Railfuture, formerly the Railway Development Society, describes itself as the UK's leading independent organisation campaigning for better rail services for both passengers and freight, with more than 3,000 members across the country.
What does RDS stand for?
RDS stands for Railway Development Society (UK)
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This investment is a great improvement for the station at Alnmouth, and we hope it will be a springboard for further developments and increased connectivity," said Martin Murphy, chairman of the North-East branch of railway development society Railfuture and a member of the Alnmouth Rail Users Group.
Branch chairman of the Railway Development Society North East, Martin Murphy, said: "We need the long distance connections from London.
Railway Development Society (Scotland) spokesman Ken Sutherland said: "It's nothing more than an endless recycling of previously announced schemes.
The Railway Development Society is circulating hundreds of leaflets to rail users, inviting support and comments as it pushes for four new stations linking Nuneaton and Tamworth with Birmingham.
Ken Russell of the Railway Development Society said: 'I hope these are just minor problems which can be ironed out.
Since it was formed in 1970, as the Railway Development Society, Railfuture has played a part in delivering 300 new or re-opened stations across the country.
The Railway Development Society, representing rail users, said low train fares would compensate for the lack of creature comforts people enjoyed in their cars.