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Railway Walks: LNER By Jeff Vinter

Railway Walks: LNER
by Jeff Vinter

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Written by consultant for BBC's 'Railway Walks' series - the perfect guide to accompany the railway rambler
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Railway Walks: LNER: From East Anglia to the Durham Moors by Jeff Vinter

In Railway Walks: LNER, Jeff Vinter, previous Chairman of Railway Ramblers and consultant on the BBC's 'Railway Walks' series, provides an indispensable guide to ten carefully selected railway paths coveted from lines once owned by the London and North Eastern Railway. From the quiet byways of East Anglia to the dramatic scenery of the North Yorkshire coast and the moorlands of Weardale, the routes are described in detail, providing everything necessary for enjoyable days out, whether you are a keen walker, a railway enthusiast or just looking for somewhere special to take the family. Descriptions include OS grid references, helpful maps and illustrations, and comprehensive information about transport and refreshment facilities. Suggestions for further explorations into each area's industrial past are also offered. Even the 'armchair walker' is catered for, with well-researched history being provided for each of the ten lines. Railway walks offer something for everybody and with Railway Walks: LNER you can be sure that you'll be able to make the most of this fascinating and rather different aspect of the English.

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About Jeff Vinter


Jeff Vinter was the chairman of the Railway Ramblers and now oversees their website. He was the chief consultant for the Railway Walks series, selecting the routes for the series and providing historical information.

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GOR005315505
Railway Walks: LNER: From East Anglia to the Durham Moors by Jeff Vinter
Jeff Vinter
Used - Very Good
Paperback
The History Press Ltd
2009-06-15
192
0752451057
9780752451053
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