Railways in the Lake District (Bairstow)

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A concise history of the railways serving the Lake District, including the Cumbrian Coast and Keswick lines, the Coniston, Lakeside and Windermere branches and the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. Also includes short chapters on Barrow Docks, Barrow in Furness Tramways, the Barrow Steam Navigation Company and its services from Barrow to Belfast and the Isle of Man, the long-gone Morecambe Bay ferry services to and from Piel, and the lake steamers.

A variety of steam and diesel hauled trains and DMUs are featured, including the Class 37- and 68-hauled trains on the Cumbrian Coast route in the late 2010s. Over 150 black & white photos. 112 pages. Softback.

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