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By David Cable
From the mid-1980s onwards the previously monolithic structure of BR's freight operation was divided, with several businesses created as a prelude to privatisation, such as Loadhaul, Transrail and Mainline, each with a separate identity. This book records the changes in liveries and train compositions. It includes over 200 colour illustrations.
By W.R. Chorley
This is the second volume in the series which deals with the losses sustained by the RAF Bomber Command during the 2nd World War. It has already found favour with historians, and those friends and relatives affected by the loss.
This volume, covering the Eastern Region, examines many of the fascinating lines in the region, including the much mourned Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway, rural branches like that to Eye, the lines in east Lincolnshire and the Woodhead route with its electrification scheme.