My latest book is now out with Graffeg Books.

Lost Lines: Wye Valley – Chepstow to Monmouth.


Opened in 1876 and closed to passengers in 1959, the Wye Valley Railway ran from Tutshill Halt (just north of Chepstow) to Monmouth Troy. The scenic beauty of the lower Wye Valley, evident in many of the archive photographs collected for this volume, was well utilised by the Great Western Railway to promote tourism and many structures from its operation are still in existence. This includes Tintern station, now in use as a visitor centre in this very popular tourist area, which includes Tintern Abbey, Symonds Yat and the Forest of Dean.

Buy it now, direct from Graffeg, or from any good independent bookshop

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My previous publications:

Rails Through The Heart Of Wales

With a history, route guide, various memories and anecdotes, along with numerous previously unpublished  photographs, the book is a must read for rail travellers and enthusiasts.

68 pages, A5, 70 illustrations. Buy it now from all good independent bookshops or here from Nigel Bird Books, a specialist railway bookseller.

ISBN 9781916449800  Also available on Amazon and Ebay.

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Rails Through The Heart of Wales

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