Join Kate Humble on foot as she visits some of Britain’s beautiful coastal destinations.
Brand new series that explores the stunning architecture that lines the railway network. Transport historian and architecture enthusiast Tim Dunn celebrates the radical design and often challenging construction of many station buildings across the UK and Europe, from grand edifices in major cities to tiny rural stations serving small communities.
Michael Portillo travels from Lynton to Exeter, visiting a garden used as a viewing platform for public hangings and examining a timepiece like no other.
Michael Portillo travels from Taunton to Minehead, operating a 19th-century signal box and summoning all his strength to move a 110-ton steam locomotive.
Rob Bell discovers the lines that unlocked the wild coastline of North Devon, starting in Ilfracombe where spectacular cliffs kept this fishing town secret for centuries.