£5bn package to enhance GWML

August 2011
Railway Gazette International;Aug2011, Vol. 167 Issue 8, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a 10-year programme launched by British Secretary of State for Transport Philip Hammond to upgrade the Great Western Main Line on July 14, 2011 that would make the route from London to Bristol and Cardiff the most advanced inter-city railway in Great Britain.


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