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    Default Two British cities with more lines between them than anywhere else

    There are now more than one passenger roue between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

    -The long known Glasgow (Queen Street High Level) to Edinburgh.
    -Glasgow (Low level to Edinburgh via Airdrie.
    -Glasgow Central to Edinburgh via Shotts.

    These are separate lines and I reckon must be outstanding between 2 cities here in GB??

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    Oops, passing error there are 5 routes! Not surprised no comments due to jealousy and greatness!

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    So silence admitting Glasgow and Edinburgh are way in front eh?!

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    Just sadly ignored by the envy! Haha.

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    No, ignored by indifference.
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    Hhhm, think you actually may be hotting the proverbial nail on the head John.

    If this had been further south may have got a broad and outstanding notice but Glasgow and Edinburgh? Tut, tut! in a broad sense one would have thought with rail fans they would (many did read my thread) that they would have been so impressed at what is a very outstanding situation here in Gt Britain. Maybe I should just drift into sadness so many reading but saying nothing complimentary about a brilliant and nationally outstanding piece of rail accomplishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjhowie View Post
    Just sadly ignored by the envy! Haha.
    But there are only two cities in Scotland, so no wonder all the lines run between them

    More than two lines seems a bit excessive and frankly, uneconomic.

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    Well southern man (!) we have more than two cities and that we have three separate lines shows progress envious man. Indeed up here north in the kingdom we have had 5 lines re-opened and now a 6th to be done so try and catch up soon. We are sure and steadfast more eh?? The re-start of one of the three after 50 years shows something and electric too.

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