The History of the Bakerloo Line
With over 120 photographs, The History of the Bakerloo Line provides a history of its development from obtaining Parliamentary permission and raising finance through to geology and construction techniques. It details its operation, including rolling stock, signalling, stations and signage from the beginning to the current day.
The impact of the two World Wars is revealed and it remembers some of the accidents and tragedies that befell the line. Finally, the book describes its evolution up to the present day and beyond.
The Crowood Press UK, 9781785007453, 192pp.
Publication Date: February 16, 2021
About the Author
Clive Feather can't remember not being interested in railways and the London Underground in particular. As a child he often traveled on the Bakerloo and Metropolitan Lines to Watford, where his grandparents lived. By the age of 8, he had memorized the complete Underground map (though these days he's a bit rusty about some of the outer stations). He has been running the Clive's Underground Line Guides web site for more than 20 years (www.davros.org/rail/culg/). The History of the Bakerloo Line is his first book.