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    Roger Siviter(Author)

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This title talks about: the lines around Shrewsbury; the North and West route from Shrewsbury to Hereford; branches from Leominster to Kington, Hay-on-Wye, Brecon and Talybont; the route of the 'Cambrian Coast Express'; Machylleth and Dovey Junction; and Coastal lines to Barmouth and Aberystwyth.
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  • PDF | 128 pages
  • Roger Siviter(Author)
  • Past & Present Publishing Ltd; 1st edition (Sept. 1999)
  • English
  • 9
  • Science & Nature

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  • By Leonard Rogers on 14 April 2015

    A fascinating comparison of Worcestershire railways old and new. Particularly interesting if you're familiar with them as they now are but didn't know them in the past, as this reviewer didn't. One caveat - unlike other volumes in the series which I've seen, the author chooses to devote a number of pages at the end to modern-day 'specials' (without past comparisons), both steam- and vintage diesel- hauled.

  • By Cuffleyburgers on 26 August 2013

    This book seeks to compare then and now photos of particular locations in the region given in the title. There are some very nice photos here especially the "then" ones, by and large the "now" ones are rather sad images of desolation and railway retrenchment, and in a few cases completely pointless photos of impenetrable hedges.Still, there is enough there to hold the interest of someone brought up in the region, and I am glad I bought it.

  • By colin on 17 January 2014

    Good value historical treatment of the rise (and in some cases fall) of railways in each UK region. One of an extensive series of similar books covering most of the UK.

  • By al j on 19 March 2016

    Poor quality photos


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