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Photos of the Bakerloo Line 09/04/2019 at 21:34 #117427
clive
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I have just been commissioned to write a book about the Bakerloo Line (including all the way to Watford Junction and Croxley Green) which will, of course, include some illustrations. While I can take photos of stuff in the present and visible from public areas, that's only part of the story. I'd really like to have some good pictures from the past - the older the better - or of stuff that the public doesn't see, such as depots.

If anyone has stuff that they think I'd be interested in, please email me at clive@simsig.co.uk (not PM; I don't tend to see those very quickly). At this stage, don't worry about huge files; a description and a thumbnail would suffice.

I do have a budget for this from the publisher but it's not a big one, so I could only afford to pay a few pounds per picture. I would need an appropriate copyright licence to be signed. All the pictures used
would be credited with the name of the photographer and (if different) copyright owner.

Thanks in advance.

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Photos of the Bakerloo Line 10/04/2019 at 08:46 #117434
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clive in post 117427 said:
I have just been commissioned to write a book about the Bakerloo Line (including all the way to Watford Junction and Croxley Green) which will, of course, include some illustrations. While I can take photos of stuff in the present and visible from public areas, that's only part of the story. I'd really like to have some good pictures from the past - the older the better - or of stuff that the public doesn't see, such as depots.

If anyone has stuff that they think I'd be interested in, please email me at clive@simsig.co.uk (not PM; I don't tend to see those very quickly). At this stage, don't worry about huge files; a description and a thumbnail would suffice.

I do have a budget for this from the publisher but it's not a big one, so I could only afford to pay a few pounds per picture. I would need an appropriate copyright licence to be signed. All the pictures used
would be credited with the name of the photographer and (if different) copyright owner.

Thanks in advance.
All I can say at this point is best of luck with your book and looking forward to seeing it published

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