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The Lea Valley Lines

Discussion in 'Suggestions' started by budtheweiser, May 24, 2020.

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Lea valley lines

Poll closed May 27, 2020.
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  1. budtheweiser

    budtheweiser Active Member

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    the Lea valley lines is 24 miles long in total runs from to the areas of east London and north London and the route has 2 tunnels Queens Rd tunnel 437 yards long Clapton tunnel 284 yards long the route is a great route in greater London
     
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    budtheweiser Active Member

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    Great route part of the transport for London on the London Overground network I know DTG has the license with TFL
     
  3. AirbourneAlex

    AirbourneAlex Well-Known Member

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    I've said this before but if someone makes the West Anglia Main Line, then the Lea Valley Lines could come afterwards, like Chatham Main & Medway Valley lines. Probably too much route to make in one go. Also I don't think DTG has access to the Greater Anglia license (based upon the GEML and Class 90 being released unbranded) so that itself is a hurdle to overcome first.
     

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