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Greenway boost as FF leader doesn't foresee return of railway

Wednesday, 26th July, 2017 9:54am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Greenway boost as FF leader doesn't foresee return of railway

The FF leader doesn't see the line re-opening.

Greenway boost as FF leader doesn't foresee return of railway

The FF leader doesn't see the line re-opening.

PLANS to develop a greenway between Tuam and Athenry have been endorsed by Fianna Fail leader Micheál Martin.

During a visit to the region last week the Opposition leader described the project as a no brainer and said he couldn’t envisage the return of railway services on the line, given the lack of a strong economic case to support this.

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