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Unread 29-01-2012, 17:54   #4
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dowlingm: that link to WOT produced the following gem:
North West on Track
Our aim is to get the Government of Ireland to realistically assess the cost of building a modern, mainline railway from Sligo to Letterkenny and then on to Derry, and to get European structural money to pay for it (alongside support from the private sector). We are also keen in reopening something akin to the old Derry Road (a great old mainline railway) which ran from Portadown to Derry via Cookstown, Dungannon, Omagh, Newtownstewart, Sion Mills, Strabane and St. Johnstown (in Éire) and ended at Derry. Possibly the Sligo-Derry loopline could merge with the Derry Road at Strabane.


Dreamers? Fantasists? One thing is sure: these people are totally impervious to any rational argument.
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