Friday, January 27, 2012

Railway project could link up tourist attractions

A RAILWAY project, which could eventually see tourist spots along the banks of the River Severn linked up, is going full steam ahead.
Volunteers involved with the Beaver line, which stands for Berkeley Vale Railway, have said they are optimistic about the project’s success now local companies and Stroud MP Neil Carmichael have jumped on board.
It is hoped that eventually the Beaver Line will run from Sharpness, where a new station, restaurant and museum are planned to be built, past Berkeley, where another station will be opened, along the River Severn to Oldbury. Continued

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