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THE LOCOMOTIVE CLUB OF GREAT BRITAIN

The Locomotive Club of Great Britain's main objectives are to foster a keen interest in UK and Overseas railways, and to support the railway preservation movement. The Club is affiliated to the Heritage Railway Association. Founded in 1949, Club membership stands at around 700 and includes enthusiasts living in many parts of the globe. Our web site is at http://www.lcgb.org.uk .

What do we sell?

Books, including our own publications – stock books, shed books and records of preserved locomotives across Europe and sometimes even further afield. We also have an extensive collection of photographs (including the Ken Nunn Collection) from which purchases may be made.

How can I find out more?

Our books are athttp://www.lcgb.org.uk/html/sales.htm .

For the photograph collection of around 11800 subjects go to http://www.lcgb.org.uk/html/photos.htm . There are individual printed lists which you may request (a reasonable number will be supplied free of charge, otherwise an appropriate donation would be welcome), or there is a CD containing them all which you may purchase. Lists you may be particularly interested in concern the GER (40 pages), one covering what are classed as LNER minor constituents (CV&HR, E&WYUR, Mid-Suffolk, H&BR, M&GNJR, GNSR, NBR – 6 pages) and the London Tilbury & Southend (inc. MR-built 4-6-4T and LMS-built 4-4-2T – 3 pages). Postcard prints cost £1.00 each plus postage (2012). Larger sizes can be provided for the sharper prints.

How do I make a purchase?

Books and photographs are ordered separately, by post. For books you pay by cheque made out to the Locomotive Cub of Great Britain; Visa and Mastercard are also accepted if you quote your details on the order. Orders for photographs require payment by cheque.

A few examples of what is available

ger1303This photograph is No. 0568 from our collection. It shows GER No. 1303 standing at Ipswich.

Photograph 0009 depicts GER No. 1874 storming up Brentwood bank. ger1874

ltsr44This is a photograph of London, Tilbury and Southend Railway No. 44 at Fenchurch Street. It is number 0556 in our Collection.

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