Lost Railways of East Sussex, by Marie Panter
Published by Stenlake in 2013, 56 pages. Rectangular Paperback - 17cm by 24cm (N4759P2)
Brand New Book
This book is a fascinating collection of around 50 black and white photographs showing the railways of East Sussex in decades gone by, providing a fascinating pictorial record of the Sussex railway lines that have long since dissapeared. The book is packed with over 50 black and white photographs showing the long lost stations and their trains which were once the lifeline of communities.
The photographs show the steam locomotives, stations and platforms, and tracks and sidings of the lines in East Sussex, and sections include: Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway, Crowhurst - Bexhill West, the Dyke Railway, Kemp Town Branch, Lewes - East Grinstead, Lewes - Uckfield, Polegate - Hailsham - Eridge the Cuckoo Line, Hellingly - Hellingley Hospital, Rother Valley Railway, Rye and Camber Tramway, Three Bridges - Tunbridge Wells West, and Stations closed on lines still open to passengers
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