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Train Spotting Log Book: A Journal To Record The Trains You Find!
Railway Top Spots: Revisiting the Top Train Spotting Destinations of our Childhood
A nostalgic look back at the top spots for trainspotters in the 1950s and 60s. A wealth of memories for those once and always train enthusiasts who can remember the excitement of close encounters with steam and speed, tracks and trains, engines and... (more)
Loco Spotter's Guide
From its development in the 1800s, the locomotive has had a huge impact on all aspects of British life as it has carried travelers and freight across the country. Beyond its impact on the nation's economy and daily commute, the loco also spawned... (more)
Train Spotting Logbook: Loco Loco
Seventies Spotting Days Around the London Midland Region
Seventies Spotting Days Around the Western Region
Seventies Spotting Days in the Western Region is a full-colour photographic album depicting the 1970s with coverage of both diesel-electric and diesel-hydraulics from that great period of change on our railways. The captions include items of news,... (more)
Travel By Rail, Log Book: Train Diary Log Book, Train Spotting, Train Log
LMS Steam at Euston & Camden: Loco-Spotting in the 1950s & 1960s
LMS Steam is an unashamed and evocative celebration of the golden age of loco-spotting. The 1950s and 1960s were the final decades for British steam locomotives and for the price of a platform ticket a generation of youngsters gathered on railway... (more)
Sixties Spotting Days Around London & The Home Counties
Train Log Book: Train Diary Log Book, Train Spotting, Train Log
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