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The Friends of the Far North Line
Cairdean Na Loine Tuath
the campaign group for rail north of Inverness - lobbying for improved services for the local user, tourist and freight operator

Book News

Journey Through Britain

Now in paperback

Readers might like to know that, having had good sales in hardback, Journey Through Britain by fellow FoFNL member David St John Thomas, is now in paperback. Sub-titled Landscape. People and Books, the 700 page work includes material especially likely to be of interest to Friends.

There is a special offer for Friends. Published at £9.99, the paperback is already something of a bargain, but it is yours for £7.99 post free. Should you prefer a hardback, instead of the published £17.99 you pay £13.99 post free. Mr. Thomas may be reached care of PO Box 6055, Nairn IV12 4YB.

Branch Line Britain

A Nostalgic Journey Celebrating a Golden Age

Paul Atterbury

A thoroughly good read, well so far any rate as the preparation of this newsletter has distracted me from finishing this excellent publication. Paul Atterbury will be well known to viewers of Antiques Roadshow and his other books on railway journeys including the Far North Line.

The branch lines of most relevance to us are the Dingwall to Strathpeffer and The Mound to Dornoch.

Published by David and Charles £12.99