See some of the properties along the proposed route of the Honeybourne Line railway whose occupants would suffer pollution, dust, noise and vibration:
1. Existing dead-end rail track projecting from Stratford Station, under the Alcester Road. Imagine the impact of trains passing on a through route, between the retirement properties on the left and Stratford College on the right.
2. Senior citizens’ flats, right next to where the proposed railway would emerge into Summerton Way from Stratford Town rail station.
3. The scout hut backing onto Summerton Way, near to Stratford College.
4. Houses in St. Martin’s Close, adjoining Summerton Way.
5. Summerton Way with houses on the left and houses, B&B’s, dentist and newsagent on the right.
6. Houses in St. Andrew’s Crescent, alongside Summerton Way.
7. Housing around the roundabout at the end of Summerton Way, viewed from Shottery Road and the site of a proposed rail tunnel.
8. Housing (and cycle path) along Seven Meadows Road.
9. Residences in Sandfield Road, next to Seven Meadows Road.
10. The residential area around Wetherby Way, next to the site of a proposed rail tunnel.
11. A house on the Greenway, at Chambers Halt Crossing.
12. A house on the Greenway, at Wyre Lane Crossing, near Long Marston.
13. Station Road, Long Marston, that would be lifted onto a bridge, with the proposed railway running underneath and then continuing directly alongside the industrial park, whose access could be hampered by the railway.
14. A possible route for the railway around the industrial park, at Station Road, Long Marston.
15. An alternative possible route for the railway around the industrial park, at Station Road, Long Marston.
16. A house on Long Marston Road, backing onto the existing line would suffer from a significant increase in rail traffic if it is turned into a double track route.
17. A farm on Long Marston Road, close to the existing line would also suffer from a significant increase in rail traffic if it is turned into a double track route.
18. New housing right beside the existing railway next to the Broad Marston Road rail bridge, that would suffer increased noise and vibration from the extra rail traffic on a double track line if the project goes ahead.