The Last Years of West Midlands Steam

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Bringing together around 5,000 square miles of land, the West Midlands region boasted a diverse system of railways. These ranged from the main lines connecting the north and south of Britain to small branches, as well as cross-country routes and local lines. This book records this area in the 1948- 1967 period. The book covers the smaller West Midlands county, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Several cities in the area appear: Birmingham, Coventry, Hereford, Lichfield, Stoke-on-Trent, Wolverhampton and Worcester. There are also a number of large towns too. With lines formerly operated by the London Midland & Scottish Railway and Great Western Railway, many locomotives of these companies are present, alongside the Standard Classes of British Railways. With a rich industrial heritage in the region, a number of privately owned locomotives appear at work on several sites. The West Midlands was a bustling and vibrant place for steam enthusiasts to observe and record.
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Stock Code GN701.0
Running Time Hardback
Author Tuffrey P
ISBN13 9781914227011
Format Hardback
Height(mm) 246
Width(mm) 178
Page Count 160
Pictures 250
Publication Date 11 May 2021
Publication Status Available
Record last updated 13/07/2021