Green light for Railtrack line

May 1998
Marketing Event;May98, p4
Reports on the approval of Railtrack's proposal to extend its West London overland line by Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea councils. Details on the financing of the project; Reaction from Earls Court Olympia.


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