The Amble Branch

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The Amble Branch

Northumberland, steeped in ancient history and with a stunning coastal beauty also has an industrial heritage. Thanks to George Stephenson, railways were born here, and although much has been written about the county’s railways, one line – the branch line to Amble – has escaped detailed attention over the years. The fascination of the author with his home-town railway has, and many years of enjoyable research, culminated in the production of this book.

The Amble branch line was a 5.75-mile (9.25 km) branch railway line in Northumberland, England, that ran from Amble Junction north of Chevington on the East Coast Main Line to Amble via Broomhill. The line was single track to Broomhill and then double track to Amble.

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The Amble Branch

Northumberland, steeped in ancient history and with a stunning coastal beauty also has an industrial heritage. Thanks to George Stephenson, railways were born here, and although much has been written about the county’s railways, one line – the branch line to Amble – has escaped detailed attention over the years. The fascination of the author with his home-town railway has, and many years of enjoyable research, culminated in the production of this book.

The Amble branch line was a 5.75-mile (9.25 km) branch railway line in Northumberland, England, that ran from Amble Junction north of Chevington on the East Coast Main Line to Amble via Broomhill. The line was single track to Broomhill and then double track to Amble.

Weight 200 g