The Life and Times of a Cotswold Branchline (1854 – 1970)
Author: Peter Morris | Format(s): Paperback/eBook | Published: Coming 2021 | ISBN: 978-1-909370-10-4
Discover how the Dursley branchline transformed the fortunes of Dursley and the surrounding villages during the 19th and 20th centuries from a dying town into a economically and socially vibrant community.
The Dursley Railway was a short branch line that served the Cotswold town of Dursley for over one hundred years.
Originally established by the Dursley & Midland Junction Railway in 1856, it was later taken over by the Midland Railway who ran it as a successful passenger route serving the town of Dursley and the villages of Cam and Coaley.
Dursley is a small market town located in the Cotswold Hills of South Gloucestershire, South-West England. Today it is a quiet suburban off-shoot of its near city neighbours Gloucester and Bristol but for over two centuries, it was an independent township with its …