Eleven Minutes Late: A Train Journey to the Soul of Britain

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  • 334

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  • 9780330512374

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  • 129 mm

    Width
  • 198 mm

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  • 294 gram

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  • PAPERBACK

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  • 1-MAR-10

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  • 23 mm

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    Description

    Britain gave railways to the world, yet its own network is the dearest (definitely) and the worst (probably) in Western Europe. Trains are deeply embedded in the national psyche and folklore—yet it is considered uncool to care about them. For Matthew Engel the railway system is the ultimate expression of Britishness. It represents all the nations ingenuity, incompetence, Britain gave railways to the world, yet its own network is the dearest (definitely) and the worst (probably) in Western Europe. Trains are deeply embedded in the national psyche and folklore—yet it is considered uncool to care about them. For Matthew Engel...  Read More

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