Mortons Media Group have worked in conjunction with digital archiving experts, Exact Editions, to digitise their railway titles collection, available now in the shop to purchase individually on a quarterly or annual basis. Readers have a selection of sixteen books to choose from, suitable for railway enthusiasts who may wish to read up more on certain historical periods and railway firsts. 

Mortons Media Group is a long-established and highly respected independent publishing company, established in the 19th century. They are committed to producing quality publications on a range of topics — from railway, military and aviation history to consumer issues, hobbies, crime and politics. Producing between 25 and 30 bookazines a year, their railway titles are the first digital collection to be on offer on the Exact Editions site. 

Available to subscribers across the web, iOS and Android access via the Exact Editions app, subscribers of the Morton railway titles will have an enhanced reading experience with included features that allow of the entirety of the book to be searchable, fully linked and an clickable table of contents. Exact Editions are offering two railway titles to be free to read for seven days:

Great British Railway Firsts covers the invention of the world’s first self-propelled railway locomotive, and the first public railway, passenger trains, public steam line, inter-city and more. 

Read about it now by clicking the link below and receive 7 days free access:

Britain’s Weirdest Railways tracks the amazing journey along the most unusual railways ever built in Britain. Written by Heritage Railway editor, Robin Jones, who has combed the British Isles to find the country’s weirdest railways, and presented the strangest of them in one volume which includes a secret railway network beneath Wiltshire, a secret railway running through the fairytale island of St Michael’s Mount in Cornwall, and the remains of a complete network on Steep Holm in the Bristol Channel.

Read about it now by clicking the link below and receive 7 days free access:

Annual subscriptions to the railway titles in the collection are available to purchase by clicking here.