Community Rail in the City

20th May 2015

Wednesday 20th May will see Community Rail Partnerships (CRPs) from across the network once again descending on the great cities of England to take part in the now annual ‘Community Rail in The City’ event.

Co-ordinated by The Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP), these multiple events are being staged at a number of mainline stations and are designed to raise awareness of the great work going on within Community Rail and to promote usage of local and rural lines.

Stations include Leeds, Liverpool Lime Street, Preston, London Kings Cross, London Liverpool Street London Waterloo London Blackfriers, London Paddington and Reading.

Times vary at each location, but Liverpol Lime Street is between 10am and 3pm.

If you are passing by or through any of these stations on 20th May, do come and say hello to the Community Rail team.

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