For enthusiasts and researchers of the Great Eastern Railway
NEW FEBRUARY 2014. The CD contains drawings of Sudbury station, an example of the '1865' style of architecture, from measurements taken in 1979. The main drawing comes in two formats: one to view on-screen and zoom in, and the other suitable to take to a local copy shop to print out on a sheet of A2 paper at 4mm scale. There are also three other drawings which are A4-sized and so may be printed at home.
These are accompanied by photographs taken from around 1960 to 1985, supplied with captions. If your interest lies mainly in these, you may be better served by choosing File PP001 - it is cheaper, and available for instant download.
Suggestions are also made concerning sources of further information - in reading, modelling and the internet.
If you place an order for this item, the CD will be posted to you. A charge to cover postage and packing is added at the checkout before you commit yourself to buy.
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