Proposed Railways and Stations @ trundleage.co.uk has been set up to create a single place where you can keep up to date with the various proposals for opening/reopening railway stations and lines across the UK.
How do I keep up to date with updates?
There are three easy methods.
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We have a press release/update/meeting planned. Can we contact you to get it on the website?
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch. All of the posts have the ability to comment against, so I’m more than happy for you to comment against any post. All posts require you to leave your email address and I will be able to contact you for any further details, particularly if there are any time restrictions or current sensitivity with the subject.
You don’t mention a proposal to open a line/station that I am aware of?
I can’t guarantee that I have the full list and I really appreciate any updates, contributions and further comments that you may have. Please don’t hesitate to comment on this post and provide any further information that you may have on a project that you are aware of. I am also available on Twitter.
Why don’t you publish many updates about HS2?
High Speed 2 is a real opportunity for enhancing the rail network but there are other websites that can offer a better understanding of the project as it develops. I am focusing on connections to High Speed 2, which are likely to develop over the next few years as the regions near the route seek to maximise the benefits that this new transport corridor is expected to bring. I have tagged all relevant posts with the HS2 Connections tag.
Your link to a website is broken
It’s frustrating when that happens. If you have any new links for the information, please don’t hesitate to get in touch either by commenting below or Tweeting me
Please stop linking to our site!
I’m sorry if I have caused you any issues. The internet is built on links and this website is not aimed to remove traffic from other sites but to enhance it. Additional links help improve search engine ratings and drive traffic towards your site. If you’re unhappy with being linked to from this site or the use of your site to provide updates on this site, please don’t hesitate to comment. I’m fairly quick to respond although do note that I can be out of the UK and it is difficult to work on foreign WiFi connections. If I don’t respond, try again. Do note that I get a lot of spam and “all capital” responses tend to not be read.
Where does the name come from?
On a thread in a web forum about travelling on trains, a user quipped that anyone travelling on a multiple unit was not getting “haulage” but was getting trundled around the countryside, so they were getting “trundleage”. I personally thought that would be a great domain and website name, so I snapped it up. When I was looking to launch this website, this domain name was not in use and I felt it would cover the topic well as we trundled around the UK picking up news and updates about proposed railway stations and lines.
Why do you have adverts?
I have placed adverts on the website to help support the hosting costs for the website. I have worked hard to try to minimise the impact on the reading experience and apologise for any issues that it may cause. I have included some notes below to help understand what Adsense undertakes. There should be no pop ups provided by this website and I would ask for you to contact me if you experience any whilst browsing this website.
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