By Peter Caton.
Item code: REMS.
The following is from the wensite promoting Peter Caton's autumn 2018 book.
Journeys to forty of Britain's loneliest railway stations.
Written for the railway enthusiast but also for anyone who enjoys travel books. Illustrated with more than 150 colour and black & white photos, both recent and historical. Combining a love of remote places and of travelling on our more interesting trains, Peter Caton visits forty of Britain's most lonely railway stations. His travels take him to all four corners of the country; to the top of a snowy mountain, to moors, hills and marshes, and even a mile out to sea, as he rides on some of our most scenic railway lines. Along the way he unearths stories of some bizarre accidents, tales of human endeavour and railway history.
He finds a station that closed before it officially existed, wonders why some survived, laments others that should never have been lost and on finding that one of his forty stations is proposed for closure joins the battle to try to save it.