The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (Hardback)
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This fantastic guide traces the history of, arguably, the most popular heritage railway in Britain from the origins of the line in the 1830s through the good, bad and controversial times, up to the present day.
Every year since 1973, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) has transported hundreds of thousands of visitors in preserved steam and diesel-hauled trains between Pickering and Grosmont through an ancient landscape of unmatched beauty. When those trains started to run regularly to and from Whitby in 2007, it revived a service started by the Whitby & Pickering Railway Company back in 1836.
The history of the NYMR is a fascinating one that will do well to be remembered. This book explores the journey, development and changes of the NYMR and is a fantastic guide to how the railway industry has changed over time.
The author does a first class job of capturing the essence of the line, paying tribute to all those involved, and there are many great images included of the line in its North Eastern Railway and BR Periods alongside the variety offered by today's magnificent NYMR.Best of British, December 2017 - reviewed by David Brown
A work of cultural interest enlivened with a chosen collection of photographs.José Manuél Rico Cortés (Mister JM) - Miniaturas JM
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The Great Central Railway (Hardback)
This compelling book centres on the Great Central Railways early history, focusing particularly on its drive to reach London. It follows the subsequent fortunes of the London Extension right up until its closure, and into the preservation era, examining the remarkable achievements of hundreds of enthusiasts and their continuing struggle to fulfil the aspirations of those 1969 visionaries. In 1899 the Great Central Railway opened a new main line between Nottinghamshire and London. It was built to the highest of standards; civil and mechanical engineers able to benefit from the experience of over…By Michael Vanns
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