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East Anglia voices rail freight concerns

ELEVEN East Anglian MPs and four members of the House of Lords turned up at Great George Street last Wednesday in response to an invitation from the East Anglian Association. They heard Freightliner strategy director Bob Goundry describe the problems of and opportunities for shipping containers by rail from the port of Felixstowe, which handles 40% of all containers in and out of the UK. More than 20% of these travel by rail, nearly 250,000 in all.

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