The Loughton Railway 150 Years On, by Chris Pond, Ian Strugnell and Ted Martin

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The Loughton Railway 150 Years On, by Chris Pond, Ian Strugnell and Ted Martin

The Loughton Railway 150 Years On, by Chris Pond, Ian Strugnell and Ted Martin

Published by the Loughton and District Historical Society in 2006, 96 pages. Paperback (N4664P1)

This book provides a fascinating history of the railway in and around Loughton over the last 150 years, and offers an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the local history of the Essex town, as well as people interested in the early history and development of England's railway network. Chapters include:

  • Early proposals for Railways in the Loughton area
  • The railway and its effect on Loghton
  • Complaints from a Branch Line
  • Loughton's Stations - a brief history
  • What was the first station like? The Evidence
  • The Recreation Ground
  • Debates on Platforms
  • Engines, Engineers and Rolling Stock

The book includes four pages of black and white photographs, and several small maps and line drawings

The condition of the book is excellent. The cover has one or two very minor scuffs but is generally clean and tidy, the spine is intact and all pages are clean, intact, unblemished and tightly bound.


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