Work starts on High Speed Rail College

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Today's Ground Breaking Ceremony marks the official start of construction

The National College for High Speed Rail took a major step forward today as construction officially began at Doncaster’s Lakeside.

A breaking ground ceremony launched the official start of construction work and the college, which will provide Britain’s workforce with the training required to build HS2, is on track to open in September 2017.

The college will equip thousands of students with the highly technical engineering skills required to build, operate and maintain a railway, including a strong emphasis on practical and virtual learning.

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