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New book features whisky trail for railway enthusiasts.

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'Iron Road to Whisky Country' is the latest book by popular railway writer Michael Pearson.

Aiming to fill Moray's hotels and shops with railway enthusiasts the book focuses on the Keith to Dufftown heritage line and the Inverness to Aberdeen line.

Written as a travel guide and encouraging readers to follow his footsteps, Pearson claims that the routes chosen are among the most enjoyable, yet least known in Britain. In a special arrangement the publisher Wayzgoose and ScotRail have agreed for the book to be sold on the catering trolleys of the rail operator's trains. It is priced at GBP4.99.
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Title Annotation:'Iron Road to Whisky Country' by Michael Pearson
Publication:M2 Best Books
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Date:Sep 10, 2002
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