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24 June 2017
The North British route from Edinburgh to Berwick-upon-Tweed opened in 1846 and today is part of the electrified East Coast Main Line.
A number of branch lines radiated from it and served the golfing resort of Gullane, also Haddington the former county town of Haddingtonshire, plus the coal mining area of Tranent which was once linked to Cockenzie by Scotland’s oldest wagonway.
Its involvement in the Jacobite Rebellion saw it become the first railway to be used for military purposes.
Vic Mitchell was delighted to be invited to attend the Churnet Valley Railway's Winter Steam Gala to launch his new book, Branch Line from Leek.
02 March 2017
Middleton Press is delighted to announce that the publication of our new album Branch Line from Leek to the Manifold Valley…
16 February 2017
Following the news this week that the Sinclair C5 has been reinvented by the nephew of Sir Clive Sinclair, Middleton Press memories of the original…
16 February 2017
The National Rail Passenger Network Diagram 2017 is now available,…
25 January 2017
On Saturday 14th January 2017, Vic Mitchell will be talking about the growth of Middleton Press in Petersfield, Hampshire.
22 December 2016
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