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Author takes the train

by Paul Wilkinson

Posted: 10 Jan 2014 @ 12:22

A FORMER senior Army commander, who now assists as a guide at York Minster, has spent four years researching trips from London, by train, to 33 Anglican cathedrals in England.

Major-General Murray Naylor, who is now retired, has devised excursions to each of the cathedrals, including a trip that takes in 14 of them, which can be completed in little more than a week. The results have been published in a book, England's Cathedrals by Train.

"I have had an enormous ...

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