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Well Skelmersdale certainly isn't going to be part of this funding
Let's not forget that this is Liverpool City Region funding, of which Skelmersdale is not part.
What...and miss all the pies?
It probably doesn't help that West Lancs isn't part of Liverpool City Region but I'm not sure that would be possible if you aren't a unitary...
Does that happen though? I thought that the links had grown stronger with Wigan and Ormskirk rather than Liverpool? (which is a right pig on the bus?
I'm not sure Skelmersdale will ever happen. It requires Lancashire to show real interest and their priorities seem to lie elsewhere. Not really...
But is much of this relevant in the context of a mile or two of Merseyrail?
I'm sure the preferred approach from Liverpool will be scr*w them...
Claughton Village in Birkenhead is pronounced Claw-ton.
Blackpool North v Blackpool South
Wrexham General v Wrexham Central
Colchester v Colchester Town
Not absolutely sure but Conway Street is probably named after the town in Wales (Anglicized), given it's only about 10 miles from the Welsh border.
Not sure if this is better than free parking!
In which case Birkenhead and the Wirral in Cheshire, thank you very much.
FWIW When I rode it I did exactly what you are proposing.
Much better than Peartree!
Humphrey Park. Opened 1984, neglected by PTE, served by Northern (loosely)
it looks like passenger numbers haven't always risen fastly enough to warrant the increase in frequency (or longer trains) that Northern has...
Well if we compare it with the Windermere branch, for example, it appears to offer twice as frequent a service with trains that are twice as long...
I would love to see a bespoke Profit and Loss account for the Lymington branch.
But when Light Rail/trams are also included-broadly comparable in usability with Newcastle, Manchester, Glasgow.