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26May94 UK: KEY CASTS SHADOW OVER TAMAR CROSSING.

Another shadow was cast over the future of the proposed Tamar Crossing with the announcement by roads minister Robert Key that the project would be subject to further economic studies.The minister said that a section of one of the three routes proposed for the crossing would be protected for planning purposes. But he said that this did not mean the scheme would ultimately go ahead.The crossing over the River Tamar between Plymouth and Cornwall was one of a number of schemes proposed ...

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