Steam Around London (Capital)

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By Michael Welch. London’s status as the capital city of Great Britain ensured it developed as a focal point of Britain’s railway network. Many prestigious named trains ran from the city to destinations around the country. In addition to the long distance express trains, London also boasted a dense suburban network of lines, much of which was still steam operated well into the 1950s.

Steam Around London contains a selection of high quality colour photographs of steam locomotives operating around London during the 1950s and 1960s. Includes images of express passenger, suburban and freight trains. Each photograph is accompanied by an extensive caption. Hardback. 96 pages.

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