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Papers of John Buckland, 1936-1989 [manuscript]
Bib ID 1987062
Format ManuscriptManuscript
Author
Buckland, John L 1915-1989
 
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Access Conditions Access partly closed: Series 1, folder 28A, closed until 2021. 
Description [1936-1989] 
4.2 m. (30 boxes) + 13 folio packages. 
Summary

Papers relating to Buckland's lifelong interest in railways. The papers include correspondence, subject files, press cuttings, typescripts written by Buckland and other authors on railway history, Australian rolling stock diagrams and railway maps.

Biography/History

Railway enthusiast. Buckland was a founding member of the Australian Railway Historical Society and a member of the Victorian and New South Wales Divisions. He was an author of articles on railway subjects and of several books including "Briquettes and power" (1983, 1984). Buckland was born in 1915 and died in 1989.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: MS 8059.

Index/Finding Aid Note Descriptive list available (21 p.). 
Subjects Buckland, John L - 1915-1989 - Archives.  |  Railroads.  |  Railroads - Australia.  |  Locomotives.  |  Locomotives - Australia.
Time Coverage 1936-1989 
Occupation Authors.

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