Work at the Winchburgh tunnel
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Winchburgh tunnel rail works 'on track and on budget'

Engineers are half way through electrification work on one of the main rail tunnels between Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Fears that the closure of the Winchburgh tunnel would cause major disruption for travellers have not materialised.

The track to reopen on Sunday, 26 July.

BBC Scotland transport correspondent David Miller has been to see how work is progressing.

  • 06 Jul 2015
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