This week we're looking back at the cuts that Dr Richard Beeching made to Britain's rail network fifty years ago.
He recommended over two thousand stations should go, along with five thousand miles of the rail network.
Natalie Gray has been at the East Anglian Railways Museum at Wakes Colne near Colchester to find out more.
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