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Along Lost Lines

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Rich in romance and nostalgia, this book takes the reader on an odyssey around Britain in pursuit of the lost railways. It focuses on the 10,000 miles of lines closed in Britain since the 1950s, bringing to life the story of train travel as it used to be.
Hardcover, 251 pages
Published October 26th 2007 by David & Charles Publishers
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Paul Atterbury is a long-time expert on BBC TV's Antiques Roadshow, and has written on railways, Victorian culture and arts, as well as many other topics.
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