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JOE KENT
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PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION
JOE KENT

Joe kent Joe kent 1948. © Antony Ford   Joe Kent was a long-standing Brighton resident, who worked for much of his career as a carpenter employed by the Pullman Car Company renovating or remodelling an ageing fleet of luxury vehicles. Being based at their maintenance depot at Preston Park until closure in 1964, allowed him unlimited access to indulge in his interests with photography creating a comprehensive series of images of trains and rolling stock on the Brighton line. For almost twenty years from 1946, he also photographed steam locomotives working at various locations, including mainline stations and yards around London and the South of England.


The process of cataloguing this large collection is an ongoing project at the Bluebell Railway Museum Archive.

All photographs are © Bluebell Railway Museum.

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BB - Battle of Britain205 MN - Merchant Navy204
N15 - King Arthur154 WC - West Country338
Total901  

Last updated 01 Apr 2016