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28Oct93 UK: DLR DECISION IMMINENT.

A decision on the Docklands Light Railway extension to Lewisham is about to be announced, environment minister Tony Baldry confirmed this week.But some of the stations on the five-station route will be scrapped to cut costs. Sources say that the £140 million cost is too high to generate private sector interest.Just two stations are certain to be kept, Lewisham and Greenwich, because they interchange with British Rail.Although four contractors were shortlisted to build the line ...

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