Bexhill Rail Action Group: East Coastway Images

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Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLaughlin, flanked by Amber Rudd MP and Gregory Barker MP at Hastings on 31.3.14. The Minister promised his support for the upgrade of the Marshlink and extension of Javelin services to Hastings and Bexhill.


One of the 313 units introduced on services to Seaford. BRAG would NOT welcome their introduction on services across the East Coastway, due to their lack of toilet facilities and airconditioning compared with modern rolling stock.

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Brighton-bound train arriving at Bexhill from Hastings.

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Special four car diesel formation ready to leave Hastings as part of Community Rail Festival, September 2007.
BRAG are campaigning for four car diesel units to be a regular feature on the Marshlink service.

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Train leaving Bexhill for Brighton.

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A busy time at Cooden Beach station.

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2-car diesel train passing Collington station.

BRAG are campaigning for the diesel trains to be lengthened to four cars.

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Victoria - Ore service at Bo Peep junction.

VICTORIA - ORE SERVICE - BRAG fought successfully to save this service, which provides a lifeline from the area to Gatwick, Croydon and London. Now let's make it faster!.

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End of the Line: Turbostar arrives at Ashford International with a service from Brighton. BRAG would like to see more onward Eurostar connections

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South Coast College under construction adjacent to Hastings station. The 2-car diesel trains are likely to be increasingly overcrowded as a result of students travelling to and from the college. It's imperative that the 2-car units are strengthened to 4-car as soon as possible!

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BRAG's visit to the railway depot at St Leonards, June 2008.