This particular volume of John Swift's layout drawings takes us on a peripheral tour round London starting with places served by the former London, Tilbury & Southen Railway from Fenchurch Street to Shoeburyness both via the direct route and via Tilbury.
The North London Railway's lines from the docks around Poplar and Blackwall along to Broad Street and then on to Kew.
Finally, we round off the tour taking a look along the West London and West London Extension Railways from Chelsea to North Pole and Mitre Bridge.
A combined index of all the locations in the collection can be downloaded from our main web site entirely free of charge.
The diagrams are provided in PDF format to A4 size and can be read by pretty well any computer, tablet or mobile phone. It is possible to print the PDF files.
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British Railways Layout Plans of the 1950s, Kew to Shoeburyness
- Product Code: PB-Swift-51-CD
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