Odd Corners of the London MidlandEric Sawford brings together a collection of facts and photographs about the London Midland region of British Rail. The book features rare and commonplace examples of station architecture, yards, signal types, signal boxes, coaches, wagons, signs, lamps, maps, tickets and notices.
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Odd Corners of the London Midland Summary
In his new book Eric Sawford has brought together a fascinating collection of facts and photographs about the London Midland region of BR. The age of steam was more than locomotives and trains: it also consisted of rolling stock, paperwork and all the infrastructure of a complex transport system. This bok features rare and commonplace examples of station architecture, yards, sheds, signal types, signal boxes, trackwork, bridges, coaches, wagons, signs, lamps, maps, tickets and notices, as well as ordinary railwaymen and their work. Most of the photographs included are drawn from the author's own extensive archives, and are previously unpublished. Odd Corners of the London Midland will be entertaining and informative reading for the general enthusiast, as well as for modellers, preservationists and historians.
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Odd Corners of the London Midland
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