Marston Vale Line - Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Apart from a short length of single track at both ends, the line is double track, and is not electrified (barring short lengths at either end). It has a loading gauge of W8 and a line speed of 60 miles per hour (97 km/h). The line's Signalling Centre is at Ridgmont.

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