Author: Jeffrey Grayer
Like me, you've probably been anxiously ticking off the volumes in this series, counting the days until the relevant ones come to publication. You need wait no longer. To be accurate, though, this one doesn't actually have the eagerly awaited Norfolk segment and I'm not sure when that coming. It does, however, contain the sections on Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Essex; from the publisher's blurb:
The latest book in the growing 'Impermanent Ways' series features the closed lines of the Eastern Counties of Britain. the author, Jeffery Grayer, who has contributed all the previous titles in the series, has amassed a collection of colour views from a variety of former lines such as the iconic Wisbech & Upwell Tramway, through to the former holiday and cross-country routes of Suffolk and Essex. Railway enthusiasts have a continuing fascination for the history and current status of the closed lines of Britain, and this new title provides an exercise in pure nostalgia for those interested in the lost lines in the Eastern counties.
Publisher: Noodle Books