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This book provides an insight into the wealth of Lincolnshire’s railway history. Although two companies, the Great Central and the Great Northern, dominated the county’s railways, there were a large number of other companies, some being joint operations and some completely independent.
Published in October 2021 and written by Patrick Bennett, this softcover book comes in the usual Amberley format of around 234 mm x 165 mm with 96 pages and 180 colour and black-and-white-photographs. It has a published price of £15.99 but at the time of writing it can be obtained online from Amberley Publishing at £14.39 and from Amazon for £11.19.
The book has an Introduction and 15 chapters covering: The Midland at Lincoln; The Great Central in North Lincolnshire; The Great Northern Loop Line and Its Branches; Lincoln; The East Coast Main Line; Nottingham to Boston; The East Lincolnshire Railway and Its Branches; Stamford-Essendine-Bourne-Lincoln; Further Developments in North Lincolnshire; The Great Northern & Great Eastern Joint Line; The Midland & Great Northern Joint Line; The Lancashire, Derby & East Coast Railway; light Railways in North Lincolnshire; Lincolnshire’s Other Railways; and Locomotive Depots.
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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