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Leicestershire ’s Lost Railways

By Neil Burgess

A NUMBER of rail routes and stations throughout Leicestershire were lost to the ‘Beeching Axe’, but some of the more rural lines in the east of the county lost their passenger services in the 1950s or well before.

This mainly pictorial book takes the reader on some interesting journeys –

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