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Description - From Crewe to Euston by Rod Steele

Compiled by a lifelong railway enthusiast, "From Crewe to Euston" overflows with nostalgia for the golden age of steam railways. In 200 photographs, Rod Steele takes us from Crewe, the hub of the London Midland Region and most trainspotters' Mecca, to London Euston, via the southern portion of the West Coast mainline and including stops at Stafford, Tamworth, the Trent Valley, Rugby, Bletchley and Watford, as well as Willesden and Camden sheds. Along the 158 mile route, we see a wide range of motive power, including all the principal ex-LMS locomotives - Duchesses, Princesses, Patriots, Jubilees and Black Fives. Also illustrated are a number of named trains, such as the Caledonian, the Mancunian, the Merseyside Express and the Royal Scot. Join the trainspotters of the 1950s and early '60s on this trip down memory lane.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780750947534
ISBN-10: 0750947535
Format: Hardback
(263mm x 194mm x 10mm)
Pages: 144
Imprint: Sutton Publishing Ltd
Publisher: The History Press Ltd
Publish Date: 2-Feb-2007
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Rod Steele

Rod Steele is a lifelong railway enthusiast and accomplished railway modeller, and over the years has accumulated a huge collection of railway photographs. Rod has written a number of magazine articles about steam railways but this is his first book.

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