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Birmingham and West Midlands Railway Atlas
av Joe Brown
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Lying in the heart of England, Birmingham is an important railway centre. Historically, Birmingham was the focus of Britain s first trunk railway from London to the North, which became the London & North Western Railway, and the Midland and Great Western Railways also soon extended their networks to Birmingham, leading to the construction of two impressive stations - New Street and Snow Hill. Although some lines and stations have disappeared, the bulk of the network continues to play a pivotal role in the life of the city and Britain as a whole. This atlas provides a comprehensive study of the railways of the West Midlands. The area covered extends to Nuneaton, Coventry, Redditch, Wolverhampton, Lichfield, Tamworth, Leamington and Stratford, with additional large scale and evolutionary maps of areas of particular interest.
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