Durham Railways at the End of the 20th Century
- Richard Allen
15th September 2021
The last years of the twentieth century saw considerable changes to the railway scene in County Durham, including ECML electrification, the demise of the coal industry and the introduction of modern rolling stock. This book shows how the railway scene in this part of North East England changed during that time.
The coverage starts in the late 1980s and continues to the turn of the century and beyond. Richard Allen’s stunning photographs encompass the traditional boundaries of the county, including those parts that subsequently became part of Cleveland and Tyne and Wear.