Hi, welcome to my site. New collections are being added regularly.
"RMWeb Website of the Year Award Jan 2016" voted 3rd place
George Dent describes the site "One of the best things on the Internet, especially for rolling stock enthusiasts, is Paul Bartlett's amazing collection of photographs. This site contains thousands of images of BR freight vehicles from the 1960s up to privitization, mostly in colour and with many vital detail images that are perfect for the modeller. So good is his collection that many items of rolling stock in the catalogues of Bachmann and Hornby will look familiar to dedicated viewers of his website. While the website is free to search, Paul also offers a print delivery service[and digi download] and there is some useful prototype information about each wagon type on there too”.
There is a longer introduction and explanation in "About" - see the menu above.
PLEASE please READ the "ABOUT" BEFORE contacting me. I cannot answer every question about railways and modelling! DO NOT EMAIL.
PLEASE DO NOT USE THE EMBED FEATURE FOR YOUR BLOGS, WEBSITES ETC. I CONSIDER THIS TO BE A BREACH OF MY COPYRIGHT. ZENFOLIO REQUIRES THIS TO BE SWITCHED OFF FOR EVERY PHOTOGRAPH AND I CANNOT DO THIS. ADDING LINKS IS FINE.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - DIGITAL downloading is now available, for personal use only @ 50p.
The PRINT facility is ALSO available. Prints are approved within 12 hours and users have reported that delivery is in about 48 hours.
IMPORTANT NOTE - Some of the scans are of low quality and will only print at the small sizes, downloads may be poor. These low quality file names end in [m] - check the file size on the picture. They are rescanned for prints, but not for downloads.
This site is maintained by referrals, purchase of prints, and by requests for publication by commercial publishers. Please contact me via email Bartlett.firstname.lastname@example.org for publication. If you start a Zenfolio site save yourself some money with this Referral Code:YDA-98Z-BBZ
Music is "Distant Train" by Mostly Autumn. With permission of Iain Jennings & Bryan Josh. It can be turned off.