The Right Way, the Wrong Way and the Railway takes a real ‘warts and all’ look at the Victorian Railways. Eight years in the making, this book abounds in history, humour, railway stuff-ups and the typical stupidity which often went with The Job.
From the mysteries of safeworking to suburban shenanigans, from close shaves to the downright bizarre, this book has it all – right across the state – from the 1920s through to the 1980s. From the memories of 50 railwaymen and women, this book is ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’ of the Victorian Railways!
Softbound with 162 full-colour pages, this unique publication is complimented by over 100 mostly colour photographs – many never before published – and is an absolute must for anyone interested in the history of the Victorian Railways.