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History of the North London Railway: Stations of the City Extension 25

A detailed history of the passenger stations erected by the North London Railway on its 1865 City Extension between Dalston and Broad Street, accompanied by numerous photographs and engineers' drawings. The stations, which comprise Dalston Junction, Haggerston, Shoreditich and Broad Street, were all built in an architectural style, which came to typify the NLR. The 172 page book also includes a chapter giving a short history of the company, so as to put the buildings in their historic and geographical context, along with brief biographical details of the architects and engineers involved.

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History of the North London Railway: Edwin Henry Horne, Architect 15

This 44 page book looks at the life and career of the architect, Edwin Henry Horne who, amongst other works, designed the buildings for the North London Railway stations at Barnsbury, Bow, Camden Town, Canonbury, Hackney and Highbury. Sadly, the majority of these were demolished many years ago, but those which remain bear testament to Mr Horne's architectural talents.

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History of the North London Railway: North London Railway Wagons 15

This 32 page book takes a detailed look the the wagons belonging to the North London Railway, and is complete with historic photographs and 7mm scale drawings. 

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