Alan Williams

Fifty years ago this month, the then Ministry of Transport and British Railways Board jointly published ‘British Railways Network for Development’. This was the basic network that it had been decided ‘should be retained and developed so that the railways can play a full part in the country’s transport system’. The accompanying maps showed the lines over which passenger and freight services would run.

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