For enthusiasts and researchers of the Great Eastern Railway

D08.CD Framlingham

  • D08.CD Framlingham

This is a CD of our drawing D8, a tracing of an original plan at a scale of one chain to one inch from GER or LNER days. It depicts the track layout from Framlingham station throat to the buffer stops with the location of signals shown. All buildings and structures on railway land are there in plan view including the goods shed, granary and engine shed.

If your intention is to view the plan on-screen and zoom in to perhaps 75% or 100% on a chosen area to see the detail, you can achieve that more cheaply by downloading file MP044.

The CD does contain this same file, marked as 'For home viewing'. The original drawing was approximately 28 inches by 15 inches, however, and the CD also has a second much larger version of the file labelled 'For professional printing'. If you wish for a full-size paper copy, you should take the CD to a local printer and request a print-out from that file: it will require a sheet of A1 paper, which may then be trimmed down to size. The drawing should then appear at a scale of 1 chain to an inch.

UPDATE OCTOBER 2018.  A gradient profile for the entire Framlingham branch has become available, and this is now also provided on the CD. If you have bought D08.CD previously and wish for the gradient profile, let us know via an email to sales@gersociety.org.uk and you will be supplied with it.

If you place an order for this item, the CD will be posted to you. A charge to cover postage and packing is added at the checkout before you commit yourself to buy.

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File Size (MB) 189

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