The key to a successful marvellous day out is research and planning before leaving home.
We hope you enjoy reading about our Amazing Women and exploring places associated with them.
If you want to know more we have listed some further reading and more details of books to read.
Rail Atlas Great Britain and Ireland – S.K. Baker
British Railway Atlas – M.G. Ball
Railway Day Trips – Julian Holland
Bradford Peace Trail (third edition)
Pennine Rails And Trails – John Morrison and Lydia Speakman (published 1990 but worth hunting down)
Elizabeth Raffald – Suze Appleton
Suffragette – My Own Story – Emmeline Pankhurst
Ellen Wilkinson – From Red Suffragist to Government Minister – Paula Bartley
Gracie Fields – David Bret
Frances Hodgson Burnett – Gretchen Gerzina
The Case of the Cottingley Fairies – Joe Cooper
Girls Can Do Anything – Caitlin Doyle
Kathleen: The Life Of Kathleen Ferrier 1912 – 1953 – Maurice Leonard
The Life Of Charlotte Bronte – Elizabeth Gaskell
Alison Uttley: Spinner of Tales – Denis Judd
Presenting the Past: Anne Lister of Halifax, 1791-1840 – Jill Liddington
The Brontës, The (Life & Works) – Christopher Martin
Elizabeth Gaskell: A Habit of Stories – Jenny Uglow
Sanctuary from the Trenches: The Stamford Hospital at Dunham Massey – Susie Stubbs
Our Zoo: The real story of my life at Chester Zoo – June Mottershead