A rail chord could be built in Medway, Kent, as part of a plan for a passenger service to a new town. The track could also enable some freight traffic to bypass lines in south London.
The chord would connect the freight-only branch serving the Isle of Grain on the Hoo Peninsula with the Gravesend-Strood line at Higham, enabling trains to access the branch from the east. Currently, the branch can only be accessed from the west via Hoo Junction.
Medway Council wants to introduce a passenger...+83% more
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