Following the huge success of Wainwright Walks, Julia Bradbury once again dons her walking boots, this time to trudge the railway lines that have become the legacy of 'The Beeching Axe'.
In the 1960s thousands of railway stations were closed and many of these old branch lines are now treasured by ramblers all over the country. Providing hours of beautiful walks steeped in history and offering an insight into industrial Britain, Julia looks at how the rise and fall of the railways has altered the lives of communities across the country.
Derbyshire - The Monsal Trail
Wales - Dolgellau to Barmouth
Cornwall - Coast to Coast Trail
Speyside - The Strathspey Railway
Callander - Callander to Loch Tay
Following the phenomenal success of Wainwright Walks, Julia Bradbury take s to the tracks to explore some Britainís most fascinating forgotten railways lines
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“I am avidly watching the new series with Julia Bradbury and enjoying them immensely - I somehow feel there is always an hour's entertainment on each - unfortunately there is poor content description on the 'product info' of the DVD. I would love it to contain the whole series, certainly and more. But my sincere gratitude to all concerned and congratulations on an excellent product. I will be back!!”
From: James H Harris
“My husband and I are faithful viewers of Julia Bradbury's Railway Walks program. We would love to have a guide book to the walks she has undertaken on TV so that we can follow in her footsteps. Publication in book form please.”
From: Jean Spencer
“Even if your are not into railways, old or current, it matters not. The star of this great and fascinating series is the countryside and it's history that is revealed by the wonderful Julia as she strolls informatively along these long forgotten lines. On any other network it is unlikely this would have been commissioned which, would have been a great shame. So, well done BBC, Fantastic and i can't wait for the DVD!”
From: Kevin Jacobs