5 Apr 2011

Britain's first high speed line hasn't worked as planned say critics

Britain's first high speed line, to Kent, has actually led to worse services for most passengers. An area supposed to benefit from Britain's first high-speed rail link is failing to reap the predicted rewards - raising concerns over whether the second high speed link from London to Brimingham could also be a let-down.

See article in The Daily Telegraph


  1. (Offtopic) Hi. Do you usually read railway gazette ? if not I thought you would find this interesting

    http://www.railwaygazette.com/index.php?id=44&no_cache=1&tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=13060&cHash=f7bc7259af (If the link doesn't work search for "HSTs are good to 2035")

  2. Link from above