Gloucestershire's Lost Railways, by Peter Dale
Published by Stenlake in 2002, 48 pages. Rectangular Paperback - 17cm by 24cm (N5006P2)
Brand New Book
This collection of fifty-two photographs recalls the days when the people of Gloucestershire benefitted from a thriving railway network. Most of it is gone now, but all the facts and figures are preserved here as well as views of long-forgotten stations such as Toddington, Longhope, Coleford, Severn Bridge, Dursley, Chalford, Downfield Crossing and many others. Also included are two rare views of the county's best-known station - Adlestrop - as it must have looked when Edward Thomas passed through and wrote his famous poem.
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