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Buckland collection of railway transport photographs [picture]
Bib ID 3044595
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Buckland, John L 1915-1989
 
Online Versions
Description [ca. 1930-1988] 
ca. 25,000 photographs. 
ca. 6200 nitrate negatives. 
Summary

A major collection relating to all aspects of Australian railway history, many taken by John Buckland himself, some from other sources. The photographs are arranged by state and region.

Notes

Caption lists and guides available.

Selected items are also available in an electronic version via the Internet at: http:/­/­nla.gov.au/­nla.pic-an11434053

Related Material John L. Buckland papers NLA MS 8059. 
Subjects Buckland, John L. - (John Leonard), - 1915-1989 - Photograph collections.  |  Locomotives - Australia - Photographs.  |  Railroads - Australia - History - Photographs.  |  Picture - Photographs.
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