Abbey Line

The Abbey Line (or St Albans Abbey Branch Line) is a railway line from Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey railway station. The 6.5-mile (10.5 km) route passes through town and countryside. The service is sometimes referred to locally as the Abbey Flyer.

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Rail Ale Trail - Other Trails in The UK - Abbey Line
... A collection of 16 pubs in St Albans, Bricket Wood, Park Street and Watford, Hertfordshire ... Participants are encouraged to collect a stamp from each of the pubs, with the reward for doing so a specially designed Rail Ale T-shirt showing the Abbey Line Rail Ale Trail logo ...
Watford Junction Railway Station - Future Developments - Abbey Line Tram
... plan for Hertfordshire County Council to lease the Abbey Line from Network Rail and for the line to be operated using tram-train vehicles ... Should the plan proceed, light rail services would run from Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey from 2011 ... The line might be extended into St Albans city centre with on-street running, possibly as far as St Albans City railway station, and the possible re-i ...
Abbey Line - The Future
... Since 1995 the Abbey Flyer Users Group (ABFLY) has been campaigning to secure the future of the line and encourage its growth ... The Abbey Line was designated by the Strategic Rail Authority as a community rail line in July 2005, one of seven pilots under the Community Rail Development Strategy ... services which extended out of Greater London, including the St Albans branch line ...

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