For enthusiasts and researchers of the Great Eastern Railway
NEW OCTOBER 2016. A set of twenty black-and-white photographs illustrating the Tendring Hundred lines. The shots were taken in the end-of-steam/early electric and diesel era - the late 1950s or the early 1960s.
The file starts with a page of introduction, followed by a diagrammatic map of the route. Then comes a page outlining train workings on the line during the 1950s. There follow twenty pages each containing one of the photos plus a brief caption to it. A photograph is intended to be viewed so it is as large as possible on your screen, and it should look very effective like that.
Locations featured include Colchester main-line station and St Botolph's, Hythe (and its tramway), Wivenhoe (with a detour to Brightlingsea), Great Bentley, Thorpe-le-Soken, Clacton-on-Sea, Kirby Cross, Frinton-on-Sea and Walton-on-Naze.
Each picture can be also be printed in good definition at approximately six inches by four if desired. This is achieved by opting on the 'Print...' page for page scaling to be none. Alternatively, if you set the paper to be landscape and choose scaling to fit to printable area, it will come out as an A4 print - inevitably with lower resolution but still it is hoped acceptable.
The file will be available to download as soon as payment has been made. You go to your account and click on ‘Downloads’. New customers create an account as they place their order.
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