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This second volume in the series deals with the fascinating and very diverse railway network of Kent and Sussex. The railways found in these southern counties range from busy commuter routes into the capital and main lines to the south coast and the Channel ports, to rural light railways and those serving dockyards and coalfields. This series shows Britain's railways in the context of roads and other features in the landscape. This was one of the key attractions of the Colonel Cobb's original atlas which distinguished that work from other railway atlases. It enabled railways to be located much more easily, either out in the countryside or in the armchair, and is retained in this new series.
- Locomotive Sheds and Facilities
- Locomotive and Other Works
- The Beeching Report
- Map Index and Gazetteer