Reading, certainly something about brick and tile, and maybe something about archaeology, or historical fiction
Sunday, September 25, 2011
North Eastern Railway Tile Maps
This tile map is from Middlesbrough station, but there's also one at York station which I see on a work day, as I pass by destined for the bus-stop outside the station. The maps are wonderful to look at, and you can see all the now-defunct stations in the area.
The maps date from about 1903 when the Northern Eastern Railway was at its height. The maps were placed at various NER stations, but not all survive to the present day - for further information go the NER website.