Hi. The 2019 edition of the ABC Rail Guide has been split into two volumes. One covers main line systems, the second light rail and heritage railways. I received my heritage volume today, I was most disappointed, the info in the second volume had just been left out of the main volume. The only thing that had been expanded was the London Underground section with numbers added, the preservation section was just addresses and basic numbers, no details on all the preserved railways. Despite this it is a good little addition, but over priced at £12.95. Total cost of both volumes is £35, last year this all priced at £22.50, a massive price hike for little extra. What do others make of this.