Mind the gap – transport infrastructure |

In late July my local council announced that a new railway station was to be built near Peterlee in County Durham. The station, serving the town of Horden, is estimated to cost £10.55 million with just under half of this money coming from central government. This is a regional example of an infrastructure project and is certainly something that I shall be incorporating into future lessons.       

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