Tales of Settle-Carlisle
Railways • 52m
The famous Settle-Carlisle Railway is well-known for its beautiful surroundings and structures such as viaducts, stations and tunnels. But just as important to the history of the line were the personalities involved with it. Hundreds of railway men and women have been part of the operation of this great railway since the 1870s.
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