Modelling the Midland Region from 1948

Modelling the Midland Region from 1948
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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 all aspects of researching and modelling the Midland Region.

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Colin Boocock is a trustee of the charity Famous Trains model railway and director of its operating company Famous Trains Ltd. He is an experienced railway mechanical engineer and President of Famous Trains.  

Tony Clarke is a trustee of the charity Famous Trains model railway and director of its operating company Famous Trains Ltd. Tony Clarke specializes in model railway scenery and is Famous Train’s vice-chairman. 

Peter Swift is a trustee of the charity Famous Trains model railway and director of its operating company Famous Trains Ltd. Peter Swift is archivist for the Historical Model Railway Society and is Famous Train’s secretary. 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781785005190
Illustrations: 232 color photos and 15 diagrams
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
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