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Diesels in East Yorkshire (Paperback)

Four Decades of Change

Photographic Books Transport > Trains & Railways World History > UK & Ireland > England > Yorkshire & Humberside

By Mike Wedgewood
Imprint: Key Publishing
Pages: 96
Illustrations: 180
ISBN: 9781913870386
Published: 1st July 2022



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This photographic journey illustrates East Yorkshire’s fascinating passenger and freight trains, railway infrastructure, stations and signalling over a 40-year period from the late 1970s. Local knowledge has enabled many unrepeatable workings or interesting visiting locomotives to be captured on film giving a comprehensive record of the many changes that have taken place in the railways of East Yorkshire. The over 180 color photographs, many of which have never been published before, illustrate rail services have grown or declined and the infrastructure of the railways has evolved over 40 years to meet the needs of the modern railway era.

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About Mike Wedgewood

Mike Wedgewood is a retired senior local government officer and a lifelong railway enthusiast. The demands of his job did not allow time for seeking opportunities to publish his work, other than regular contributions, mainly of pictures, to the magazine produced by the Class 37 Locomotive Group. Now that he has more time available, he has enjoyed the freedom to work on his books.

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