Sleeping beauty awakes

to carry international freightFROM THE END of next year, up to 15 freight trains a day will begin running across the south of the Netherlands and northern Belgium. The revival of the so-called ’Iron Rhine’ corridor linking Germany’s Ruhr industrial area with the port of Amsterdam follows the signing of ...

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