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Folllowing nationalisation in 1948, British railways closed many branch lines and reduced the number of stations on the network. In January 1978, there were 2,358 and by January 2018 there were 2,560 stations on the network. The object of this book is to record those stations that are re-opened or are new stations to the system. The book gives: locations, facilities, chronology, statistics and passenger usage.
|Publication date:||19th August 2019|
|Author:||Paul Smith, Sally Salmon|
|Publisher:||Pen & Sword Transport an imprint of Pen & Sword Books Ltd|
|Categories:||Trains & railways: general interest, Reference works,|
Paul Smith started writing books in the 1990s, initially about locomotive sheds, but after his wife suffered a serious illness, they started to write books together on the history of motorways, tank depots and football grounds. Since his wife's death Paul has produced books of railways atlases. Sally Salmon is Paul Smith's step daughter and followed in her mother's footsteps working with Paul to compile books. Sally is a keen photographer.More About Paul Smith, Sally Salmon