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Unique ID Number: PHO_HOLM_03234 3234
Description: Photograph shows model railway track layout on table in workshop. The train operation is controlled by Maxam air control valves. The photograph is described in the Holman negative index as ‘Maxam operated Model Railway (Mr Roberts’ neg’s)’.
Record Number: 753334

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Subject: Model railway

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Black and White photograph
Creator: Holman
Format: TIFF image
Source: Holman Negatives Volume 3
Date: 26/02/1955
Coverage: Cornwall, Camborne, Holman Brothers
Publisher: Trevithick Society
Rights: Holman
Relation: PHO_HOLM_03230; PHO_HOLM_03235; DOC_HOLM_9_1_016; Holman Negative Index No 3, April 1954 to November 1957
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