Fellows Library Entry
HISTORICAL TRANSPORT MAP OF WILTSHIRE by Neil Butters
Publication date: Unknown
Donated by: Neil Butters
A copy of this book is available for loan.
This attractive full-colour map - available folded or flat (many have been sold to schools) - brings together for the first time a mass of detailed information about Wiltshire's remarkable rich transport history. It shows every railway line - including military and industrial lines, every station, every canal, and every airfield that have ever existed in the county; plus all opening and closing dates
Biography of Neil Butters:
Career railway manager who began working full time for BR as a Traffic Management Trainee in Bristol in 1970. After a varied career around the country, he is now back in Bristol near Temple Meads as Secretary of the Railway Heritage Committee - a Great Britain-wide statutory body now under the Department for Transport. Formally, he is one of the last-surviving employees of BRB (Residuary) Ltd, for whom also he acts as Heritage Officer. For many years he lived in Swindon, where he served as a Borough and Parish Councillor. He remains a Director of the Swindon Railway Heritage Centre Trust