Some interesting (non-Stuttgart) photographs

Two links I came across recently.

The Daily Telegraph has a picture gallery of women at work on the railways during WW1.  Interesting stuff, and some good photos of London termini, and also of Horwich works, with its own narrow gauge (18″?) line around the works.

These photographs come from the Science and Society Picture Library .  This is a mine of information and photographs, representing the visual collections of the Science Museum, Media Museum, National Railway Museum and Museum of Science & Industry.  Pictures may be downloaded for private use, but not reproduced – so no pictures in this post.  Good for a browse and liable to slow one’s modelling…..

 

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Secretary of the East Surrey N Gauge railway club
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