Railway plan on track

Published: 23 Jan 2011 12:30

THE future of ambitious plans to transform Windsor and Slough's rail network reached a milestone this week as an engineering company stepped in to assess the proposal's feasibility.

George Bathurst, the man behind the £500m Windsor Link Railway proposal, faces an anxious wait as an engineering company began work on Monday on a 'proof-of-concept'

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