|Sub-Titled: including the Foss Islands branch
The Derwent Valley Light Railway was a unique undertaking, serving agriculture and providing land for industry to generate traffic for itself. Passenger service was minimal, its southern terminus having only one train a week for many years. The ways of this unusual operation are illustrated in detail, as is the length of preserved line.
The Derwent Valley Railway had stations at;-
Dunnington (for Kexby)
Skipwith & North Duffield
By Vic Mitchell, Keith Smith
Hardback. 215x305mm. 96 pages
100 black & white photographs