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News Archive > General > Historic railway bridge due to stay in Cornwall

Historic railway bridge due to stay in Cornwall

By Natasha Swift 1st August 2018

Historic railway bridge due to stay in Cornwall

THE ICONIC footbridge at St Austell Railway Station is no longer being moved to Wales.
Network Rail has confirmed that Bala Lake Railway in Gwynedd, North Wales, no longer wants the footbridge, which campaigners have been fighting to save.
Despite protests from the St Austell community, it had been feared that the bridge would be removed from Cornwall altogether...

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By Natasha Swift 1st August 2018

Sandra gandy 1st August 2018 22:26
I think the old bridge at st austell station should go out to heligan gardens or edan as it belongs to Cornwall has done for years
graeme lee 3rd August 2018 21:42
That is good news.
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