Two types of train station walks are covered in this book: there are those from existing train stations that still have passengers bustling about them, and there are those from platforms that fell silent in the infamous closures of the 1960s. Whether you are wanting to reach your starting point via train or delve into the history of transport in the Peak District, this book has something for you.
Peak District Walks
One thing all the train station walks have in common is that they enjoy a fabulous route into some breath-taking countryside. Gorges, woodland, moors, farmland, rivers, glacial valleys and some tremendous hills are all included in this series of 20 walks, linked together by the transport routes that, today and in the past, dissected the Peak District.
About the author:
Peter Naldrett lives on the edge of the Peak District and works as a teacher and writer. His previous walking books include the Trigpoint Walks series and A Dog Walker's Guide to Derbyshire and the Peak District. A regular contributor to countryside magazine and newspapers, Peter has also written a GCSE Geography text book.
Distance: 1.5 to 6.3 miles
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