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British Railway Atlas 1955 (Railway Atlas) Hardcover – 22 Apr 2010
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However the biggest disappointment are the London map pages. Given the complexity of the network, surely this area warranted blowing up to 12 pages as in S.K.Baker's Rail Atlas. Given this publication's reputation [and being an imprint of Ian Alan] why was not this format used so that a direct comparison be made of then and now? There is also an inconsistency in the way underground and tunnels are shown. I assume that the underground lines are in black, but this is not noted in the introduction nor on pages 39/40. The Central line to the east of London seems to start at Leyton and the line from Newbury Park to Ilford is not shown. Tunnels are shown as thin lines in some places [grids c5/6], but not elsewhere. Why are some underground lines shown and not others? Come on let us have consistency. There are 45 pages of maps, but 32 [un-numbered] pages of the Index to Passenger stations, whereas the Rail atlas has 90 pages of maps[ not including Ireland and 18 pages of index using a smaller but still perfectly adequate font. The next edition of British Railways Atlas 1955 has to be MUCH BETTER if I am to buy it.
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Excellent atlas of Britains railway network prior to Beeching.Published 11 months ago by Alasdair MacDonald