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A Walk Along The Tracks: Britain's Disused Railway Lines
A Walk Along The Tracks: Britain's Disused Railway Lines
Hunter Davies
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In 1942, at the height of the railway age, there were 19,000 miles of track in Britain and 7,000 stations. Now there are only 10,000 miles left and 2,000 stations. But the result is almost 8,000 miles of disused railway lines waiting to be explored. Over the course of a year Hunter Davies walked... Read More

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