A companion volume to A Family in Africa
Trains have always held a fascination for Seaton and when he retired, he took the opportunity to do some extensive travel. As well as his round the world epic, he took a trip to Sicily which involved sixty-one trains, and toured Lithuania, Poland, Hungary and Romania on two visits. Enjoy his many descriptions of breakfast, his frustrations with trains whose windows cannot be opened limiting his photgrapy, and forty of the pictures that he manged to take nevertheless.
281 pages, 230x153