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The Railways (Interoperability) Regulations 2006

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Regulation 2(3)

SCHEDULE 11HIGH-SPEED RAIL SYSTEM

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The lines that in the United Kingdom form part of the trans-European high-speed rail system are—

(a)the part of the Channel Tunnel railway line passing through the Channel Tunnel system;

(b)the Channel Tunnel Rail Link from London St Pancras station to Cheriton;

(c)London Euston station to Glasgow Central station, via Nuneaton, Stafford, Crewe, Preston, Penrith, Carstairs and Polmadie;

(d)Colwich Junction to Stone station;

(e)Norton Bridge to Manchester Piccadilly station via Macclesfield;

(f)Crewe station to Stockport station via Wilmslow;

(g)Weaver Junction to Liverpool Lime Street station via Runcorn;

(h)Carstairs South Junction to Edinburgh Waverley station via Cobbinshaw Summit and Haymarket;

(i)London King’s Cross station to Edinburgh Waverley station via Peterborough, Doncaster, York and Newcastle;

(j)London Paddington station to Cardiff Central station via Badminton;

(k)Wootton Bassett Junction to Bristol Temple Meads station via Bath; and

(l)Stoke Gifford Junction to Bristol Temple Meads station via Filton Abbey Wood.

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