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British Type 3 Diesel Locomotives (ePub)

Classes 33, 35, 37 and upgraded 31

Transport > Trains & Railways

By David Cable
Imprint: Pen & Sword Transport
Series: Modern Traction Profiles
File Size: 118.1 MB (.epub)
Pages: 261
Illustrations: 200
ISBN: 9781473899704
Published: 3rd April 2018


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The Type 3 Diesel Locomotive album comprises over 200, mainly unpublished, full sized colour photographs of four classes of British engines, developed in the earlier years of the Modernisation Plan.

The Type 3 included four classes of locomotive of medium power output, which undertook a wide range of duties from Main line and local passenger services, various freight duties and departmental work. Several are still in use on the national network, and can be seen in various parts of the country

The Book has been compiled by David Cable, who has authored a range of very successful colour albums for Pen and Sword Books Ltd. The photos illustrate the many duties and colour schemes of the classes in a variety of locations and colour schemes of the classes in a variety of locations, using largely unpublished photographs from his extensive collection.

Each class is covered very well showing different liveries as well as a wonderful variety of trains.

Bradford Railway Circle
 David Cable

About David Cable

David Cable (1929-2017) was interested in trains from a very early age, and this developed into an interest in train photography in 1947. David was the author of many photo albums, covering modern traction in the UK since the 1960s, as well as volumes based on his visits to other countries over the last 40 years. During his life he travelled throughout Europe, North America and Australia, as well as some Far Eastern countries and Morocco.

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