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The Miracle railway

I was honoured to have been asked in 2022 if I was willing to do some photography for an author Cenarth Fox for the cover of his book.

The Miracle Railway.

The Miracle Railway volume one was taken at Weybourne station from the North Norfolk Railway in July 2022 from the footbridge overlooking this fantastically restored railway station in Norfolk.

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Railway Track

The Story

In 1910, George Miracle, 12, swept the platforms of London's busiest railway station. His pay is terrible, but the tips are like gold. Having an uncle as a stationmaster can be a disadvantage. With smoke and steam all around, he deals with passengers, their pets, proposals and problems. Helping one chap sees George travel to Hampstead Heath, where he's arrested for murder! As a teenager, he's conscripted and joins the army to fight in France. War is hell. Britain's railways are a mess, with 120 companies often fighting for the same passengers and freight. Amalgamate is the cry, and 120 becomes 4. George's uncle moves from London to the sticks taking George and his family with him. Small station, pretty village and gorgeous little branch line with fascinating yet bonkers staff. Talk about a lifestyle change. But is there room for romance in George's life? New dangers lurk. Road haulage companies threaten to kill the railways. Little branch lines are due for the chop. Can George Miracle survive? Book 2 in the series - The Miracle Branch Line.

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