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Among the many lines that branch all around the East of England, there are some that can be seen diverging from stations that are never used by the train operating companies. These lines head to hidden gems within the East of England known as preserved railways. These provide their own different views and panoramas across the East, and with their range of classic steam and diesel locomotives are a mecca for the railway enthusiast. In this book there are seven preserved railways that can be found in the East of England, all of which vary in length and in featured locomotives. Perfect for both local visitors and those from further afield considering a trip, this is an affectionate tribute to an important part of our national heritage.
|Publication date:||15th November 2020|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
|Categories:||Trains & railways: general interest,|
Adam Head is an East Anglian who has had a keen interest in photography and the railways from a young age. When he isn't working, he can often be found out and about on the railways around East Anglia and other parts of the UK discovering new sights and trains.More About Adam Head