lost railway lines of Galloway

  • 71 Pages
  • 0.87 MB
  • English
G.C. Book Publishers , Wigtown
Railroads -- Abandonment -- Scotland -- Galloway., Walking -- Scotland -- Gall
StatementAlasdair Wham ; [illustrations by Kay Stevenson].
The Physical Object
Pagination71p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19252971M
ISBN 101872350968

The Lost Railway Lines of Galloway (Local History Series) Paperback – Import, January 1, by Alasdair Wham (Author) › Visit Amazon's Alasdair Wham Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.

Are you an author. 4/5(4). Of the four volumes I have now read of Gordon Stansfield's absorbing photographic histories devoted to Scotland's lost railways, this is the clearest and most successful. The reason is not hard to find, but it is interesting all the same.

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This book contains a map of the lines in question, the other three do not, and I wonder why not/5(8). Exploring Dumfries & Galloway's Lost Railway Heritage: A Walker's Guide Alasdair Wham. out of 5 stars 1. Paperback. £ Next. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.4/5(5).

Dumfries and Galloway now boast three lines, and three only. Two are over to the east, the former Glasgow & South Western and Caledonian main lines linking Glasgow with Carlisle and southwards. The third is the line from Glasgow to the port of Stranraer; and thereby hangs a tale, or more than one/5(7).

lines were ripped up in Scotland alone, including the Waverley Route from Edinburgh to Carlisle which left the Scottish Borders as the only area in the UK without a railway line.

A series of books bringing to life the lost railways and disused stations across the country. Includes a county-based railway history of the age of steam. 📢 Due to Covid govt restrictions, orders may be delayed by up to a week 📢. From a very young age Julian Holland has had a fascination with railways.

He is a writer and photographer on many railway books, including the highly acclaimed and award winning The Times Mapping the Railways (), Exploring Britain’s Lost Railways () and Great Railway Journeys of the World (HarperCollins, )/5(33). An interesting book about the lost lines of London, I would have preferred more informative maps instead of the small ones used hence a mark of 4 not 5.

Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. See all reviews from the United Kingdom. Pages with related products/5(7). a new website has been created by martin firth that lists all lines closed to passenger services between and stations listed on the register of closed railways to website are linked to the disused stations website.

For the UK railway map, the colour identifies the owning company pre-grouping (circa ). For the US railroad map, the colour identifies the company that built the line. I have had trouble identifying US builders and some of the UK lines, so let me know if there are errors.

A Section of the Line, now preserved as a heritage railway (of the same name). Opened in Closed between Meldon Junction and Bere Alston. Remainder of line still in use, mostly as a freight line.

Part of the Line (between Okehampton and Yeoford) now preserved as the Dartmoor Railway. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Disused railway lines in Scotland. This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

The following pages are in this category, out of total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). Sadly the railway age was not to last, local demand was simply not enough to keep many of the lines in operation and the services were doomed.

Happily, some lines have been preserved by enthusiastic societies and reopened sections of track flourish. This well written and excellently researched book brings to life the history of Cumbria's railways/5(4). Rob follows the line from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, discovering a lost railway through some of the quietest parts of England, but also some of the richest country estates of all.

6 "Edinburgh " Rosie Saunders: 24 April () TBD: Rob follows the Waverley Line, which stretches for miles south from al network: Channel 5. These are the lost railway stations of Cardiff. Adam Street One of the more short-lived passenger stations on the list, this was one of the original stops on the Rhymney Railway.

A potential scheme to restore some of the county's long-lost railways is being explored by a local MP, Derbyshire Live can exclusively reveal.

Sarah Dines, the new MP for Derbyshire Dales, has Author: Gareth Butterfield. Colliery Lines A large amount of railway building in this area was to access the south & west Yorkshire coalfields. Cab Rides Drivers eye view. Photos from Michael Kaye & Philip Hardaker.

Mastermind James Mackenzie was the winner. His subject was the lost railways of west Yorkshire. Homeless. Rob Bell explores the lost landscapes of some of Britain's former railway lines.

During the railway network's heyday in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Dumfries and Galloway was served by dozens of stations, many of them on the 'Paddy Line' from Dumfries to Portpatrick and its several branches.

Only a handful of stations now serve this rural area. 51 pictures and a map record many lost stations, along with other features such as the Solway. The Dumfries, Lochmaben and Lockerbie Railway was a railway in Dumfriesshire, Scotland. It connected Dumfries with Lockerbie via Lochmaben.

Promoted independently, it was absorbed by the Caledonian Railway to give access to Dumfriesshire and Status: absorbed by Caledonian Railway. Disused stations, abandoned railways, steam trains, old buildings and railway walks - we love 'em. A crumbling station and a set of moribund Pullman coaches.

A trip from Cardiff to Treherbert at the end of coal, Completely bonkers sea faring railway in the sea at Brighton. Once-proud terminus for the Orient Express, crumbling away. 13 lost railway stations of Gloucestershire. From the forgotten halts in the Cotswolds to the remains of the Severn and Wye Railway the county is littered with relics of the golden age of steamAuthor: Jenni Phillips.

In Tales of the Glasgow and South Western Railway, Smith records that All west of Lochanhead was single line then. A G.&S.W.

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ballast train had the staff and was working in the section to Castle Douglas. A westbound Caledonian goods was given a ticket, and about a mile west of Dalbeattie met the ballast [train] Locale: Scotland. AN OLD railway line should be reopened for passenger use.

That’s the cry from Julian Holland is his new book, Discovering Scotland’s Lost Local Lines. The Ayr to Dalmellington line is still. An abandoned railroad is a railway line which is no longer used for that purpose. Such lines may be disused railways, closed railways, former railway lines, even derelict railway lines.

Dumfries & Galloway's Lost Railways Lomond Books are the leading Scottish book wholesaler, Publisher and distributor in Scotland for Scottish interest product aimed at the tourism, heritage and gift market. We provide a vast range of Scottish books. However the course of the line may be followed as far as Portpatrick, and the perfect book for both walker and railway historian is "The Lost Railway Lines Of Galloway", writen by Alasdair Wham and published by GCB of Wigton (ISBN 1 96 8).

Alasdair Wham is the author of Machir Bay ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 2 reviews), Ayrshire's Forgotten Railways ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), /5. The Lost Railway Line | Grand Tours of Scotland's Lochs.

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BBC Scotland. April 5 at PM In the s hundreds of railway stations disappeared across Scotland That are clues to the old lane all over Galloway stations, sightings and Bank moments, and in many places just lovely pathways to follow if you're determined determined enough.

The lost and forgotten railway stations of Hull and East Yorkshire the truth is a huge amount are now confined to the history books. Take a look below at the lost railways of our area, from.

Freight traffic kept the line going for a long time, but this has gone too. All those railways and other lost lines in the two counties are explored - why they were built, the traffic they carried, their decline and closure, together with a description of what you could still see at /5(2).Try the new Google Books.

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