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Steaming Across Britain
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This nostalgic book looks back to the glorious final years of steam on the British railways in the 1950s and 1960s. Featuring 33 routes covering the entire country, this guide is a fascinating combination of meticulously researched railway history and more than 350 rarely–seen images from Britain's leading railway photographers.
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