The start of a privatisation for the N.H.S
Needs more money throwing at it.The whole system is a bloody mess.
Unless cash can be found quickly Dawlish Museum could be forced to close. The museum which is home to the late Bill Millin's famous D-Day bagpipes made a loss of £5,000 last year, bad weather was to blame also the increase of utility and insurance bills. The heating bill for the start of this year is in excess of £2,000. The building is more than 200 years old and in poor condition, if the ...
@ Dawlish News. So the new transport secreatary visit to dawlish recently worked wonders then.About time.
Gather the new departure area at the destination of HS2 will be so big that it will take 20 minutes to exit it...hmm now thats food for thought. Better to spend the money on re opening some closed lines. Work on Tavistock line is fue to start...if only they could link Okehampton there would be an alternative route if the cliffs fall or sea stops services.
HS2 will save 20 minutes on journeys to Birmingham at a cost of 17.4 billon they should scrap the idea and spend the money on what we already have and improve the system track rolling stock etc.
A £30MILLION-plus commitment to protecting the main seafront rail line into South Devon has been made by Network Rail. Patrick Hallgate, western route managing director for Network Rail, revealed the commitment at a meeting of Torbay Business Forum when he gave details of the company's current plans for protecting and enhancing the region's rail network. He pledged to protect the main ...
Thanks, Brazilnut, I'll give it a go.
have you tried first time installation, thats what needs to be done to restore reception and stations
Hmmm, unfortunately, many residents of Brooklands still have no TV reception! I hope they get it sorted soon. Is anyone else still affected?