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Repeal of the Tunbridge Wells Gas Act 1876

Comment 2nd August 2010

The repeal of the Tunbridge Wells Gas Act 1876 (the "Act") to ensure that the Railway Company (as defined within the Act) has full responsibility for the maintenance and upkeep of Sandhurst Rail Bridge, High Brooms, Tunbridge Wells, Kent.    

Why does this matter?

It is inequitable that a party other than Network Rail Infrastructure Limited should be entitled to pass on the responsibility for, and liabilities associated with, the upkeep and maintenance of a railway bridge.  

This Victorian legislation should be repealed to reflected the actuality of running a 21st century railway network within Great Britain.

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