British Railways in the 1960s: Western Region (Pen & Sword)

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An album of high-quality colour and black & white photographs taken from the collection of photographer Geoff Plumb of railways of the former Western Region, taken during the 1960s.

The 1960s was a decade where steam was rapidly being replaced by diesel traction, with steam being totally eradicated by 1968. Photographs in this book cover the extent of the former Great Western Railway, featuring locations from London Paddington towards Devon and Cornwall, as well as locations around the southwest and Wales.

Each photograph is presented in one-per-page format with a detailed caption included at the foot of each page. Hardback. 176 pages.

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