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eBook Esk Valley Railway: A Traveller's Guide ePub

by Alan Whitworth

  • ISBN: 1871647495
  • Category: Europe
  • Subcategory: Travels
  • Author: Alan Whitworth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wharncliffe Books (August 1998)
  • Pages: 80
  • ePub book: 1680 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1304 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 859


The Esk Valley Railway is certainly one of the best railway journeys in the North of England, and could be considered far more . This book is a guide to the scenery and delights of the Esk Valley Railway Through Time.

The Esk Valley Railway is certainly one of the best railway journeys in the North of England, and could be considered far more picturesque than the more famed North York Moors Railway.

a b c Whitworth, Alan (1998). Clapham: Dalesman Books. Whitworth, Alan (2011). Esk Valley railway through time. p. 71. ISBN 978-1-4456-0645-3. Esk Valley Railway : a travellers' guide ; a description of the history and topography of the line between Whitby and Middlesbrough. Barnsley: Wharncliffe. 52. ISBN 1-871647-49-5. 21. ISBN 0-85206-731-3.

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The Severn Valley Railway has long been considered by many to be Britain’s premier heritage railway. That reputation was earned early thanks to the quality of locomotive and carriage restoration, the careful refurbishment of stations and the standard of service offered to visitors. As with all heritage railways it has had to adapt to changing expectations over the years whilst attempting to keep the original aims of railway preservation at the heart of everything it does

Ffestiniog railway traveller's guide. However, we will do our upmost to help with any claim made. Book in very good condition - a little bent on the bottom - see photographs.

Ffestiniog railway traveller's guide. December 5 at 8:42 AM ·. Sadly whilst still open this railway is a shadow of its former self. I do wonder what the future holds for the line and locos.

Whitworth, Alan (1998). 33. Railways of the North York Moors : a pictorial history. 36. "River Esk fact file" (PDF).

Esk Valley Railway Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Esk Valley Railway from your list? Esk Valley Railway. Published 1998 by Pen & Sword Books, Leo Cooper.

Things to do near Esk Valley Railway. There is so much that I could say about the Esk Valley railway its fun exciting its the best, day out for all age's you have to go and experiance it yourself to understand my excitment. Whitby Town Railway Station. Disliked ; it is quite expensive but worth it. Date of experience: February 2012. Ask Carol M about Esk Valley Railway.

Whitworth spans the Whitworth Valley, a 7 square miles (1. km2) area . Lost Railways of Lancashire.

Lost Railways of Lancashire.

Talk of railways in the North York Moors, brings to mind images of preserved steam trains travelling through beautiful countryside. The well informed will know that there was once a connection to Whitby on the East coast, while the even better informed will be aware that from the mid nineteenth century, a line following almost the entire length of the longest salmon river on the Eastern side of England - This is the Esk Valley Line. Now a regular commercial service between Whitby and Middlesbrough, the line is a feast for the eyes of the traveller, with breathtaking and varied scenery augmented by the wealth of history in the picturesque towns and villages through which it passes. This delightful combination prompted the author to write a guide for the use of both regular travellers and visitors alike, with the aim of providing a comprehensive guide to what may be viewed from the carriage window. In addition he includes the historic story of how and why the line came into being. Well researched and written with attention to detail, by an enthusiast who still lives close to the line at Whitby. This book is as much a must for the lovers of railways, folklore and local history, as for the day visitor seeking a memento of a delightful and memorable journey.