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Not for me

“Not By Rail”

published 18/01/2002

Advantageswill get you from A to B - eventually

Disadvantagesneed I comment?

...By way of opening, yes, I am aware that BR does not exist anymore. This however, is an opinion about the whole rail network and it seemed fitting to put it here, after all, as you will see, BR had its merits. Many of us rely on rail travel every day and there can be few people who have never been on a train. Whether we use the railways for daily commuting or the occasional trip away we...

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Not for me

AdvantagesYou get where you want to go eventually

DisadvantagesYou pay a ridiculous amount of money to do so

...for £99, it costs about £130 to travel by train from the most southerly to the most northerly train station in Britain. If someone could explain to me why this is and where this mass of money is going i would be glad to listen. If the goverment want to get people out of their cars and onto buses and trains maybe they could get British Rail to stop charging me £3.50 for a 15 minute train journey every...

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Advantagesfine views preserved trams

Disadvantageshard seats

...Laxey to Bungalow. Here the road crosses the rail line and this road is part of the TT circuit. for a long part of this first section, the trackbed is laid on a ledge that was dig into the side of the hill. Some of the spoil was used to form a buttress at Llergy Veg. Just before the Bungalow at about three miles is a bit of flat land. Here was the site of the first power station for the line. All...

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