The long wait is over. After 2 years of pouring through photographs, scanning and writing clever captions, Where there’s smoke Vol 1″ has arrived.

If you pre-ordered a copy it will be sent very soon and I expect you will have it in your hands sometime next week.

I thought I would share a few more of the images of the book here to whet your appetite.

East African 29 class on the outskirts of Nairobi – John Allerton

African lighting is special and a few were lucky enough to spend time in that part of the world.

Czechoslovakia had some serious tank engines. This 477 taken in 1976 near Rumburk – Robert Kingsford Smith

Eastern Europe provided plenty of snow and cold steam trails. When we crossed there from Poland it was clear the border guards were looking for a bribe despite us having all the necessary paperwork. We prevailed.

The Douro Valley in Portugal boasted both broad and narrow gauge. Here an 0-6-0 banks a 2-6-0 on the narrow gauge – Robert Kingsford Smith

Southern Europe had better sun than in the north and some rather interesting motive power.

The Maclear branch in South Africa offered frosty mornings in winter and a creek crossing where many of us got bogged. – John Gaydon

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