Final plea to save Hackbridge railway bridges

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Final plea to save Hackbridge railway bridges

Campaigners trying to save two Victorian railway bridges from being demolished in south London are making a final plea for the plans to be scrapped. The derelict structures are expected to be knocked down by Network Rail next month. People living in Hackbridge say the paths provide a vital connection through a park - set to see major development.

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