This new railway atlas by Stuart Malthouse is a complete labour of
love and has taken many years to compile, showing as it does the
railways of the South West and Central Southern England in
astonishing detail. It shows a much wider range of railway types
and their features than on most existing maps. The area covered
extends from Cornwall in the South West to Hampshire in Central
Southern England, as far north as Bristol and Swindon. Industrial
railways are shown as well as passenger railways, and each map is
accompanied by a detailed key of the public and private railway
systems with dates of operation and gauges, stations and
topographical features, together with detailed opening and closing
dates and name changes. A chronology of the public railway routes
also accompanies each map, which includes independent public
railways or independent private railways with public rail
involvement. The atlas is prefaced by 76 pages of detailed
information about the railways and a detailed chronology.
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