Tunnel freight still crippled

INTERNATIONAL rail freight between Britain and continental Europe is ebbing away as a result of severe restrictions on use of the Channel Tunnel (RG 12.01 p812). These became necessary because large numbers of illegal immigrants were boarding trains waiting to depart from Fréthun yard near the Tunnel portal. Combined Transport ...

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