The North Eastern Railway in the First World War (Softback) (Fonthill)

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This book tells the story of the North Eastern Railway during World War I. It looks at how the railway kept running throughout the war and at the role it played in war service and to aid manufacturing. It also looks at how the railway adapted as 34% of its workforce were released for military service and the effect that this had on the running of the railway. Illustrated with 16 pages of black & white photographs. 186 pages. First published 2014; this softback edition published 2015.

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