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Steve Ryszka presents another selection of railway architecture images showing erstwhile railway company names, crests and signs, which still provide a reminder of the halcyon days of railways.

There’s plenty of character in the Grade II-listed facade of Hatch End station, completed in 1911 and designed by Gerald Horsley. ALL: STEVE RYSZKA
A remarkable survivor is the BR Eastern Region blue enamel sign at Lowestoft Central.

View more images in the January 2019 issue of The RM – on sale now!

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Nigel Devereux

Railway Production Editor at Mortons Media Group Ltd.
Nigel Devereux is a Senior Lecturer in the School of English and Journalism. He has worked within the print publishing industry for 37 years. Nigel was editor of his hometown newspaper - The Horncastle News - from 1998-2001. Nigel is currently the senior sub-editor on The Railway Magazine, the UK’s biggest selling magazine for railway enthusiasts. He is also responsible for maintaining and updating several websites across the Mortons portfolio.
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