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What about the rest of the South East ?,
This review is from: The Telegraph Guide to Commuterland (Paperback)
This book is great in principle but it is not as comprehensive as I would have expected.
Sure, its descripion boasts that it covers over 1200 towns - and it does - but it is limited by towns that are served by trains into Liverpool St, Paddington, Euston and Victoria. Stations such as London Bridge, Cannot Street and Blackfriars are forgotten and four out of five of the areas that we are considering moving to - all recognised as being great commuter towns and villages (in Kent) don't even get a mention.
Great idea but let down by incomplete execution.