Chandler's Ford re-opens

June 2003
Rail Business Intelligence;6/5/2003, Issue 199, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that passenger services were restored to Chandler's Ford on the Eastleigh-Romsey route in England on May 18, 2003. Information on the reopened station; Fund provided by the Strategic Rail Authority of Great Britain for the service.


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