The Daily Telegraph
The Architecture the Railways Built
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.