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Rob Bell explores the lost landscapes and infrastructure of some of Britain's former railway lines.

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Station: Channel 5 (GB)
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Status: Running
Start: 2018-09-21

Walking Britain's Lost Railways Air Dates


S01E05 - Somerset and Dorset Air Date: 19 October 2018 20:00 -

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This lost line once transformed the fortunes of seaside towns, but it was expensive and difficult to maintain, and the boggy Somerset Levels presented a challenge to laying tracks.


S01E06 - Wales Air Date: 26 October 2018 20:00 -

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Rob Bell visits Wales to examine the story of a lost line between Ruabon and Barmouth. The route represented a sea-change in how ordinary Victorian working families were granted affordable access to the landscape and language of the Welsh heartlands. He takes a trip across the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct - the oldest and longest navigable aqueduct in Great Britain and the highest in the world - and goes canoeing in Lake Bala. In Dolgellau, Rob meets a local harpist and hears the sounds that became intrinsically tied to the image of Wales.


S02E01 - Derbyshire Air Date: 09 February 2020 20:00 -

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Rob Bell explores more abandoned rail routes, beginning with one that cut an outrageous path through the dramatic hills and gorges of the Peak District - part of the 1860s express route between London and Manchester. From Matlock to the spa town splendour of Buxton, Rob unearths a tale of Victorian ambition, as he travels along a route filled with great engineering, which is now a beloved part of the Peak District National Park.


S02E02 - The Durham Coalfields Air Date: 16 February 2020 20:00 -

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Rob tells the story of the 1822 Hetton line.



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