Rail workers’ college to open near planned HS2 scheme

A COLLEGE to train people to work on high-speed rail networks opens  later this year — just a few miles from where residents are continued campaign against the HS2 scheme.

The National College for High Speed Rail will open at two bases — one in Doncaster and another in Birmingham — with the first intake of students set to start classes in September.

The 7,200 sq m building at the Lakeside in Doncaster will cater for up to 1,050 students.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/105654/rail-workers-college-to-open-near-planned-hs2-scheme.aspx

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