Campaigning for a More Prosperous Levenmouth

Levenmouth Rail Campaign

Why Reinstate the Line?

We want to make our local community a more prosperous, healthier and attractive place to live and work. We believe reinstating the rail line to allow direct trains to/from Edinburgh is a vital requirement for this to happen.

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  • December 9th, 2018

In the December issue of The Railway MagazineGraeme Pickering looks at two reopening proposals in Scotland which could again connect  the conurbation of Levenmouth tthe university town of St Andrews…

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Levenmouth residents identify public transport as the issue most in need of improvement

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  • September 26th, 2018

As part of the Strategic Assessment and Local Community Planning process, local people across Fife were asked to consider aspects of the physical and social environment where they live and…

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Levenmouth needs regeneration, Edinburgh needs to manage rapid growth = a rail solution

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  • September 23rd, 2018

Edinburgh City Council Chief Exec, Andy Kerr believes the capital will increase its population by 50% over the next 30 years. “The biggest strategic issue” facing Edinburgh was not attracting…

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Young People for Rail Link

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  • August 25th, 2018

On April 23rd the Levenmouth Rail campaign invited pupils from the local schools and college to mark Scotland’s ‘Year of Young people 2018’ to “Walk the Line”. They were accompanied…

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Edinburgh is thriving, Levenmouth needs a connection

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  • August 16th, 2018

Scotland’s capital is becoming ” a magnet for global investment”  . One of the UK’s largest and most significant regeneration projects, the £1 billion Edinburgh St James development is due…

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None of the current Fife rail reinstatement Campaigns (Leven, St andrews, Alloa-Dunfermline) were recommended for closure in the Beeching Report. Some suggest that the building of the road bridges were somehow a factor in why these lines closed while another branchline (N Berwick - where some Edinburgh elite live) recommended for closure actually remained open.

First, I was unaware of the fact that Dr. Beeching did not include Leven in his report for closure. And yet, the railway went away. Second, just imagine if this line stayed in operation. It would be a built-in way to support tourism and trade along the line that lead to St. Andrews, not to mention the connection to Edinburgh. This is sort of cutting off a nose to spite a face. 1 small railway line was removed to save money, obviously. And the reluctance of the powers that be still refuse to act, waiting instead for endless studies is a poor representation of how the government works. Sad, indeed.

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