Level crossing closed to motorists in Askam
Last updated at 16:03, Monday, 24 March 2014
A LEVEL crossing in Askam is closed to motorists this week while renewal works take place.
Ireleth Road is closed in both directions between the A595 Dalton Road junction and the Duddon Road junction while new equipment is installed.
It is due to be closed until Monday March 31 at 6am.
A way for pedestrians and dismounted cyclists will be maintained during the works.
Alternative routes for drivers will be available via Duke Street, Alexander Place, New Road, Lots Road and A595 Dalton Road.
First published at 10:45, Monday, 24 March 2014
Published by http://www.askamlocal.co.uk
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Never Mind the level crossing, WHEN is that blessed scaffolding going to get sorted thats blocking up Duke St in Askam and preventing Daily Askam Rail Passengers parking anywhere near the Railway Station, It must have been there 4 months now and not a bat struck of work on the building to which its attached.
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