VIDEO: Shadow Transport Secretary visits Calder Valley

The Shadow Transport Secretary visited the upper Calder Valley this morning to meet train passengers and discuss the future of rail travel in the area.

Mary Creagh and Josh Fenton-Glynn, Labour’s Parliamentary candidate for the Calder Valley, spent time at Todmorden Railway Station discussing matters including what could be done to get trains running on the reinstated Todmorden Curve as soon as possible.

From left to right are: Todmorden ward councillor Steve Sweeney,  Josh Fenton-Glynn, Labour parliamentary candidate for Calder Valley, Shadow Transport Secretary Mary Creagh and Labour supporter Ali Miles at Todmorden Railway Station

From left to right are: Todmorden ward councillor Steve Sweeney, Josh Fenton-Glynn, Labour parliamentary candidate for Calder Valley, Shadow Transport Secretary Mary Creagh and Labour supporter Ali Miles at Todmorden Railway Station

Check out this video of the visit.

And pick up a copy of next week’s Todmorden News and Hebden Bridge Times for a full report.