This book captures the feel of seventies coach spotting days: the mundane and the unusual; the common and the unique. It takes you on a journey learning to understand the different coach layouts and coach types. How did the numbering system work? Why were there different types of bogies? What were all the non-passenger vehicles for, and why were they not counted as freight wagons? Enjoy this trip back in time with a delightful section of photographs taken from the Transport Treasury photographic archive, supported by scale drawings showing the layout of each type.
Hardback, 80 pages, 85 black & white photographs & drawings