Great British Railway Journeys – 17 November 2020 – 17/11/2020 – Tuesday – SBS
Michael Portillo is in the Scottish Highlands on the last leg of his rail journey through 1930s Britain. He begins in Elgin’s port, the coastal town of Lossiemouth, where James Ramsay MacDonald, the Labour Party’s first Prime Minister, was born.
Michael Portillo boards the Great Western Railway at the Cornish seaside resort of St Ives. Steered by his 1930s Bradshaw’s Guide, this week he’ll explore the West Country between the wars.
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About Great British Railway Journeys
Michael Portillo travels along the railway networks of Great Britain and Ireland, referring to a Victorian guidebook written by George Bradshaw as he describes how the destinations have changed.
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