Cambridge Line (The)

by Michael Bonavia

“In this fully illustrated account of the line, Dr Michael Bonavia examines the route’s history, the locomotives associated with it, Liverpool Street station, the wartime years, modernisation programmes, the line as it was at the time of publication, and includes both the  GNR and GER routes.

It includes a good selection of photographs and the book graphically recalls many of the long-lost scenes from the line’s past to provide the reader with an excellent account of the development and operational record of one of the most important railway routes radiating out of London.”

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