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David Hindle’s latest profusely illustrated book traces the evolution and complete history of the Preston to Southport branch from its opening on the 5th September l882 in time for the Preston Guild celebrations of that year to closure on the 6th September, 1964, a victim of the swingeing axe of Doctor Richard Beeching. 

Of the many books that he has previously produced, the writings of well-known local social historian, David John Hindle encompass an incredibly diverse range of topics including natural history, life in Victorian Preston, fell and bird watching walks and even the history of the theatres and music halls of Britain, in which he establishes a link with the coming of the first railways. 

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Product Code: SLPN314

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