LRR.DL: The London Railway Record Issues 1 to 36 as a Download.
NEW FEBRUARY 2023. The London Railway Record is a quarterly magazine, first brought out by our member Jim Connor in October 1994. It still continues now edited by Peter Kay, also one of our members.
We must thank both of them for willingly agreeing that we may offer these out-of-print early editions as a download, though it should be stressed that the copyright of those particular ones remains firmly with Jim Connor. Our thanks are also very much due to Bill King, whose initiative and hard work led to us getting this opportunity.
As its name implies, The London Railway Record deals with mainly historical aspects of all the railways of the capital including the London Underground. The articles are accompanied by plenty of black and white illustrations. The GER suburban lines get their fair share of coverage. You can see a list of the main articles which feature in issues 1 to 36 HERE. A typical issue contains around 40 pages, making a total of 1466 pages on offer.
What you get here is a set of files - as well as the magazines themselves as PDFs, we provide guidance notes on how to optimise your viewing experience and how to perform a single word search of all thirty-six issues, plus other general information. When these copies become available on the second-hand market they fetch quite a high price, so we hope you consider less that 30p an issue for the complete run is acceptable.
If you add this item to your cart and buy it, you will be able to download a link to click on. The actual files are quite big, totalling 230 MB, so inevitably they will then take a short while to download - a minute or more, perhaps. What you will eventually end up with is a zipped folder. If you have Windows on a PC, right-click on the folder to get a menu and choose 'extract all...' or 'unzip...'.
- Brand: GERS Downloadable Files
- Product Code: LRR.DL
- Availability: In Stock