THE BRANCH LINE by Dorothy lewes

THE BRANCH LINE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Three children indulge in a strange preoccupation-- train-spotting. When they learn from the branch station master that the line is to be closed, Rory, Kay and Gerald set about to save it. Through various devices, they succeed, and Jo Smoke keeps his job. Realism is at a low ebb in the brief tale which is written with a simple vocabulary in merely adequate prose.

Pub Date: Oct. 4th, 1963
Publisher: Coward-McCann