There is a certain fascination about a recently closed railway.
Memories of what had once been and regret at what fate holds for the rusting rails and derelict buildings in the future.
Every county had its share of closures in the 1960s, some of course years before that time.
In the period within living memory, Jeffrey Grayer explored those closed lines with his camera, recording in colour the final months - sometimes days, of the various routes that once criss-crossed the county.
104 pages in full colour.
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