The Banbury and Cheltenham Railway
- The Banbury and Cheltenham Railway
- 1887 to 1962
- The Banbury and Cheltenham line was a single, meandering line which ran from Banbury on the London - Birmingham main line, crossed the Oxford - Worcester line at Kingham and finally joined the Birmingham - South Wales line at Cheltenham
- Jim Russell's approach is to split this book into two sections. The primary section contains a condensed history of the line whilst the seconadry section is taken up with an imaginary journey over the branch, beginning at Banbury and continuing through to Kingham, and finally on to Cheltenham, mentioning anything of interest on the line just as he remembered it. He recalls many unique features of the branch, so that a reasonable record of the 47 miles can be placed on paper.
- 1977, Case bound, 140 pages, 8¾" x 11"
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- ISBN-10 0902888455
- ISBN-13 9780902888456
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