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Windsor - A rail link for the 21st Century

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Windsor - A rail link for the 21st Century An integrated transport plan for the region around Heathrow, Windsor & the Thames Valley

Date and Time

13 May 2014 - 19:30-21:00

Location

High Wycombe, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Buckinghamshire local network.


About this event

The Windsor Link Railway (WLR) is the first wholly privately promoted and funded railway for over 100 years.  The proposal is to link the Great Western and South West Trains franchise areas by building a new rail line in Windsor, Berkshire.  The ultimate goal is to connect these franchise areas to London Heathrow Airport.  The project is described by George Bathurst, the leader of Windsor Link Railway Limited.

George Bathurst founded the Windsor Link Railway in 2009 and has taken the project from an original concept through to a developed idea.  Previously, George worked for Hewlett Packard as Marketing Director for their software business and as a consultant.  He has also worked for Mars UK Limited and his first job was working as a scientist for the Admiralty Research Agency on submarine sonar, frequently going to sea for trials.

Programme

  • Doors open 7 pm
  • Light refreshments
  • Talk starts 7.30 pm
  • Talk finishes 9 pm

Reasons to attend

  • The Windsor Link Railway is a proposed new railway in Windsor connecting the Great Western and South West Trains franchise areas and potentially linking both to London Heathrow Airport 
  • The project is described by George Bathurst, the leader of Windsor Link Railway Limited

Additional information

Doors open at 7 pm with light refreshments available until the talk starts at 7.30 pm

Registration information

Registration is recommended but not essential

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