An excellent cross between a magazine and a book - a bookazine? - profusely illustrated in colour with a few earlier shots in monochrome. Those of us seeing all the running-down and closure of railways in the sixties can take heart from all the various different ways in which they have since prospered or sprung to life again. Obviously Heritage lines fill a large part of this publication - your favourite one is probably included amongst the articles. Scotland's positive outlook on railways and some surviving freight lines have coverage too. It wasn't just Beeching of course; closures happened before and after him too. Read all about it inside.
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