Tuesday 14 Jan 2003

NORTH LONDON LINE HAS CLEANED UP ITS ACT

Route:
London North Eastern & East Midlands
You are invited to attend the launch of the North London Line litter-free campaign. Date: 14 January 2003 Time: 11.00 for 11.15 photograph opportunity Location: Camden Road Station, west bound platform Photo opportunity: A campaign banner will be uniquely unveiled by children from a local school.  Attendees: Local Councillors will join Jon Wiseman, Network Rail, general manager to launch the North London Line litter-free poster campaign. Please show this invitation to the station staff and you will be let through the ticket barriers. Refreshments will be provided after the event. Please confirm your attendance with the Railtrack Eastern Region press office on 020 7904 4043

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