Britain's Railways in Unseen Black & White (Transport Treasury)

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Roy Vincent was one of a band of enthusiasts whose interest in railways was both amateur and professional.

In the former status he travelled widely, especially on what had once been LNER lines and similarly the GWR in Cornwall. His legacy is an archive of several thousand black and white and colour images showing the railway scene of the time, especially useful as it is not always ‘loco-centric'.

This album of black & white photographs presents what are mainly urban railway locations, principally during the 1950s, a time when Britain was slowly climbing out of austerity. Each photograph is accompanied by an informative caption. 112 pages.

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