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CREWE REMEMBERED (ALMOST OUT OF PRINT)

978-1-903266-52-6

£12.95

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CREWE REMEMBERED

Crewe. What thoughts this name conjures up in the enthusiast mind: ‘Oh Mr Porter what can I do, I wanted to go to Birmingham and they took me on to Crewe’. Alan Baker’s associations with this railway Mecca go back well into childhood days. He lived in Newcastle-under-Lyme and his Dad used to take him there on Saturday mornings, by train of course, from his local station at Etruria, for a morning’s ‘train spotting’. He bought him his first Ian Allan ABC at the bookstall on the old Platform 5, the 1955 56 Winter Edition for the London Midland Region, and he has it still. The life and times of a railwayman at Crewe explained and illustrated in exquisite detail.

96 Pages Black & White Photographs SOFTBACK

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CREWE REMEMBERED

Crewe. What thoughts this name conjures up in the enthusiast mind: ‘Oh Mr Porter what can I do, I wanted to go to Birmingham and they took me on to Crewe’. Alan Baker’s associations with this railway Mecca go back well into childhood days. He lived in Newcastle-under-Lyme and his Dad used to take him there on Saturday mornings, by train of course, from his local station at Etruria, for a morning’s ‘train spotting’. He bought him his first Ian Allan ABC at the bookstall on the old Platform 5, the 1955 56 Winter Edition for the London Midland Region, and he has it still. The life and times of a railwayman at Crewe explained and illustrated in exquisite detail.

96 Pages Black & White Photographs SOFTBACK

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