The book is an attractive and well-produced volume comprising 192 pages of text plus acknowledgements, contents list, index and bibliography.
For the price this is a good book and specifically for SPAB members highlights many schemes where railway buildings have found new uses outside of the operational railways.
Most railway architecture has had to adapt to its predecessor. This fascinating book shows how skilfully that can be done. It also points to a future where Crossrail, HS2 and other projects will deliver an entirely new architectural legacy. Britain’s great railway journey is far from over.