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Edginswell railway station

 

Edginswell railway station

Edginswell railway station is a proposed station in the Edginswell area of Torquay, Devon. The station would be located on the Riviera Line between Newton Abbot and Torre stations. Edginswell will be the location of employment and housing development and the new station will support this development.[1] The station would also serve Torbay Hospital, The Willows retail park and the Torquay Gateway development area.

Plans for the station are being developed by Network Rail and Devon County Council[2][3] as part of the "Devon Metro" proposal.

References

  1. ^ Heart of the South West Local Transport Board http://www.heartofswlep.co.uks/default/files/DCC-TC%20-%20Marsh%20Barton%20and%20Edginswell%20Stations%20-%20Publication%20Version.pdf
  2. ^ Devon County Council http://www.devon.gov.uk/index/transportroads/public_transport/rail.htm
  3. ^ Torquay Herald Express http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/pound-30million-pledge-protect-main-seafront-rail/story-19193242-detail/story.html

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