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British Railways Past and Present: The North East (No. 4)

by Ken Groundwater

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0947971173, Paperback)

Covering almost every line in the country, this acclaimed series of books juxtaposes photographs of the same railway location separated in time by just a few years, or maybe a century or more. Sometimes the result is dereliction or disappearance, in others a transformation into a modern high-speed railway. In both cases, the contrasts are intriguing and informative. This volume includes: York and the National Railway Museum site; the Settle & Carlisle line from Skipton to Garsdale; the East Coast Main line to Thirsk and Northallerton; Selby and the Selby Coalfield Diversion; and, lines around Harrogate and Knaresborough.

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