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Unread 25-04-2010, 18:59   #1
Alan French
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Default Mosney

Has anyone any ideas about Mosney? It functions as a centre for asylum-seekers, as far as I know. Locals tell me there is a busy traffic in taxis there, and there are often several people waiting for buses on the main road.

It sounds as if the station should be re-opened, for some trains at least. I don't know if the demand has peaks, or if it is spread throughout the day. If somoeone tells me that there is no capacity on the trains, I will respond that the trains are only full at peak times. Mosney is one of those places that has been "quietly dropped" from the railway system - I think the issue should remain alive. I mentioned it at "Meet the Managers".

What do you think?
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