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Beeching Reversal Fund - what happens next and what lines in Devon could be restored?

beeching reversal fund - what happens next and what lines in devon could be restored?
Devon County Council has already put forward the Bere Alston to Tavistock line as their submission for the fund, as well as reiterating the desire for regular weekday services between Okehampton and..
Exeter Express and Echo - Published Also reported by •North Devon JournalTorquay Herald ExpressTiverton Mid Devon Gazette

The train still not arriving is already 15 years late

Plans to reverse Beeching cuts held back by complex, difficult and costly process
FT.com - Published

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Johnson announces spending package for neglected towns [Video]Johnson announces spending package for neglected towns

Boris Johnson will reinstate local railway lines axed under the Beeching cuts in the 1960s, as part of a package of measures to rejuvenate provincial towns. The Conservatives will make a manifesto..

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Reopening of Beeching rail lines faces long delays

Tory manifesto pledge aimed at ‘levelling up’ the regions of Britain faces uphill struggle
FT.com - Published

Corwen to Denbigh line reopening hope after Beeching cut

A fund to restore lost rail lines could benefit rural north Wales, a leading councillor says.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

The Beeching Axe: The lost railways of Devon and Cornwall

the beeching axe: the lost railways of devon and cornwall
Here's a look back at the Beeching Axe and all the lines that were lost - as a £500m fund launched to help fund studies of routes that could be restored
Torquay Herald Express - Published Also reported by •North Devon JournalTiverton Mid Devon GazetteExeter Express and Echo

Beeching rail cuts fund gives boost to plans to reopen Bere Alston to Tavistock line

beeching rail cuts fund gives boost to plans to reopen bere alston to tavistock line
The line between Bere Alston and Tavistock North closed in 1968 as part of the Beeching Axe, but with the majority of the track still in tact and under public ownership, is a top priority to reopen,..
Exeter Express and Echo - Published Also reported by •Torquay Herald ExpressNorth Devon JournalTiverton Mid Devon Gazette

Train travel: Cash for new rail - but will Wales get on track?

Could Wales' rail network benefit from UK government pledges to reverse 1960s Beeching cuts?
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Campaigners want axed Beverley to York railway line to re-open

campaigners want axed beverley to york railway line to re-open
The government is investing £500m to re-connect lines severed during the Beeching cuts
Hull Daily Mail - Published

Government steps up plans to reopen railway lines closed under the Beeching Axe

government steps up plans to reopen railway lines closed under the beeching axe
More than 5,000 miles of track and nearly 1,500 stations were closed between 1964 and 1970
Hull Daily Mail - Published Also reported by •Wales Online

Rebuilding the Cirencester to Kemble railway has taken a step closer to reality

The team behind Cirencester Community Railway want to reopen the line closed by Dr Beeching in the 1960s
Gloucestershire Echo - Published Also reported by •Gloucester CitizenStroud Life

£500m fund to restore Beeching rail cuts goes ahead amid criticism

Transport secretary to unveil first two railway lines to receive funding as restore rural services.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Ministers announce £20m new station boost for Beeching towns  


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

PA Headline

The Conservative Party has pledged to establish a Beeching Reversal Fund to restore services.
Express and Star - Published

Tories pledge £500m towards reversing Beeching rail cuts

Fund to help reopen lines in ‘left behind’ areas in north and Midlands
FT.com - Published

Activists call for more religious LGBT characters as EastEnders debuts lesbian Muslim

Campaigners, including Vicky Beeching, are urging TV bosses to increase the representation of religious LGBT+ characters on our screens. Their calls follow reports that soap EastEnders is set to..
PinkNews - Published

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