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Unread 28-09-2013, 23:40   #37
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there would have to be good yield in the first place for the line to lose it. This will make no difference, people still won't use it.

The line is past saving and the local catchment area have had chance after chance to save the line and didn't bother so closure will happen unless the Government was willing to cover the total losses and the chances of this happening would be very slim.
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