Railcard is model for industry to follow

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Lothian Country 935 (SN09 CVW), a Wright Eclipse Gemini 2-bodied Volvo B9TL, near Dalmeny railway station in South Queensferry on new route 43 to Edinburgh city centre, with two towers of the Forth Road Bridges visible behind.

In response to Jim Dunning’s comments (You Write, June) regarding rail being subsidised, resulting in buses losing out, and as someone who is affected by Stagecoach’s withdrawal from the Edinburgh-South Queensferry route, I make the following comments now that Lothian Country Buses operates the service, albeit in a different form.

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