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What the papers say - THE TIMES

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US energy secretary Samuel Bodman has urged Americans to switch off lights, turn down air-conditioning and drive more slowly to help curb rising fuel prices following Hurricane Katrina.

Ten 60-year old steam locomotives are being refurbished in Zimbabwe to boost the national railway fleet.

Etruria train station in Stoke-onTrent was shut down last week due to lack of passengers, as part of the Department for Transport's mission to cut the annual rail subsidy by £1.5bn.

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