The biography of a well-known Bishop who’s second love was railway engines. indeed he was known as the Railway Bishop. His enthusiasm and skill as a photographer gained him a national reputation and his books of photographs sold in their thousands. On 13 May 1978 he photographed one of his favourite engines, Evening Star and then collapsed on Appelby Station. For him it was a wonderful way to go. There were many moving tributes by railway people – subsequently an engine was named after him. Hardback in dust jacket – excellent condition, 272pp with some of Treacy’s photos of locomotives.
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