During the days of British Railways it was possible to purchase a Rail Rover type ticket for unlimited travel over certain areas or regions, over a single day, or longer period. While such tickets are still available, they do not emulate those early tickets and the romantic idea of cheap rail travel and adventures over the national rail network. Of course, these tickets were, and still are, popular for journeys into and within the West Country, because of the destinations and resorts within the area, but unlike the early tickets of British Railways, many of the locations within this beautiful region are no longer connected to the national rail network. Here, Stephen Heginbotham takes you back to an era where carefree excursions to Devon and Cornwall were commonplace, and train travel was more relaxed and an adventure, yet more civilised, with a stunning location at the end of the line.
Product code: BQYQZ
Publisher: Amberley Publishing
Dimensions: 16.6cm x 23.4cm
Publish date: 15/09/2018
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