Comment on: Urban Regeneration – Reusing Railway Infrastructure by David Winter

Previously I discusses Voca Han’s post where she touches the topic of urban cultural regeneration. On an example of Baltimore I proved that cultural regeneration is a process that follows post-industrial waterfront regeneration in many cases. Another interesting topic which is also a form of post-industrial regeneration is the reusing dismissed railway network. There are…
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Urban Regeneration – Reusing Railway Infrastructure

At its peak in 1928, the length of the UK’s national railway infrastructure (the route controlled by Railtrack or its successor, National Rail) was 20235 miles. Today the length is less than half of that, standing at 9817 miles with the decline being due to the rise of the car for personal travel and lorries…
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