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The 10-hour journey from the northeast coast to the far west of England is characterized by ever-changing landscapes with the endless interest of both rail fans and ordinary travelers. From…

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The 10-hour journey from the northeast coast to the far west of England is characterized by ever-changing landscapes with the endless interest of both rail fans and ordinary travelers. From Tyne Bridges to Durham and York Minster Cathedral, through South Yorkshire Industrial, through the twisted Chesterfield fence to the Derby Railway and Birmingham.

The new street is left underground with its electric trains. The trip takes you to Brunel Bristol and on the banks of Devon to Plymouth before heading to Tamar and rural Cornwall.

On a trip like this, the notes on a two- or three-page rail are filled. This book recovers those days.

In a journey filled with nostalgia, the town and the path of memory, Colin Alexander presents an impressive collection of images and memories that celebrate the diversity of our railway during the 1980s and a variety of locomotives and landscapes.



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