Rex Conway's first book, Rex Conway's Steam Album, was a wonderful miscellany of images that introduced a remarkable archive of railway photographs.
This book takes the reader on a steam-hauled journey on the Southern Region throughout its journey around south-eastern England. Starting at Victoria in London during the golden age of steam, we encounter places such as Portsmouth, Brighton, Eastbourne, Folkestone, Ramsgate, Ashford and the Thames Estuary, with many diversions along the way. One of a series of books exploring each of the BR regions, this book is a must-have for anyone interested in the good old days of steam sadly no longer seen.
All the photographs featured in this book have been specially selected from Rex's phenomenal collection of over 65,000 images and the book is sure to appeal to railway enthusiasts far and wide.