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The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.

Dave Seglins is an investigative journalist whose recent work includes exposés on global ticket scalping, offshore tax avoidance and government surveillance. He covers a range of domestic and international issues, including rail safety, policing, government and corporate corruption.

Canadian Pacific Railway's new CEO says his top priority is to expand business in both Canada and the U.S. but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown with the railway's main union after years of deep cuts and tumultuous change.

CP has undergone a dramatic restructuring since 2012 that has helped boost its net profit from $484 million that year to $1.6 billion last year. But the upheaval has left workers scarred after thousands of layoffs, two strikes and rocky employee-management relations.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire, offering a scenic trip of over 24 miles.

Llangollen Railway Experience rail travel as it used to be. Take a step back in time to the days of steam trains at one of North Wales’ most popular tourist attractions

The Hull and Selby Railway is a railway line between Kingston upon Hull and Selby in the United Kingdom which was authorised by an act of 1836 and opened in 1840.

Exmoor Associates has been set up by a small group as a private limited company to purchase and maintain available land on the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. We are all fully committed to the principle of a fully restored railway between Barnstaple and the coastal town of Lynton & Lynmouth. The primary objective of the company is the purchase of trackbed for phase three between Blackmoor and Barnstaple, to ensure that it will remain available for railway use in the future.

For those that know our company, they may already be familiar with some of the sections we own including Snapper Halt and Collard Bridge. We remain in the process of negotiating for the acquisition of further lengths of trackbed and sections of land at various locations along the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.
 

                                             

                                                               

Churnet Valley Railway (1992) PLC, Kingsley & Froghall Station, Froghall, ST10 2HA
Registered in England & Wales. Company Registration Number : 02760505 Copyright © Churnet Valley Railway 2018

The Hull and Selby Railway is a railway line between Kingston upon Hull and Selby in the United Kingdom which was authorised by an act of 1836 and opened in 1840. As built the line connected with the Leeds and Selby Railway (opened 1834) at Selby, with a Hull terminus adjacent to the Humber Dock .

From 1845 the Hull and Selby railway company was jointly leased by the York and North Midland Railway , and Manchester and Leeds Railway ; the lease passed to the North Eastern Railway in 1854 who then acquired the company in 1872. Ownership then passed to the London and North Eastern Railway in 1923, and to British Railways in 1948.

As of 2015 the line is in use, and is owned and maintained by Network Rail . It is an important mainline on the UK rail network, and used on rail services out of Hull by Northern , TransPennine Express , Virgin Trains East Coast , and Hull Trains with destinations including Leeds, Doncaster, Sheffield, Goole and London, as well as freight traffic from the Port of Hull .

The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.

Dave Seglins is an investigative journalist whose recent work includes exposés on global ticket scalping, offshore tax avoidance and government surveillance. He covers a range of domestic and international issues, including rail safety, policing, government and corporate corruption.

Canadian Pacific Railway's new CEO says his top priority is to expand business in both Canada and the U.S. but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown with the railway's main union after years of deep cuts and tumultuous change.

CP has undergone a dramatic restructuring since 2012 that has helped boost its net profit from $484 million that year to $1.6 billion last year. But the upheaval has left workers scarred after thousands of layoffs, two strikes and rocky employee-management relations.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire, offering a scenic trip of over 24 miles.

Llangollen Railway Experience rail travel as it used to be. Take a step back in time to the days of steam trains at one of North Wales’ most popular tourist attractions

The Hull and Selby Railway is a railway line between Kingston upon Hull and Selby in the United Kingdom which was authorised by an act of 1836 and opened in 1840.

Exmoor Associates has been set up by a small group as a private limited company to purchase and maintain available land on the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. We are all fully committed to the principle of a fully restored railway between Barnstaple and the coastal town of Lynton & Lynmouth. The primary objective of the company is the purchase of trackbed for phase three between Blackmoor and Barnstaple, to ensure that it will remain available for railway use in the future.

For those that know our company, they may already be familiar with some of the sections we own including Snapper Halt and Collard Bridge. We remain in the process of negotiating for the acquisition of further lengths of trackbed and sections of land at various locations along the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.
 

                                             

                                                               

Churnet Valley Railway (1992) PLC, Kingsley & Froghall Station, Froghall, ST10 2HA
Registered in England & Wales. Company Registration Number : 02760505 Copyright © Churnet Valley Railway 2018

The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.

Dave Seglins is an investigative journalist whose recent work includes exposés on global ticket scalping, offshore tax avoidance and government surveillance. He covers a range of domestic and international issues, including rail safety, policing, government and corporate corruption.

Canadian Pacific Railway's new CEO says his top priority is to expand business in both Canada and the U.S. but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown with the railway's main union after years of deep cuts and tumultuous change.

CP has undergone a dramatic restructuring since 2012 that has helped boost its net profit from $484 million that year to $1.6 billion last year. But the upheaval has left workers scarred after thousands of layoffs, two strikes and rocky employee-management relations.

The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.

Dave Seglins is an investigative journalist whose recent work includes exposés on global ticket scalping, offshore tax avoidance and government surveillance. He covers a range of domestic and international issues, including rail safety, policing, government and corporate corruption.

Canadian Pacific Railway's new CEO says his top priority is to expand business in both Canada and the U.S. but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown with the railway's main union after years of deep cuts and tumultuous change.

CP has undergone a dramatic restructuring since 2012 that has helped boost its net profit from $484 million that year to $1.6 billion last year. But the upheaval has left workers scarred after thousands of layoffs, two strikes and rocky employee-management relations.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire, offering a scenic trip of over 24 miles.

Llangollen Railway Experience rail travel as it used to be. Take a step back in time to the days of steam trains at one of North Wales’ most popular tourist attractions

The Hull and Selby Railway is a railway line between Kingston upon Hull and Selby in the United Kingdom which was authorised by an act of 1836 and opened in 1840.

The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.

Dave Seglins is an investigative journalist whose recent work includes exposés on global ticket scalping, offshore tax avoidance and government surveillance. He covers a range of domestic and international issues, including rail safety, policing, government and corporate corruption.

Canadian Pacific Railway's new CEO says his top priority is to expand business in both Canada and the U.S. but he acknowledges he faces deep employee unhappiness and a potential showdown with the railway's main union after years of deep cuts and tumultuous change.

CP has undergone a dramatic restructuring since 2012 that has helped boost its net profit from $484 million that year to $1.6 billion last year. But the upheaval has left workers scarred after thousands of layoffs, two strikes and rocky employee-management relations.

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway is a volunteer operated heritage railway in Gloucestershire, offering a scenic trip of over 24 miles.

Llangollen Railway Experience rail travel as it used to be. Take a step back in time to the days of steam trains at one of North Wales’ most popular tourist attractions

The Hull and Selby Railway is a railway line between Kingston upon Hull and Selby in the United Kingdom which was authorised by an act of 1836 and opened in 1840.

Exmoor Associates has been set up by a small group as a private limited company to purchase and maintain available land on the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway. We are all fully committed to the principle of a fully restored railway between Barnstaple and the coastal town of Lynton & Lynmouth. The primary objective of the company is the purchase of trackbed for phase three between Blackmoor and Barnstaple, to ensure that it will remain available for railway use in the future.

For those that know our company, they may already be familiar with some of the sections we own including Snapper Halt and Collard Bridge. We remain in the process of negotiating for the acquisition of further lengths of trackbed and sections of land at various locations along the route of the former Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.
 

The David Clarke Railway Trust
The David Clarke Railway Trust (Registered charity number 1104839) is an essential part of the Great Central Railway (GCR) success story. It tirelessly works to attract donations and grants which it can then use to help develop the railway.

From the overhaul of priceless locomotives, the restoration of historic carriages or even the construction of turntables and tearooms, it is transforming the GCR and inspiring future generations - but only with your help! Your support for major David Clarke Railway Trust appeals meant it could purchase the former Loughborough Goods Office, and kick started the restoration of the grade II listed station canopy.

The DCRT works with GCR plc and the membership club - the Friends of the Great Central Main Line, to protect the future of the railway. Thank you for your help.


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