Alfie's Lost Dogs

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Title: RAILTRACK and Highways agency
Post by: K9 on March 22, 2008, 12:49:14 PM
Railtrack Helpline - the people who clear the track will be able to give a description of any dog killed which may help people who have lost dogs to find out what happened to them. The phone number is 08457 114 141. All dogs found are supposed to be logged but if you fail to get any joy from this number, don't hesitate to speak to the 'local' linesman in the area you think the dog went missing


Highways Agency: replaced by highways England Highways England
National Traffic Operations Centre
3 Ridgeway
Quinton Business Park
Birmingham
B32 1AF

Phone: 0300 123 5000

Email: info@highwaysengland.co.uk

Web: www.gov.uk/highways









Or call 0300 123 5000 or 0121 335 8300 (open 24 hrs)

There is lots of useful info on the above website, you can get a map of all motorways.[/color]

. The Highways Agency is responsible for the maintenance of the motorway network and major trunk roads in England . All minor roads fall under the jurisdiction of the local authority and their highways department.

NETWORK RAIL

08457 114141

You need to give Area (line if known) or nearest station. dogs details and date
Title: Re: RAILTRACK and Highways agency
Post by: K9 on October 24, 2012, 01:47:07 PM
This is a link to the Highways Agency Area Map, if your pet goes missing you can contact all of them and ask if they have collected any deceased animals
http://assets.highways.gov.uk/our-road-network/our-network/NetworkManagement_SEPT.pdf
assets.highways.gov.uk