Title: Holding The Line: How Britain's Railways Were Saved
Authors: Richard Faulkne & Chris Austin
Publisher: Ian Allan
Size: 22cm x 30.5cm, 144 pages
An explosive exposé of the repeated attempts made in the second half of the twentieth century to destroy Britain's railway network.
As Britain teetered on the brink of losing its railway network forever, an enthralling account of how it was saved, with a detailed examination of some of the attempts made over subsequent years to repair the damage.
The two authors, both of whom were heavily involved in the management of the railway during this key period, have based their revealing account on personal first-hand experience.