In the first part of our London and South East RUS overview, we saw how Network Rail plan to extend some of the trains terminating to the west of London to solve anticipated capacity problems. Here, we first look to the east at a plan which almost mirrors what is proposed in the west, and then we look at a new plan to take advantage of all those trains that under current plans will terminate at Royal Oak – just beyond Paddington – before making their way east again. The original ...
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