Across Scotland there are remnants of many disused railway lines, reminders of the wider network that once served a variety of locations. Some fascinating examples are to be found in eastern Scotland, and though many are now fields, footpaths, and cycle ways amongst other things, for others more survives. Using a fascinating collection of photographs, Michael Mather explores the disused railways of east Scotland, bringing them to life with contemporary images, images of the remaining railway infrastructure, views passengers might have had from the trains travelling along these lines and a variety of points of interest along the way. Lines covered include: Maude Jct to Fraserburgh and Peterhead, The Moray Firth coast lines, The Dava Way, The Royal Deeside line, The Speyside Way, Blairgowrie, Alyth and Kirriemuir branches, The Strathmore line, Newtyle, The Aberfeldy branch, Glen Ogle, Comrie to Lochearnhead, Glenfarg, The Fife and Kinross railway, The Devon Valley railway, Dalry to Leith, Scotland St to Granton [Edinburgh], The Penicuick Branch, Peebles, The Border Counties railway and the Waverley route.
Product code: AXGXQ
Publisher: Amberley Publishing
Dimensions: 16.7cm x 23.4cm
Publish date: 09/03/2017
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