Fermanagh\'s Railways: A Photographic Tribute


    "Fermanagh's Railways" is a tribute in words and pictures by two railway enthusiasts who have personal associations with County Fermanagh and its railways. The book covers all three railway companies to operate in Fermanagh as well as the bus services. The first edition was published in 1998 and this second edition has many previously unpublished pictures as well as increased coverage of the run-up to closure, the last day and the aftermath. The good news is that the story is not over yet! The extended captions will help the enthusiast and layperson alike to have a greater insight into the stations, the trains and the people of the railway age in Fermanagh.

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    Number of Pages: 176
    Format(s): Paperback - ISBN: 9781906578169
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    Listed in: Railway technology, engineering & trades
    Publisher: Colourpoint Books

    Books by Norman Johnston


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