This fine new book examines the origins, history and reinstatement of a key railway across Central Scotland. It records and celebrates the achievement in re-opening a route which is seen as pivotal for the economic and social regeneration of communities and which will contribute environmental benefits. Thoroughly researched and richly illustrated, it also describes the challenges met in constructing the longest new British railway line since 1910 and the prospects for its success. 112 pages A4, colour. Published 22nd November 2010.