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Dawlish railway repairs filmed by drone

4 April 2014 Last updated at 01:54 BST

An aerial view of Dawlish in Devon where the railway is being reopened after storms wrecked the track in February has been released by Network Rail.

Nearly 5,000 tonnes of concrete and 150 tonnes of steel have been used in the repairs at a cost of £35m.

Damage to the track has left Cornwall and much of Devon without a rail link to the rest of the UK for the past two months.

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