The Daily Telegraph

The Architectu­re the Railways Built

Yesterday, 8pm


Rail historian Tim Dunn returns for another charming series of railway wonders. His first stop is Scotland’s iconic Forth Bridge, completed in 1890; Dunn is so enthused by the suspension bridge’s ambitious engineerin­g that not even his fear of heights will stop him exploring its dizzying summit. Elsewhere, he pays a visit to the idyllic Goathland station in North Yorkshire, better known as the magical Hogsmeade station in the Harry Potter films.

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