Lder locals who were familiar with the line when it operated many of his interviewees were former employees living nearby I didn t so much appreciate the technical aspects though railfans would A great book if ou re going to be picking it up to read a chapter or two at a time after a couple of entries the stories can begin To Run Together. run together. to enjoy this highly readable amusing and perceptive guide to one of Britain's least known natural resources.Ut a man who lives in a secret den on a railway embankment so am looking to find out about railway embankments A very light breezy read Well selected geographic and historic A very light breezy read Well selected geographic and historic section of the publicly accessible disused lines in the U K I appreciated the historical background of the immediate area as well the author s interviews with Ines which now cover than 8000 miles of empty trackYou don't have to be an experienced walker or a railway enthus. Hunter Davies was writing a lot in the 80s about football and walking in a jokey journalistic style his walk around the lakes re the english Walk around the Lakes re the English District
is worth a lookThis one is about walking up disused railwayworth a lookThis one is about walking up disused railway in the UK something I do uite a lot myself I like trains and the ghosts they leave behind Also I am writing a story abo. Hunter Davies follows his successful A Walk Around The Lakes Around the Lakes a nostalgic tour of Britain's disused railway .