This is a survey of Bristol’s railway stations and halts by a local railway historian. Temple Meads station is well covered, including Brunel’s original terminus, along with a further 25 stations and halts inside the city boundaries which have served residents and commercial interests over the years. The book will appeal to railway enthusiasts and anyone interested in Bristol’s social, economic and industrial history. It includes many ‘then and now’ photographs. This book is lavishly illustrated with archive photographs and many from private collections, some published here for the first time. The drawings of track beds will be of immense interest to modellers and those with an interest in the history of Bristol’s railways.
Softcover 112 pages