Refreshed Plans & New Maps

When talking to members of the public during our recent stall at the Aln Valley Railway, it was really useful to point out the route, and the location of our proposal using the SENRUG leaflet, containing their excellent, simplified rail map of the area.

Further to this our plans, as ever, have been in continuous development since we last did a big update, so it was about time for another one! Over the course of the past few weeks, we have been working on our formal development to the landowner, containing sketches of the proposed layout of the site etc. This should hopefully be ready very soon to send away and receive feedback.

For the broader overview however, we needed a ‘short and sweet’ document outlining our ideas and giving our thoughts as to how our proposal works. So incorporating a modified SENRUG map; as well as a slightly more clear version of one of our own, we have produced our new ‘ABTRA Proposal for the Butterwell Branch and Woodhorn Link’, which you can download using the link below from our Jumpshare site.

ABTRA Proposal for the Butterwell Branch and Woodhorn Link – Document Download

We would like to take this opportunity to thank SENRUG for allowing us to display some of their leaflets, as their was great interest expressed from members of the public about their campaign for the Ashington, Blyth and Tyne route. As ever, please visit www.senrug.co.uk for the latest information.

As can be seen above, we have generated some updated maps to make our project a little clearer in the context of the overall ABT scheme. 

Thanks for reading and please don’t forget to take a look at our short ABTRA YouTube video which is at almost at 500 views, thank you to all who have taken a look!

Thanks and ta ta for now, RH.

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