The Transport Treasury archive for high-
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OUR DARKROOM IS NOW CLOSED. HOWEVER, YOU CAN PURCHASE PRINTS FROM THE DIGITAL PRINT GALLERY (LINK ABOVE) AND IF THE IMAGE FROM THE LISTS THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURCHASING IS NOT FEATURED THEN PLEASE ADVISE US OF THE NEGATIVE NUMBERS BY EMAIL AND WE WILL UPLOAD THEM TO THE DIGITAL PRINT GALLERY WHEN TIME PERMITS.
The Transport Treasury collection of railway photographs is a privately owned archive of images comprising over 300,000 photographic negatives and transparencies and is operated by Barry and Janet Hoper who make railway, bus, and tram photographs available digitally to publishers and authors enthusiasts.
Many famous railway photographers have chosen The Transport Treasury to care for their collection of railway photographs eg R C Riley, Dr Ian C Allen, Richard H N Hardy, Roy Vincent, John Robertson, David Idle, Alan Lathey, Mike Mitchell, Eric Sawford & W (Bill) A C Smith to name but a few.
Following the closure of our darkroom, we are using some of our free time to catalogue the various collections that have lain in the archive without attention for far too long. We will adding these new listings to the website as the lists are compiled. If you have negatives or colour slides of transport subjects then we would like to hear from you. We welcome donations of material to the archive and we will also accept collections on loan, or purchase material in certain circumstances. Photographers always receive recognition for their work when it is used by publishers (A N Other/Transport Treasury).
Follow the links above to the various collections of images currently on offer from The Transport Treasury.
Please be advised that all our images are copyright protected and are supplied for personal use only.
To find specific information relating to images contained within the archive please enter the details in the search box below and click search. The search results will indicate any lists that contain what you are looking for. You can then click the list concerned and use ctrl+F to search it.