British Transport Police have announced that they are investigating an incident on the railway line in West Yorkshire.
On Tuesday 29 June, just before 7 p.m., blocks were placed on the train tracks in Leeds near Redcote Lane.
British Transport Police said information had also come out of a group of people standing on the railway line at the same location on Saturday July 3.
These rocks could have caused damage to trains and other railway equipment, as well as endangering the lives of passengers and railway employees.
If you believe you have any information that may assist UK Transport Police officers in their investigation of this West Yorkshire incident, you should contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 citing reference 499 of 06/29/21.
You can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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Opening of a fire prevention strip at the edge of the railway GENERAL DIRECTORATE FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF TURKISH STATE RAILWAYS (TCDD) 7. REGIONAL DIRECTORATE DIRECTORATE OF PURCHASING AND STOCK CONTROL
The service contracts for the opening of fire-fighting bands at the edge of the railway at various locations in zones 71, 74 and 75 of the Directions of railway maintenance will be the subject of an open call for tenders in accordance with Article 4734 of Law No. 19 on Public Procurement, and bids will be received only via EKAP in an electronic environment. Detailed information about the auction can be found below: HRN: 2021/349604 1 of the administration a) Name: DIRECTORATE GENERAL FOR THE EXPLOITATION OF RAILWAYS (TCDD) 7. REGIONAL DIRECTORATE DIRECTORATE OF PURCHASING AND STOCK CONTROL b) Address: Aliçetinkaya Mah. Silo Yolu Cad. No: 2/1 03030 GAR AFYONKARAHİSAR MERKEZ / AFYONKARAHİSAR c) Telephone and fax number: 2722137621 – 2722141943 ç) Web page where the tender document can be viewed and downloaded using electronic signature: https://ekap.kik.gov.tr/EKAP/
2-Purpose of purchasing services a) Name: Opening of a fire-fighting strip at the edge of the railway tracks at various locations in zones 71, 74 and 75 of the Rail Maintenance Departments b) Quality, type and quantity: It will be built on an area of 71 decares for 74 days in the 75, 60 and 632.82 Railway Maintenance Departments (details are entered in the list of sites). Detailed information can be obtained from the administrative specifications contained in the tender document in EKAP. c) The place where it will be manufactured / delivered: It will be built on the railway side at the locations specified in the specifications in the 7th Regional Directorate, zone 71, 74 and 75 Rail Maintenance Departments. ç) Duration / date of delivery: 60 (sixty) days from the date of the start of the works d) Work start date: Within 10 days of the contract signing date, work must begin.
3 the offer a) Date and time of the call for tenders (deadline for submission): 07.07.2021 – 10:30 b) The meeting place of the tender committee (the address where electronic tenders will be opened): TCDD. 7. Tender Commission of the Regional Directorate of Goods and Services Procurement – GAR / AFYONKARAHİSAR
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Plymouth is home to many old and abandoned train lines and railway related artefacts.
Some have been deleted and are now used as pleasant Cycle paths, some are abandoned and overgrown. The one that runs through the heart of the city is widely considered “abandoned” – but in fact, it still functions to this day.
The train was once one of the main modes of transport and the lines crisscrossed Plymouth all over the world.
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Railways and streetcars were in place throughout the city allowing people to travel from A to Bbut also allow goods to come and go from warehouses and fishing industries through the port.
Such a line still exists, in plain sight, skirting Tothill Park and separating Lipson from Prince Rock with hundreds of meters of metal, Plymouth Live reports.
The line once departed from Plymouth Friary Station, which is now demolished and better known as the White Friars Court and Friary Retail Park housing estate – you can still see the old pillars at the entrance today.
Despite the line leading nowhere and the track ending on the east side of the Tothill Road Bridge, in recent weeks shocked residents have been taken aback when they saw a moving locomotive.
Scroll through the images below to learn more about Plymouth’s rail history and why locals claimed to have seen a ‘ghost train’ on one of the town’s ‘abandoned’ tracks.