|Sub-titled: including the branches to Nailsworth, Dursley and Thornbury
Intended to be part of the Great Western Railway (GWR), this route and its branches were absorbed by the Midland Railway (MR), whose influences were still evident when they were incorporated into the Western Region of British Railways.
The evolution of this heavily used main line is fully illustrated in the volume.
Locations in this area:
Barrow Road Engine Shed
Barton Hill (Bristol)
Bristol Temple Meads
Cam & Dursley
Gloucester (1st M.R.Stn.)
Gloucester (2nd M.R.Stn.)
Stonehouse Bristol Road
Authors: Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith
Hardback. 240 x 174 mm. 96 pages
120 photographs. Large scale maps