Southern Steam Days Remembered III
The success of the first volume which has now sold out has sent us back into the archive to publish another fine collection of colour photographs from the 1950s and 1960s around the Southern. Along with the usual selection of Bulleids we can enjoy a wide range of Standards, Maunsell designs along with many of the surviving locomotives from the pre-grouping companies. Some of the fascinating specials are seen in addition, which brought further engines somewhat alien to the Southern Region in the days of regular steam.
The author as a real fan of Southern steam has located some absolute classic views to ensure this volume will be a real favourite.
Introduction - The Day of the "Hush Hush" Train
Branches and Byways
Changing of the Colours
Golden Arrow Duty
Bulleid Nameplate Glory
Shed & Works Visits
Up the Links
The first volume had a much larger print run and sold out within two years, the second and third volumes have been limited to just 1000 copies, be sure to secure your copies.
Approximately 160 pages full colour approx 156 photographs printed on high quality glossy art paper, HARDBACK
"Very strongly recommended" - Railway Magazine November 2017
"I just thought I'd write to thank you for your hard work in producing such a superb series. The quality of the pictures and the paper/printing is excellent. You have really dug up some gems of photos." - Mel Britton
"Thank you. As expected they were delivered today. I think the books are brilliant, I only wish I had been taking Steam magazine earlier so that I could have got Pt.1" - Ken Sargent by email