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In The End of the Woodhead Route: Electric Trains Stop Here, transport historian Stephen Heginbotham takes a fresh look at this famous and much mourned route. Perhaps the most keenly missed stretch of track in the entire country, the possibility of the Woodhead Route being reopened remains an ever present issue when the state of the nation's railways is discussed. Utilising a superb selection of previously unpublished photographs from the camera of Ian Blackburn, the true story behind this iconic part of the British landscape is told.
|Publication date:||15th October 2020|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Trains & railways: general interest,|
Stephen Heginbotham retired after thirty-eight years working in public transport, and was fortunate enough to work in an industry that was both a career and a hobby. Having spent twenty-four years in Cornwall as a Signalman, Signalling Inspector and Mobile Operations Manager he speaks with some authority on the subject of railways and public transport, having compiled previous books on the subject.More About Stephen Heginbotham