Rail Around Birmingham

If you have a keen interest in local history and in the Birmingham region's railway history - this is the site for you. (Although the site is 'Rail Around Birmingham' the site extends to cover railways in the West Midlands region).

http://www.railaroundbirmingham.co.uk/

The owner of the site aims to visit the site of every disused station and operational station in the area and to present a snapshot of the current state of the railways in this part of the West Midlands.

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The site owner says "It has been an eye-opening experience when researching for the site just how much of our railways we have lost in this region and it has also been quite nostalgic for me to visit sites I remember from my youth - if only I'd had a camera then!" If you understand what he means, visit the site - you won't regret it!





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