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Last edited 17 Dec 2018
Construction sidings are sites with connections to the National Rail network to allow excavated materials to either join the rail network from the Proposed Scheme construction areas, or to leave the rail network to enter the construction areas. Facilities at construction sidings will include offices and rail sidings to provide for the loading or unloading of construction material from rail wagons.
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