Beeching Legacy Volume 5 South and South East England
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The Beeching Legacy series provides a regional review of passenger services before and after the implementation of the Report. Volume 5 covers South and South East England. The 1960s saw a rapid reduction in the frequency and number of passenger trains in the area. This trend has fortunately now been reversed and today train services, which Dr Beeching considered redundant, are serving their communities once again. In no other part of the United Kingdom have so many stations, closed as a result of his Report, reopened while four passenger services have been reinstated. Today the future of these railways looks bright with the prospect of further modernisation and the electrification of many of the lines.
|Publication Date||16 May 2016|
|Record last updated||24/12/2018|