The London Midland Region covered a huge part of England from London to the north and north west, from the Scottish borders into the south west. It served huge metropolitan cities and towns, supported heavy industry, and ran through areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Peak District and Lake District. Modelling the Midland Region from 1948 is an essential guide to creating your own model based on the London Midland Region of the British Railways era. It covers the history of the London Midland Region; British Rail and LMS locomotives; passenger and goods rolling stock; structures and scenery unique to the region, and signalling and electrification. The authors of this book are trustees of the charity Famous Trains model railway and directors of its operating company Famous Trains Ltd.
Modelling the Midland Region from 1948 by Colin Boocock Tony Clarke Peter Swift
About the author
Colin Boocock is an experienced railway mechanical engineer and President of the charity Famous Trains model railway. Tony Clarke is the vice -chairman of the charity Famous Trains model railway. He also oversees its layout development and education outreach. He is a retired primary school headteacher and specializes in model railway scenic work. Peter Swift, a retired railway mechanical engineer from BR's former Research Department. is secretary of the charity Famous Trains model railway. Peter is also archivist for the Historical Model Railway Society and is a mine of information for railway modellers.
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