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London's Historic Railway Terminal Stations (ePub)

An Illustrated History

Transport London Photographic eBooks Colour eBooks

By Geoff Swaine
Imprint: Pen & Sword Transport
File Size: 124.8 MB (.epub)
Illustrations: 250 colour & black and white illustrations & track layout maps
ISBN: 9781526761897
eBook Released: 30th November 2021


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This book covers in pictures, the history and development of London's main terminal stations, looking at the stations through the lens of photographers from Victorian and Edwardian times through to the modern era.

The main terminal stations in London have changed greatly in the last 150 years, this volume seeks through pictures to capture the spirit of those changes, showing the often interesting and colourful history of these great and often beautiful structures, that are an important part of our railway heritage.

As Featured In

Friends of the NRM Review No. 179 Spring 2022

Featured by

The Broad Gauge Society

"This is a very good reference for those interested in the various terminal stations for the nation’s capital."

Diesel and Electric Modellers United, Winter 22 Issue

As featured in

The City Times (Chelmsford)

About Geoff Swaine

Geoff Swaine was a war baby growing up firstly in Somerset and then London. Being in the centre of London as a boy in the fifties he had access to all those big London Stations. Kings Cross being his favourite often waiting until 10pm to see the night mail out from Platform 10.

A job as a signalman’s assistant after leaving school lasted a short while before he took up a career as an architectural draughtsman.

It was a redundancy in the nineties which led him to get interested in photography and photographing steam engines. A book was published in 200 which turned out to being the first of several. The latest being ‘Pageant of British Steam’.

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