 30 January 2020
HS2: Network Rail says there is 'no alternative' to a new rail line for west coast servicesIt's simply not possible to upgrade the West Coast Main Line to provide the number of trains needed, says body responsible for rail network.
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