Running a railway is a complex business, constantly throwing up
drama, misadventure and the unexpected. Geoff Body and Bill Parker
have collated a rich selection of railwaymen's memories and
anecdotes to create an enjoyable book of escapades and mishaps,
illustrating the daily obstacles faced on the railways, from
handling the new Eurostar to train catering, nights on the Tay
Bridge to rail `traffic cops', and from mystery derailments to
track subsidence. However interesting the infrastructure of the
large and varied railway business may be, the real heart of this
great industry lies in its people, the complex jobs they occupy and
the dedicated way in which they carry them out.
The History Press Ltd
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• Bill Parker
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