railway property definition

railway property means any railway belonging to Network Rail and—
railway property means any railway belonging to Network Rail Infrastructure Limited and—

More Definitions of railway property

railway property means any railway of Railtrack, and any works, apparatus and equipment of Railtrack connected therewith and includes any lands held or used by Railtrack for the purposes of such railway or works, apparatus and equipment; and
railway property means any railway of the Railways Board, and any works connected with any such railway for the maintenance or operation of which the Railways Board are responsible, and includes any land held or used by the Railways Board for the purposes of any such railway or works;
railway property means any railway belonging to Network Rail and-
railway property means any railway belonging to Network Rail and any station, land, works, apparatus and equipment belonging to Network Rail connected therewith and includes any land easement or other property interest held or used by Network Rail for the purposes of such railway or works, apparatus or equipment; and
railway property. " means any railway belonging to Network Rail and— -
railway property means any railway belonging to Network Rail and any station, land, works, apparatus or equipment belonging to Network Rail or connected therewith and includes any easement or other property interest held or used by Network Rail for the purposes of such railway or works, apparatus or equipment but does not include any part of the railway known as the North London Line lying between the southern boundary of Stratford Regional station and North Woolwich station and any related stations, land, works, apparatus, equipment, easement and other property interest (except any railway property at West Ham or elsewhere on the North London Line relating to the London, Tilbury and Southend railway and any other railway property which at the time of construction of any specified work is known to exist and is required to be retained by Network Rail);