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The three railways to Market Drayton were built by separated companies, this book covering the two which became part of the Great Western Railway. Instead, he concentrates on the dead, photographing every grave and recounting the funerals. Extensive response from Keith Harcourt pp.

Mary's Chapel seems to have

Includes a description by Martin Grundy of traversing the weir via the watergate. Mary's Chapel seems to have experienced something of a revival.

The book is bang up to date. Given that most of the industrial railways are long gone, the percentage of old pictures is gratifyingly high. When he was eventually traced he was charged with the murder of an inoffensive retired businessman, Gold by name. Bedworth as part of the Nuneaton local authority is included. Written partly in response to article on River Teme by Pat Jones pp.

Introductory observations on the mineral basin, tramways, railways, etc. He found no fault in their scholarship.

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Fairly naturally two of the best ways to find out how they do this are to ask them and to observe them. Cowburn Tunnel was built between and and is yards long. Three photographs of railway swing bridge over a working navigable waterway with motorised barges. Sir Henry Mainwaring was the Company's very reluctant chairman.

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There will be a number of static displays to see including saloons, sports, American, commercial, military and classic motorcycles. Letharby and Reynolds also address other issues which are current in the historical debate.

As of the factory has received the go-ahead to be redeveloped into canalside residential apartments. The book is a fine record of an area which has maintained its interest over the years. Depending on the extent of the anticipated market, the form and degree of referencing can be a real problem which only the author, helped perhaps by the publisher, can resolve.

This is an interesting and useful book of first hand information for the locomotive historian. The project was approved in and construction began in on the central section and connections to existing lines that will become part of the route.

But people who already have the previous edition, or another book on the same subject, may not learn much fresh information. It can be recommended to readers who want to know more about this fascinating railway. Unfortunately, pres photographs are scarce so shots of later main line and industrial scenes predominate, yet these offer a tempting nostalgia of that period. John Walker's map and the accompanying text by Joseph Priestley add different details.

Welsh Railways Research Circle. This drastic alteration probably aroused some controversy.