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UK Map Showing Where New Rail Projects Have Been Proposed

The map to the right is divided into 4 regions, Scotland, Wales, the Midlands and the North of England, and the South of England.  Each region are locations where PPM transport systems have been proposed. Click on each region below to find out where in these regions our systems are proposed.

Click on one of the regions from the list and a larger scale map will be shown, together with places where PPM systems have been proposed.

For information about any of the proposed locations please contact us by e-mail, quoting the location of interest.

Scotland

  1. Aberdeen (ref. Aberdeen Friends of the Earth newsletter, Spring 2004)
  2. Edinburgh (ref. Edinburgh Evening News, 4th February 1998)

Wales

  1. Llandudno (ref. Daily Post, 10th February 2000)
  2. Welsh Highland Railway (demonstrated, 1999)
  3. Welshpool Llanfair (demonstrated, 1995-96)
  4. Swansea (demonstrated, 1994)
  5. Cardiff Bay (ref. Local Transport Today, 23rd March 2006)
  6. Llangefni (ref. Lightweight Suburban Railways, JPM Parry & Associates Ltd, January 2006)
  7. Barry Island (ref. Modern Railways, August 2007)

Midlands and North of England

  1. Newcastle (ref. Local Transport Today, 23rd March 2006)
  2. Oswestry (proposal submitted by Pre Metro Operations Ltd to Shropshire County Council, March 2006)
  3. Bewdley (demonstrated, 2002)
  4. Stourbridge (experimental operation 2005-06, full service to commence 2008)
  5. Amerton
  6. Dudley (ref. Express & Star, 13th September 2002)
  7. Quorn (demonstrated, 2003)
  8. Coventry
  9. Great Yarmouth (ref. Eastern Daily Press, 22nd April 2004)
  10. Isle of Man
  11. Wolverhampton Airport (ref. Stourbridge News, 20th May 2004)
  12. Bedale (demonstration on Wensleydale Railway, 2005)
  13. Dalton-in-Furness (ref. North-West Evening Mail, 18th July 2005)
  14. Alnwick (ref. The Journal, 24th March 2006)
  15. Wirksworth (ref. Heritage Railway, September 2001)
  16. Corby (ref. Lightweight Suburban Railways, JPM Parry & Associates Ltd, January 2006)
  17. Loughborough University (ref. Loughborough Echo, 3rd December 2004)
  18. Brownhills (ref. Express & Star, 26th March 2005)
  19. Scarborough (ref. Tramways & Urban Transit, November 1999)
  20. Northampton (ref. Northampton Chronicle & Echo, 19th May 2006)
  21. Preston (ref. Lancashire Evening Post, 22nd August 2008)

South of England

 

  1. Bristol (passenger operation on harbourside railway, 1998-2000)
  2. Stonehenge
  3. Weymouth (trial operation on harbour tramway, 1997)
  4. Hythe (study by Atkins for Hampshire County Council, 2004)
  5. Bodmin (ref. Lightweight Suburban Railways, JPM Parry & Associates Ltd, January 2006)
  6. St Ives (ref. The West Briton, 11th March 2004)
  7. Tavistock
  8. Dunstable
  9. Wallingford (ref. Lightweight Suburban Railways, JPM Parry & Associates Ltd, January 2006)
  10. Winchcombe (ref. Lightweight Suburban Railways, JPM Parry & Associates Ltd, January 2006)
  11. Gloucester (ref. Tramways & Urban Transit, March 2005)
  12. Brighton (demonstrated, 1994)
  13. Bournemouth & Boscombe (ref. Daily Echo, 4th February 2006)
  14. Banbury (ref. Banbury Guardian, 24th October 2002)
  15. Cheltenham (ref. Gloucestershire Echo, 29th November 2003)
  16. Bourne End – High Wycombe (ref. Bucks Free Press, 27th April 2007)
  17. Bordon-Bentley (ref. Bordon Post, 15th August 2007)
  18. Folkestone Harbour (ref.www.theremembranceline.co.uk)
  19. Ludgershall-Andover (ref. RAIL, 24th February 2010)