First issued in 1939 by Britain’s LNER rail line as a companion to the East Coast journey, this charming book gives a fascinating glimpse of rail travel and history. Describing the principal features of interest along the route from London King’s Cross to Scotland, it roughly follows the historic route first constructed by the Roman, and passes by the “Home of the first English Railway”. Offering a beautiful and nostalgic look at the historic line once used by the legendary Flying Scotsman and The Coronation, this is the unique gift for train enthusiasts. Includes a fold-out map of the LNER routes.
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Features of interest to be seen from the Carriage Windows between: I: King's Cross and Edinburgh II: Edinburgh and Inverness via Aberdeen III: Edinburgh and Inverness via Dunkeld IV: Edinburgh, Fort William and Mallaig
On Either Side, 1939 by London and NE Railway (LNER)