For enthusiasts and researchers of the Great Eastern Railway
NEW OCTOBER 2015. In the early days of British Railways there was an Eastern Region Staff Railway Society – a group of railway workers who were interested in railways – whose headquarters were described as the Up Main Platform, Seven Kings Station (later Goodmayes). In the early 1970s they published a total of nine small magazines which they called Handbooks. All of them are supplied on this CD, in word-searchable form. The number of pages in them ranged from 96 to 148, including adverts. The front cover was in colour, and occasional colour was used inside to adorn some of the editorial pages and a few of the adverts. There were many photographs (both of steam and of the railway of the time), often supplied by members, but these were always in black and white.
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