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Looking back at WESTERNS

The ever popular Class 52s are our subject for this volume.
We begin with a shot of each of the seventy-four locomotives in the class, with a larger majority of the photographs taken before 1970.

Then follows a study of livery variations during the 1960s and detail differences among the class. The photographic talents of many contributors have been shown to the full advantage with two additional chapters to display some exceptional camerawork.

We also recall the dark days of withdrawals and the scrapyard at Swindon with many evocative shots to recall.

Finally a lingering look back at the huge number of specials that ran behind Westerns in the 1970s.

Once again we present pure archive from the 1960s and 1970s only for your enjoyment.

Approximately 150 colour photographs within 96 pages printed on high quality glossy art paper. HARDBACK

"Well worth a look for fans" RAIL EXPRESS July 2010
"A Superb and well researched book. A Must for all Western Fans" Mr Bradley, Birmingham


ISBN 978-1-905276-40-0

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Looking back at WESTERNS

The ever popular Class 52s are our subject for this volume.
We begin with a shot of each of the seventy-four locomotives in the class, with a larger majority of the photographs taken before 1970.

Then follows a study of livery variations during the 1960s and detail differences among the class. The photographic talents of many contributors have been shown to the full advantage with two additional chapters to display some exceptional camerawork.

We also recall the dark days of withdrawals and the scrapyard at Swindon with many evocative shots to recall.

Finally a lingering look back at the huge number of specials that ran behind Westerns in the 1970s.

Once again we present pure archive from the 1960s and 1970s only for your enjoyment.

Approximately 150 colour photographs within 96 pages printed on high quality glossy art paper. HARDBACK

"Well worth a look for fans" RAIL EXPRESS July 2010
"A Superb and well researched book. A Must for all Western Fans" Mr Bradley, Birmingham


ISBN 978-1-905276-40-0

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