Walking Britain's Lost Railways

August 2020
55:00

Edinburgh

3.0 29 x
Rob follows the Waverley Line, which stretches for 100 miles south from Edinburgh.
50:00

Norfolk

3.0 14 x
Rob follows the line from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, discovering a lost railway through some of the quietest parts of England, but also some of the richest country estates of all.
55:00

Norfolk

3.0 33 x
Rob follows the line from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, discovering a lost railway through some of the quietest parts of England, but also some of the richest country estates of all.
55:00

North Wales

4.0 32 x
Rob Bell travels to Bangor, where he explores a lost line that was built in 1801 to transport Welsh slate from the local quarry, down to the sea.
July 2020
55:00

The Durham Coalfields

3.0 18 x
Rob Bell explores the era when our modern railways were born in the industrial heartlands of the North-East, where for over 150 years coal was king. Visiting former collieries, living museums and meeting former miners, he tells the story of the 1822 Hetton line, the world's first railway designed for steam locomotives.
55:00

Derbyshire

4.0 28 x
In Derbyshire, Rob travels along a stretch of what was once part of the London to Manchester express route, through the glorious countryside of Derbyshire and the Peak District National Park.
1:00:00

Scotland

4.0 22 x
In Scotland, Rob Bell follows the Elgin to Portsoy line, a line that once served the fishing and whisky industries. Local ramblers help him unearth a stunning view of the Spey Bridge, then, after trying a warming tipple of the hard stuff, he watches a boat race in Portsoy.
55:00

Edinburgh

4.0 13 x
Rob follows the Waverley Line, which stretches for 100 miles south from Edinburgh.
1:00:00

Norfolk

4.0 16 x
Rob follows the line from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth, discovering a lost railway through some of the quietest parts of England, but also some of the richest country estates of all.
1:00:00

Royal Deeside

4.0 9 x
Rob journeys through the Scottish Highands, following a path cut by the world's first global star - Queen Victoria.
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