I was looking at the heritage website (which based in the very early days of the web) for the heritage railway http://www.weardale-railway.org.uk/ The timetable (which blind people would not be able to make sense of, as it's an image!) has no mention of Bishop Auckland West. Their PDF leaflet says this is a "planned station" However I have used that station in, if I recall correctly, 2013! Their news page is silent on the matter. So, what happened? and why don't they want us to know about it? Heritage features of the website include: a hit counter use of frames mention of a "site map", which is "to follow" use of images as titles and other content (with no text alternative) references to screen resolutions Some younger members may not remember these as regular features of websites, but will no doubt have been shown examples in ICT lessons How nostalgic!