Fedecrail Update 59


Merry Christmas and Happy new Year

Dear member of FEDECRAIL and readers of the FEDECRAIL Update.

Accompanied with Update 59 I wish all a merry Christmas and very successful 2024 for our Heritage Rail world. It will be a year full of challenges like the Elections for European Parliament and the formation of a new European Commission. We will be preceding this by rounding off the progress made in the last few years with current Parliament, Commission and ERA/GRB. Hopefully in a way that it will influence building up positively the necessary new European networks in the last quarter of the year 2024.

It will also ask very much attention and work for all involved in our world, like the platform of working Industrial and Mobile heritage, to play an active role in creating the Cultural Green Deal 2.0, under construction now in the European Heritage Hub and planned to be ready to be presented to the new European Parliament  and the new European Commission. This time we should have a well deserved  firm place in this Cultural Green Deal, as a good starting position manoeuvring in the direction of a promising long term future.

I hope to meet many of you in good health in the coming year and to initiate and work with you for a prosperous 2024. Per example I am looking forward to welcome you from 2 to 5 May 2024 during the conference and AGM in Bilbao.

Jaap Nieweg

President of FEDECRAIL


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