Southern Railway Route Map 1924
Waterloo to Padstow and Ilfracombe, the whole route divided into six separate panels: from Waterloo past Exeter’s St David’s station to Colebrooke Junction and then either northwards to Ilfracombe via Barnstaple, or westwards to Padstow. Unlike its companion maps presenting other famous railway routes, this title is printed on a 62 x 90cm sheet. All stations along the route are marked and annotated with distances from Waterloo. The map also shows tunnels and other railway lines connecting to or crossing the route, indicating sections closed since 1924.
All along its course the route is annotated with comments on various features of the line and local sights, etc, including text describing changes since 1924. Further background notes are provided in a panel at the bottom of the map and in its elegant card cover.