New Civil Engineer 17.04.14, commentary by NR, '...there are still longer term issues and the South West and its economy remain vulnerable...We welcome the review looking into a long-term solution to the resilience of the railway network and look forward to more news on this in the autumn.' - fed up with being the ones to be paying compensation ?!
Compensation of up to £16m will be paid to train and freight operators following the destruction of the main railway line at Dawlish in the south-west of England. Network Rail said the money would be paid because services could not run through Dawlish in Devon due to the damage caused by storms. The track, which reopened on 4 April, was damaged in early February. Network Rail said the ...
Maps are only useful to those that have the ability to read.
This is Teignmouth and Dawlish. Teignmouth does have a good range of shops.
I am a little confused by RANGE OF SHOPS in Dawlish.
'With over 30 new businesses' I would be curious to know what they are, Charity shops maybe! Cynical, indeed. Now let's wait for Mrs C to have a go, sigh!
In due course, oh ok thank you, that means I'll be needing to sit in one of them darn hold ups of yours to be getting into Dawlish to pick me one of them ere maps oh well look on the bright side on the way back I'll be siting in your other hold up :-)
Last years maps were available in most shops and cafés in town. It was definitely also available in the TIC and a copy was on display in the wall mounted frame outside of it. I'm sure the same will also apply this year, in due course.
I can't find how to get one tourist information = no Westward Marketing = No eignmouth & Dawlish omunityinterest company site = No
New town centre maps which highlight Teignmouth and Dawlish’s range of shops and businesses are now available. The guides have been produced by Teignmouth and Dawlish Community Interest Company and are aimed at supporting traders in both resorts and encouraging more people to the towns. The 2014 map shows new businesses that have opened in the towns. Between Teignmouth and Dawlish more than ...