Save Our Trains
Direct trains between Inverness and London could be axed under a review of Scotland's rail services.
The futures of both the Highland Chieftain, which provides a daily daytime service, and the overnight Highland Sleeper are being queried in a consultation being carried out by Transport Scotland. Their loss would force passengers to change at Edinburgh.
The Inverness Courier believes that direct rail links between the UK and Highland capitals are not just a matter of convenience. Reliable and fast transport links can make the difference between the success and failure of the Highland economy.
The closing date for the consultation is 20th February 2012 and the outcome will published later in 2012.
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