Welcome to Railfuture Scotland

Forth Bridge

Photo: The iconic Forth Bridge - taken from Wikipedia.


ALMOND CHORD CAMPAIGN

Railfuture Scotland is concerned that the line between Linlithgow and Edinburgh Park will close for three months during the Edinburgh-Glasgow Improvement Project in order to allow the Winchburgh tunnel to be enlarged for the installation of the Overhead. This will cause signficant disruption but it could be avoided if the Almond Chord was constructed in advance - it was postponsed in 2012. Click here to see our flier.


Railfuture

Railfuture is the UK's leading independent organisation campaigning for better rail services for passengers and freight. Railfuture is a voluntary group representing rail users, with 20,000 affiliated and individual members. It is not affiliated to or funded by train companies, political parties or trade unions, and uses one-member one-vote democracy.

Railfuture campaigns for cheap and convenient rail services for everyone; better links for buses, bikes and pedestrians; policies to get more heavy lorries on to rail; new lines, stations and freight terminals - a better rail service and a bigger rail system for both passengers and freight. Our volunteer members in branches and around 300 local rail user groups campaign to get stations and lines reopened, and services and facilities improved, for the benefit of the community, economy and environment.

Over the past 50 years we have played a major part in getting over 370 new and reopened stations and over 500 miles of route to join the network. Apply to join our campaign today - click Join Now using your credit/debit card via PayPal.

Railfuture Scotland Campaigns, News and Events

Click here for a list of the main Railfuture Scotland campaigns.

Click here for a list Railfuture Scotland campaign resources.

Click here to read back issues of 'Branch Notes' the Railfuture Scotland newsletter.

Click here for details of conferences and other events organised by Railfuture Scotland.

Working with Railfuture

As well as organising the annual national conference for rail users and user groups, Railfuture works at local and national level with train operators and other stakeholders to secure a better railway. Railfuture makes awards to campaigners from its Fighting Fund to bring about improvements. Awards have been given, for example, for publicity initiatives and feasibility studies.

Join Us - Become a Member

If you would like to join our campaign for a rail future please go to the Join Us page to apply for membership. It is just £21 (concessions available) which provides four all-colour magazines a year plus more. If you have any questions or comments about the work of Railfuture Scotland you can contact us at secretary@railfuturescotland.org.uk. Together we can work towards a Railfuture!

The independent campaign for a better passenger and freight rail network


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About Railfuture

Railfuture is an independent, voluntary group representing rail users in the UK with 20,000 affiliated and individual members. It is not funded by train companies, political parties or trade unions and uses the principle of one-member one-vote democracy.

Railfuture campaigns for cheap and convenient rail services for everyone; better links for buses, bikes and pedestrians; policies to get more heavy lorries on to rail; new lines, stations and freight terminals. In short, a better rail service and a bigger rail system for both passengers and freight.


Railfuture is the campaigning name of the Railway Development Society Ltd.

A not-for-profit Company Limited by Guarantee.

Registered in England and Wales No. 5011634.

Registered Office: 24 Chedworth Place, Tattingstone, Suffolk IP9 2ND.


© Copyright Railfuture 2014.

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