Bramley Line: Funding effectively secured to transport Victorian railway coach body

16:24 31 January 2013

THROUGH your letters page I would like to thank all those who have offered donations and support for restoring the Victorian railway coach.

Thanks to some very kind donations and offers of help we have now effectively secured the funding to transport the coach body. We are also very grateful to those who have also offered their skills with the restoration.

It has, however, come to our attention that in some of our publicity we made a typographical error which transposed a couple of numbers in the telephone number making it unobtainable.

If you have tried to ring us and not been able to get through we hope you will ring us again on our correct telephone number: 07591 769180, or e-mail us at office@bramleyline.org.uk

We welcome all help offered in restoring this coach and developing the Heritage Railway Centre.

CLLR SIMON KING

Chairman

Bramley Line Heritage Railway Trust

Via e-mail

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