Wednesday 3 Jan 2007
BURNTISLAND ROAD BRIDGE SET FOR £3 MILLION REBUILD
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- Scotland’s Railway: Scotland
Notes to editorsWork on Lammerlaws bridge will begin over the Christmas period and be completed by summer 2007 Pedestrian access across the railway will be diverted through the nearby railway underpass for the duration of the work and the current diversion for vehicles (via the east dock) will remain until construction is completed
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