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Adrian Vaughan

Adrian Vaughan, foremost railway historian, discovered Brunel's Great Western railway in 1946, when he passed under the line daily on his way to school. He worked on the railways until 1975, since when he has written twenty-five books on the subject, most recently The Heart of the Great Western (1994), Railwaymen, Politics and Money: The Great Age of Railways in Britain (John Murray, 1997) and Tracks to Disaster (2000).