A Railway History of New Shildon (PS)

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From George Stephenson to the present day. This book traces the long and interesting railway history of New Shildon, from 1825 through to the present day. Looks at some of the railway pioneers to have worked there, including George Stephenson and his son, Robert. Also looks at the locomotive works and at how the town grew, as well as the more recent history of railways in the area, including the new Hitachi plant. Illustrated throughout with colour and black & white photographs. Hardback. 204 pages.

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