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August 13, 2019 5:00 PM
Originally published by Scottish Liberal Democrats

North East Fife's MSP Willie Rennie has welcomed the news that the Railway to Levenmouth is to be reopened after 50 years.

Commenting Willie Rennie said:

"Grit, charm and bloody mindedness has won the campaign to bring back the railway to Levenmouth.

"The Levenmouth Rail Campaign, with the staunch support of local people, has persuaded the authorities that there would be a powerful economic, social and environmental benefit with the reopening of the line. I'm delighted with this progress. Let's get it built now."

Wendy Chamberlain, local campaigner and prospective parliamentary candidate for North East Fife, added:

"The railway will bring jobs and a better quality of life for people in Levenmouth and the east of Fife. I'm very pleased that this significant progress has been made."