A new series of The Architecture, The Railways Built, will begin on the Yesterday Channel in January 2021.
Presented by Tim Dunn, the series visits more examples of the excellent architecture that the railway network has to offer around the world.
The first series was a massive hit as Tim visited the Ffestiniog Railway, the Ribblehead Viaduct, London St Pancras, and travelling abroad.
In the first episode of the new series, Tim will visit Wemyss Bay in Inverclyde, a look at the engineering behind Blackfriars in London and also the Sao Bento station in Portugal.
Yesterday has said that the programme has been produced by Brown Bob Productions and all filming adhered to relevant COVID procedures.
The schedule for the new series is currently being confirmed.
Tim Dunn told RailAdvent: “I’m thrilled to be able to bring so many absolutely fascinating architectural and engineering-related stories to the screens again. We’ve been working so hard behind the scenes to get special access to some really unusual places: especially tricky in the current environment, of course. But we’ve done it! Many, many passionate architecture experts and enthusiastic railway folk are ready to guide us on a journey to more than 30 locations right across our remarkable railway world. I cannot wait to share it all with you!”
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