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The Ghost Train

Edited by Faith Moulin

Published 2016


Those interested in local history, or in the Strawberry Line, will enjoy this collection of reminiscences from nine retired railwaymen who worked on the Strawberry Line (Cheddar Valley Branch line) from the 1930s until closure. The book also features black and white photos and a brief update on the Strawberry Line today and its future.


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A Life on the Railway

By Colin Forse

Narrated by Faith Moulin

Published 2014


Colin Forse's railway career ran from 1948 to 1996. From a lad working in the Yatton West signal box, he progressed through being a fireman on the Cheddar Valley branch line and later drove steam and diesel powered engines including HSTs. He returned to steam in the 1980s when he became an Inspector on steam trains running over British Railways track. In an informal, chatty style, he tells it how it was - hard physical work that had many moments of fun. Illustrated with photos from Colin's own albums.

Treasured Trees of Yatton and Congresbury

with a foreword by David Bellamy OBE

Published 2012


A very readable forty-eight pages on 60 significant trees in Yatton and Congresbury with full-colour photos on every page. The book links local trees to national, global, historic and cultural events.


Limited stock available at £5 per book.


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YACWAG Tree Trails

Devised by Alex Ballard and Faith Moulin (2013).


These local walks have been produced by YACWAG to promote our amazing trees and encourage us to care for them. You can follow the trail using this leaflet (PDF) by following the map's red dotted line and by reading the accompanying text which provides directions and the names of the trees you will see.


Both these small publications are available here free of charge as a downloadable PDF.

YACWAG Yatton Tree Trail  (1.5 MB)

YACWAG Congresbury Tree Trail  (1.5 MB)