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Telling the story of Bristol area railways over the last 50 years, this publication is lavishly illustrated, including many photos taken by rail employees that give a unique insight to railways around Bristol and the surrounding area.
Included are well-known locations but also railway byways and those serving industrial Avonmouth, now long lost. Also with photographic insights taken at train-care and maintenance depots, industrial plants and within signal boxes in the area; which still exist or have long now disappeared. The book charts the decline and resurrection of railways around Bristol and its surrounding area, coming right up to date with the latest electrification works, coming from Bristol Area re-signalling in 1970.
Featuring relevant extracts of official rail publications including unique archive material and a unique set of maps over each decade recording the changes to the railways around Bristol to give a unique insight and record of railways around the city and surrounding area where rail was and is key to its success.
50 Years of Railways Around Bristol is available to order for only £25.00 from http://www.mortonsbooks.co.uk
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This article first appeared on www.therailwayhub.co.uk
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