The beauty of its mountain and coastal scenery has always made the
railways of North Wales special. During the 1960s, as fast as steam
was fading on the main lines, it was flourishing on the narrow
gauge railways, hinting at the great potential that was to come.
Those fledgling railways that are today's major tourist attractions
possessed a special, rudimentary charm as they came to terms with
the challenges of gearing up for a new army of admirers. This book
takes you on a tour in essays and colour pictures of all the narrow
gauge railways then in operation and also the British Rail routes
that were facing an uncertain future. John Evans brings his unique
way with words and pictures to capture a scene that has in many
ways changed dramatically ... and meets some veteran locomotives
that we can still enjoy today.
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