Heritage Railway

Heritage railways deserve investment

WASTE, expense or investment – three words that all amount to the same thing but which place a very different emphasis on it.

In all three cases exchange of money (or, occasionally value) is the principal governing factor and, for many people, the demarcation between them is a very fine and often indiscernible line.

This is nowhere more evident than in the

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