Hunter Davies Follows His Successful A Walk Around The Lakes With A Nostalgic Tour Of Britain S Disused Railway Lines, Which Now Cover Than , Miles Of Empty TrackYou Don T Have To Be An Experienced Walker Or A Railway Enthusiast To Enjoy This Highly Readable, Amusing And Perceptive Guide To One Of Britain S Least Known Natural Resources Hunter Davies was writing a lot in the 80s about football and walking, in a jokey, journalistic style His Walk around the Lakes re the English Lake District is worth a look.This one is about walking up disused railway lines in the UK, something I do quite a lot myself I like trains and the ghosts they leave behind Also, I am writing a story about a man who lives in a secret den on a railway embankment so am looking to find out about railway embankments A very light, breezy read.
Thompson Edward Hunter Davies, formerly an editor for the Sunday Times of London, is the author of numerous books, including The Glory Game He lives in London.
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