British Railway Southern Region Electrics in Colour for the Modeller and Historian by Bruce Oliver (second hand)

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Bruce Oliver provides an overview of the great variety of EMU and electric locomotives that have graced the Southern Region for the last five decades. It will appeal to all those with an interest in the history of motive power and become an essential reference for modellers of the Southern Region pre-war stock that survived into the 1950s, through to the most recent units that have been introduced into the service.

Paperback, lavishly illustrated in full colour. 96pp. Published by Ian Allan Publishing Ltd 2008, first edition. Good condition, spine intact, no markings, just some slight turning of the corners of the front cover.

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Description

The Southern electrified network had its origins in the pioneering work of the LSWR and LBSCR in the years prior to World War 1. From these origins, the network of electrified lines gradually expanded, particularly during the interwar years and from the late 1950s, converting both suburban and long-distance lines. Today, virtually the entire network of ex-SR lines is fully electrified and countless thousands rely daily on these services for their travel to and from work or for pleasure.

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