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    late 80's BR and railways in general
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  1. The civils contractors have advised that they will have removed all heavy plant and machinery by the 22nd or 23rd of April From the tunnel
  2. I was on the first train that day
  3. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/hs2-phase-2a-plan-and-profile-maps-west-midlands-to-crewe-2021 phase 2a plans
  4. I’m sure the cables will be tidied up, the local guys will not be happy if I’d left like this.
  5. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-56542516 that was worth it then
  6. Surely that had already been done? there are bridges north of Leicester that have already been rebuilt to allow the OLE clearance
  7. Bringing work home ? make sure it doesn’t interfere with the GSMR
  8. That’s immense, great work
  9. 'Milestone moment' Now investigations are complete, and the green light received, Network Rail engineers will undertake a range of works – including drainage, fencing and earthworks. They will lay more than 11 miles of track, replace 24,000 concrete sleepers and install nearly 29,000 tonnes of ballast. They will also upgrade several level crossings as well as installing new global system for mobile communications (GSM-R) masts – allowing train drivers to securely communicate with signallers.
  10. Fewer trains, more chance of getting some work done in day light
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