North Yorkshire Railway Stations: from Ainderby to York by Peter Tuffrey
North Yorkshire Railway Stations follows on from Peter Tuffrey's two previous publications: South Yorkshire Railway Stations and West Yorkshire Railway Stations. Like the latter two, it will aim to provide an illustrated A to Z list of railway stations in the area. Some 230 pictures are included, depicting stations in their prime as well as those which have closed and found other uses. The older pictures have been drawn from Peter's own collection, the Yorkshire Post archives and other individual collections. For the modern images, Peter has called upon a number of photographers who have released their pictures freely into the public domain via the internet. North Yorkshire possesses some fine countryside and the railway stations were often built to blend with it, like the ones on the Esk Valley and Forge Valley lines. Some have been reopened and restored like Goathland and Grosmont and they can be found on North Yorkshire's preserved lines, which are among the best in Britain. For people with an eye for unique railway architecture and a desire to reflect on the golden age of railways, this book is a must.