Two more series of The Architecture The Railways Built will be coming to factual channel Yesterday.
The two ten-part series will be led by railway historian and architecture enthusiast Tim Dunn, following him as he travels around Britain and beyond visiting the unique architecture that lines the railway networks.
With behind the scenes access, Dunn gets to explore beyond the viaducts and stations, discovering other buildings with stunning architecture that were created due to the railways, including signal boxes, tunnels, pedestrian passages, workshops and hotels.
The first series boasted some impressive locations, from the majestic Ribblehead Viaduct in North Yorkshire, to the historic St Pancras station in London and the futuristic Rotterdam Centraal station in Holland.
UKTV’s deputy director of commissioning, Hilary Rosen commented: “I’m delighted that we are bringing back this jewel of a show with a bumper order. Tim has already developed a devoted following and his deep knowledge and passion for all things railway mean that the audience can expect an even bigger treat.”
The Architecture The Railways Built is currently filming in accordance to COVID-19 guidelines and series one is available to watch on UKTV Play.