Rail Link

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Airport Rail Link - Future
... Other cities are considering airport rail link services ... Cape Town, South Africa – a R3.5 billion rail link between Cape Town International Airport and Cape Town Station is planned to start construction in 2013 ... by the Edinburgh tram network in 2011 which will link into a new airport railway station on the existing Edinburgh to Aberdeen railway line ...
Channel Tunnel Rail Link - The Project
... As the 1987 Channel Tunnel Act made government funding for a Channel tunnel rail link unlawful, construction did not take place as it was not financially viable ... Construction was delayed until passage of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link Act 1996 which provided construction powers that ran for the following 10 years ... which, unlike all other former British Rail stations, was transferred to LCR/Union Railways in 1996 ...
Proposed Railways In Sydney - Action For Transport 2010, 1998
... The rail projects envisaged were the Airport Line, already under construction at the time and completed in 2000 an extension of the Eastern Suburbs line to Bondi beach, to be completed by 2002 the Parramatta Rail Link ... Airport line and the Epping- Chatswood section of the Parramatta Rail Link) are or will be completed ...
Shawfair Railway Station
... Preceding station National Rail Following station Eskbank First ScotRail Newcraighall Railway stations in Edinburgh Commuter lines █ North Clyde Line • █ Crossrail ...

Famous quotes containing the words link and/or rail:

    This sand seemed to us the connecting link between land and water. It was a kind of water on which you could walk, and you could see the ripple-marks on its surface, produced by the winds, precisely like those at the bottom of a brook or lake. We had read that Mussulmans are permitted by the Koran to perform their ablutions in sand when they cannot get water, a necessary indulgence in Arabia, and we now understand the propriety of this provision.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Old man, it’s four flights up and for what?
    Your room is hardly any bigger than your bed.
    Puffing as you climb, you are a brown woodcut
    stooped over the thin rail and the wornout tread.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)