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Letter: Away days.

Byline: John Coran

WITH 28mcars on UK roads,plus a large number of vans and lor-ries,buses and coaches,motoring is no longer a pleasure. By con-trast,off-peak rail travel is usually a pleasant experience.So,perhaps, your newspaper might run a series on nice places to visit by rail, say for the single woman or pensioner. Within Merseyside,I suggest: Port Sunlight -for the Lady Lever Art Gallery; Hamilton Square-to view the Victorian Squareand for the Liverpool Ferry; Formby/ Freshfield -for the beac hand red squirrel reserve,or St Helens Central -for the World of Glass etc.

Farther afield: Grange-overSands,Windermere,Llandudno, etc,are all possible on a ``day return'' basis for someone with a little spirit of adventure.

John Coran,Liverpool
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Sep 4, 2003
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