The Railway Adventures: Places, Trains, People and Stations (Hardback)
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The Railway Adventures: Places, Trains, People and Stations (Hardback)

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Hardback 208 Pages / Published: 16/10/2018
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The railways are one of our finest engineering legacies - a web of routes connecting people to each other and to a vast network of world-class attractions. It is also the best route to enjoying the landscape of Great Britain. Within these pages Vicki Pipe and Geoff Marshall from All the Stations (YouTube transport experts and survivors of a crowd-funded trip to visit all the stations in the UK) help you discover the hidden stories that lie behind branch lines, as well as meeting the people who fix the engines and put the trains to bed. Embark on unknown routes, disembark at unfamiliar stations, explore new places and get to know the communities who keep small stations and remote lines alive.

Publisher: September Publishing
ISBN: 9781910463871
Number of pages: 208
Dimensions: 220 x 170 mm

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“Excellent follow up to the YOuTube series”

Geoff and Vicki are not trainspotters, but they have portrayed Britain's railways in 2017 and 2018 in a fascinating way. The book is well-written, and well illustrated - I feel sure that there is enough material... More

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“Informative and fun!”

I was lucky enough to be sent an advance copy of this book, and I was not disappointed. As a big fan of Geoff and Vicki's 'All the Stations' YouTube series,. I thought I would already know all the... More

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