How this train could cost you £220m a year
The UK Government is under fresh pressure to extend its high speed rail plans to Scotland after a leaked report revealed it could cost the north-east economy hundreds of millions of pounds.
But extending the HS2 scheme to Aberdeen could cost an extra £10billion, according to a report seen by the Press and Journal.
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray would be more than £220million a year worse off under the controversial project, which will put faster trains on routes between London Euston and the Midlands, north-west England and West Yorkshire.
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