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Stations: Short Storied Inspired by the Overground Line. Editor, Cherry Potts

EditorCherry Potts

Paperback | November 29, 2012

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Twenty-four new short stories in homage to the East and South London section of the London Overground Line: a story for every station from New Cross, Crystal Palace and West Croydon at the Southern extremes of the line, all the way to Highbury & Islington.From tigers in a South London suburb to retired Victorian police inspectors investigating train based thefts, from collectors of poets at Shadwell to life-changing decisions in Canonbury, by way of an art installation that defies the boundaries of a gallery, Stations takes a sideways look through the windows of the Overground train, at life as it is, or might be, lived beside the rails: quirky, humorous and sometimes horrifying.
Title:Stations: Short Storied Inspired by the Overground Line. Editor, Cherry PottsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:194 pages, 7.81 × 5.06 × 0.41 inPublished:November 29, 2012Publisher:Arachne PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1909208019

ISBN - 13:9781909208018

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Twenty-four new short stories in homage to the East and South London section of the London Overground Line: a story for every station from New Cross, Crystal Palace and West Croydon at the Southern extremes of the line, all the way to Highbury & Islington.From tigers in a South London suburb to retired Victorian police inspectors investigating train based thefts, from collectors of poets at Shadwell to life-changing decisions in Canonbury, by way of an art installation that defies the boundaries of a gallery, Stations takes a sideways look through the windows of the Overground train, at life as it is, or might be, lived beside the rails: quirky, humorous and sometimes horrifying.