A direct railway line leads from Lichfield to Burton and Derby but has no regular passenger trains, being used as a freight and diversionary route.
(Passenger services which had run since the 1840s—it was Lichfield’s first railway—were a victim of the Beeching cuts in the 1960s.)
We now believe that it is time to restart this service.
Some good news !
After many years of campaigning by the Group, we are at last on the list for provision of step-free access between the three platforms at Lichfield Trent Valley, at the expense of the Department for Transport. (Other stations also blessed include Kidsgrove, Warwick and Market Harborough.)
We have offered our input to London… more
Annual General Meeting
The 2014 AGM will take place in the Ashmole Room at Lichfield Guildhall at 19.30 on Monday 10th March.
The Chairman, Vice-Chairman and Secretary (David Dixon, Tony Wiggall and Ian Jackson) are willing to serve for a further year; Treasurer Richard Patching is standing down after 25 or so years, and John Adams has offered… more