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Meeting to discuss campaign for new railway station

The Conservative MP for York Outer Julian Sturdy will be meet with residents from Haxby and Wigginton to discuss with them their campaign for a train station in Haxby.

The meeting is part of an ongoing campaign to open a new station in the village, on the Scarborough Line, so that local residents have a fast, direct service into York and vehicle congestion in the area is reduced.

The village has been without railway links since the 1930s, when the old Haxby Railway Station was closed.


Cameras installed on Metro crossing

Level-crossing on the Tyne & Wear Metro Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

Safety cameras have been installed on level-crossings to catch drivers who are risking their lives by going through red lights.

The cameras at Kingston Park and Bank Foot Metro stations will capture a vehicle's number plate if it passes through when the warning lights are flashing.

Train damaged as wooden pallet is thrown from bridge

Train hit by wooden pallet which was thrown from a bridge Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

An investigation is underway after a train driver had a lucky escape when a wooden pallet was thrown from a bridge.

It happened near Ferryhill Junction in County Durham.

The train's windscreen was smashed in the incident.

There is a £5,000 reward for information leading to a conviction.

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