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ePub Bygone London download
Author:
Kevin McCormack
ISBN13:
978-0711031074
ISBN:
071103107X
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Publisher:
Ian Allan Publishing (May 19, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Europe
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1562 kb
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1274 kb
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Taking London's public transport as its cornerstone and recording the long lost and much mourned trams and trolleybuses, as well as the replacing of diesel buses, the book is also an exploration into the atmosphere and character of London during the period.

Bygone london Mccormack, Kevin Неизвестно 9780711031074 : Compiles a selection of historic colour photographs recording London in the years between the end of World War 2 and the 1960s. 2006 Иллюстрации: 85 colour photographs Размер: 240 x 184 Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг

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The trains featured are therefore semi-fast passenger, suburban passenger and freights. The advantage of casting the net beyond services in and out of London itself is to increase the variety of locomotive types and diesel/electric units featured, making the book a thoroughly interesting read.

Following on from the title Streets of London several new and unpublished collections of material became available, allowing the author to compile a further selection of historic colour photographs recording London in the years between the end of World War 2 and the 1960s. "Bygone London" is further exploration of a changing city. Alongside photographs of long-departed trams and trolleybuses are rare colour images portraying the Festival of Britain in 1951 and other facets of Metropolitan life during these years.