Rail cargo boost for port

UP to 20,000 lorries a year will be removed from the busy A14 in Suffolk by a new rail cargo service.There were celebrations at the Port of Felixstowe's South Rail Terminal today as the new GB Railfreight service began in response to a growing demand for sending containers by train.

UP to 20,000 lorries a year will be removed from the busy A14 in Suffolk by a new rail cargo service.

There were celebrations at the Port of Felixstowe's South Rail Terminal today as the new GB Railfreight service began in response to a growing demand for sending containers by train.

See tomorrow's Evening Star for full story.

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