£9.95

Author:   Keith Fenwick, N. Sinclair & R. Ardern

Published:   2010
Edition:   Paperback
Pages:   60
Condition:   New
Genre:   London Midland & Scottish (LMS)

Status:   In Stock

Synopsis

Lost Stations on the Far North Line by Keith Fenwick, Neil Sinclair and Richard Ardern, examines the impact of the railway closures north of Inverness in 1960.

Published to mark the 50th anniversary of the closure of a number of stations on the Far North line together with the Dornoch and Fortrose branches, this book draws on the memories of some of those who knew the line in the 1950s. It shows how the line was used in the 1950s and describes the impact of the closure.

The book is well illustrated with views from the 1950s.

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