The distinctive character of the former Great North of Scotland Railway is well illustrated by this selection of photos from the Neville Stead collection. Largely featuring the period from the 1940s to the mid-1960s – when the Beeching Axe decimated the North East Scotland rail network – the album captures the atmosphere of a wide variety of railways across the region. From the city of Aberdeen and the main line to Keith, through cross-country corridors in Speyside and via the coast to Elgin, to branches to Alford, Ballater, Banff, Fraserburgh, Lossiemouth, Macduff, Peterhead and St Combs, the world of the traditional steam railway is delightfully portrayed.Add to basket
# of Pages - 80 pages
Illustrations - 84 illustrations
Cover - Hardback cover
ISBN - 978-1-913893-05-7
Dimensions - 24 x 19.5
Format - Landscape format
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“Saving the nation’s pictorial heritage”
The Railway Magazine, September 2008
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