Railway Track Diagrams 4: Midlands & North West 5th Edition

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A new and completely revised 2022 edition of the Trackmaps reference work for the Midlands & North West area. Contains very detailed diagrammatic maps of the railway network approximately comprising the former British Rail Midland Region.

Every volume in the Trackmaps Railway Track Diagram series (formerly published by the Quail Map Company) contains a series of detailed diagrammatic maps of the British railway network. Coverage includes all Network Rail lines plus private railways, preservation sites and industrial layouts. Railway Track Diagrams 4: Midlands & North West shows every railway line with track level detail presented in the familiar 'Quail’ format. Includes the following:

  • All track work including junctions, sidings, depots and yards
  • Stations with platform detail
  • Level crossings with type information
  • Tunnels
  • Signal boxes
  • Other major infrastructure

Electrified lines shown in colour and railway mileages are shown throughout for all Network Rail routes. Railway Track Diagrams 4: Midlands & North West also includes extensive notation, lists of abbreviations, engineers’ line references and an extended index to stations, lines and other locations. A number of infrastructure changes, completed and planned, have been incorporated within this new edition, including:

  • Opening of Warrington West and Worcestershire Parkway stations
  • Planned stations at Headbolt Lane and Brent Cross West
  • New East Midlands Gateway freight terminal
  • East-West Rail project
  • Aggregate Terminals serving HS2 construction
  • Midland Mainline re-quadruling
  • Manchester Metrolink, West Midlands Metro extensions

Many changes to signalling have also been included as route modernisation has lead to the closure of many traditional signal boxes and the consolidation of control across fewer control centres. Railway Track Diagrams 4: Midlands & North West is an indispensable source of reference used throughout the railway industry. 72 pages.

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