Why some rural railways could be getting back on track

Fifty years after some of the country’s rural railways were cut back, the Government is now looking at re-opening some of the old lines, hoping to unlock new housing and support the economy.

Sky’s Mark White travelled the old Waverley line in the Scottish borders, parts of which were successfully reintroduced three years ago.

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