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End of the line for footbridge?

By Natasha Swift 18th October 2017

End of the line for footbridge?
The damaged footbridge at St Austell Railway Station

IT COULD be the end of the line for the county’s only footbridge of its kind which has now been labelled as a “danger” after parts of the roof blew off the structure on Monday. A 14ft by 5ft corrugated sheet was lifted off the Grade II listed footbridge at the railway station at around 11.45am, sparking fears for the stab...

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