Sunday 18 June, The Daily Telegraph

Why we should celebrate the survival of narrow-gauge railways – teenage strops notwithstanding

By Chris Arnot
O h, the joys of family life. You see both sides on Britain’s narrow-gauge railway lines – the real joys of extended families relaxed in each other’s company, and the ironic “joys” when one little darling or another gives the impression that he or she would rather be somewhere else....
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