Along UTA Lines - Ulster's Rail Network In The 1960s
Colourpoint Books Colourpoint House, Jubilee Business Park, 21 Jubilee Road, Newtownards, Co. Down, BT23
4YH, NORTHERN IRELAND
* Author - Ian McLarnon Sinclair
It is rare to come across a railway publication which looks at the industrial heritage aspect of railways. Along UTA Lines is one such publication. Drawing heavily on
the photographs of Alan McCutcheon (of Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland fame), the book is a photographic record of stations and other built heritage
structures of Northern Irelands' railways which were in use in the 1960's.
Useful information as to the current day status of structures featured is provided in the accompanying text (mainly recording the demolition of the structure!). The
coverage of each station featured is complimented by a track/features diagram. Well known architectural features, such as Helen's Bay station and less well known
structures, including an impressive side view of Templepatrick station building are covered in the book. I would strongly recommend this publication.
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