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Scottish Steam in the 1950s and '60s

by David Anderson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0860934799, Hardcover)

This is a pictorial work depicting the wide variety of steam locomotives and trains in Scotland during the 1950s and early 1960s. The illustrations are arranged geographically within the former Scottish shires and extend from Dumfries in the south to Wick in the North, and from Oban in the west to Aberdeen in the north east. The motive power ranges from the Caledonian Railway "Pug", to the main line express locomotives at a time when many engines were operated by their own regular crews and received the highest standard of maintenance. All the illustrations in this work are captioned with details of the locomotive depicted, the train being worked and the location. It also includes a pictorial survey of all steam locomotive types to be found on the Scottish Region of British Railways in 1954.

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