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Delisted Cornish footbridge may relocate to Bala Lake

ST AUSTELL’S historic GWR station footbridge may make a 330-mile journey to a new home on the Bala Lake Railway.

The footbridge may be re-erected at the 2ft gauge line’s western terminus of Llanuwchllyn.

While St Austell residents have lost their battle to keep the wooden footbridge in situ in their town, Network

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