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Marsh Lane Level Crossing Closure

Do you regularly travel via Bishopstone towards Terrick, Wendover and Amersham?

Then you need to know that, due to railway engineering work, the Marsh Lane level crossing will be closed to pedestrians, cyclists and vehicles from 10pm on Friday 18 August 2023 until spring 2024.

The official notification states:

"As part of our work to realign the railway, we need to close Marsh Lane level crossing during the railway closures to allow our engineers and engineering trains safe continuous access to the work site.

After the track realignment work has been completed and the railway reopens in October, upgrades to make Marsh Lane level crossing safer are needed and will take place in 2024.

We understand that this road closure will be extremely disruptive to local people and regret that we need to keep the level crossing closed for such a long period of time. We'll publish a map of the diversionary route on our webpage as soon as it's been finalised."

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