Cross border rail meeting

Cross border rail meeting

The first BRC rail connectivity event held in January was supported by rail campaign group RAGES which is campaigning to improve the rail service between Edinburgh, Dunbar and Berwick and to have East Linton and Reston stations re-opened for active use. The group will return for next year's meeting on January 31, at 7pm in the town hall as will campaign group SENRUG which is campaigning for greater rail connectivity and better services from Newcastle up to the border and whose aims include a regular, daytime local service north of Morpeth, initially to Pegswood and Widdrington, but eventually running all the way through to Berwick.

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