£4.50

Author:   Peter Harding

Published:   2010, revised
Edition:   Paperback
Pages:   32
Condition:   New
Genre:   Peter A. Harding Collection

Status:   In Stock

Synopsis

The Bordon Light Railway by Peter Harding. The Bordon Light Railway in Hampshire was primarily used to connect the local army camp and neighbouring villages with the main line.  The short line opened in 1905 and closed in 1966.

Peter Harding examines all aspects of this railway.

Peter A. Harding has been writing and publishing his booklets since 1982 when the first edition of the Hawkhurst Branch Line was published. This title was meant to be a one off, but owing to demand he has now produced and published twenty five books in his series. The majority of the titles have since been updated and re-published as second editions, with the Hawkhurst Branch Line updated three times.

Enthusiasts of Southern branch lines and light railways have long been well served by Peter Harding’s excellent series of booklets. Each title is well researched by Peter and illustrated with images and personal drawings, making this series popular with rail enthusiasts and those interested in local history. Peter has previously mentioned that he has a tendency to focus on obscure lines which are often overlooked by other writers, such as the Hellingly Hospital Railway, making sure that such abandoned lines are not forgotten.