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Northern Weekly Salvo

Welcome to the latest Northern Weekly Salvo. This issue has a weird and wonderful mix of rail matters, the anniversary of the Winter Hill rights of way battle, the joys and sorrows of train travel, a great new poetry collection and travels around t’North (Halifax, Barrow, Buxton, Clitheroe and Mytholmroyd). My next book, Moorlands, Memories and Reflections will be out soon, probably mid-October. More details inside. The link is here:

Northern Weekly Salvo 284

 

By Paul Salveson

Paul was born in Bolton in 1952, one day before the Harrow and Wealdstone rail disaster. He has had a varied career, mostly to do with railways, mixed in with adult education, journalism, politics and community development. After a 25 year exile he is back home in Bolton. He is a visiting professor at the Universities of Bolton and Huddersfield and chairs Bolton and South Lancs Community Rail Partnership

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