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Trains terminating Coburg instead of Gowrie for Level crossing removal

Updated 5th October: with a response from Frank Maguire MP, and response from Level Crossing Removal Authority. Update 9 October with response from Metro Trains re disability access for replacement bus service… 993 more words


Hume Council wants Upfield Bikepath Extension as part of Camp Road level crossing removal

The Upfield bike path, a shared use path that thousands of cyclists and pedestrians use every day, strangely doesn’t go all the way to Upfield. In fact it doesn’t exist, except as a poor dirt track in places beside the railway line, within Hume municipality. 454 more words


Car ignores railway crossing signal, narrowly avoids being destroyed by speeding train

Security camera video from Poland captured the moment a driver’s poor decision to ignore a railway crossing signal nearly resulted in the death of her and the three other passengers in the vehicle. 106 more words


Musings On The West Anglia Main Line

The West Anglia Main Line is the main railway between Liverpool Street station in the City of London and the Scientific Powerhouse of Cambridge via Stansred Airport. 1,833 more words


Upfield rail line needs upgrading during Camp Rd level crossing removal

The state government will be proceeding with the Camp Road level crossing removal commencing later this year, with the crossing removed by early 2018. Now is an ideal time to push for track duplication from Gowrie to Upfield and extension of the Upfield Bike Path to Barry Road. 717 more words


The Level Crossing At Hampden Park Station

I was in Eastbourne today, so I went and had a look at the level crossing at Hampden Park station.

To make sense of the pictures, this is a Google Map of the station. 870 more words


The Train Always Wins

There are upward of 7,500 level crossings in South Africa. No country has the money to replace all of these with road bridges.

We grew up with level crossings and respected them with an acute reverence. 530 more words

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