Claims Harry Potter line is being neglected [Press & Journal]

Date: 07/11/2017

Members of the Lochaber Transport Forum believe the West Highland Line gets cast-offs from the rest of the network and have even dubbed it the Cinderella line. They claim that investment in high-speed trains and new stations is happening elsewhere in the region, but very little is being done to the line, which shot to fame thanks to its starring role in the Harry Potter films.

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A transport body has claimed one of the norths best-loved and iconic railway lines has been neglected for decades.

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