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The Brookwood Necropolis Railway London's Necropolis - A Guide to Brookwood Cemetery An Introduction to Brookwood Cemetery The Columbarium, Brookwood Cemetery The Glades of Remebrance, Brookwood Cemetery The Bisley Camp Branch Line

John Clarke

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My Websites

My websites are listed on this page. Further details are listed below. Click on the relevant links (or the colour covers) to find out more.


I also accept commissions for website designs. To see more, follow this link.

Railway Wonders of the World - King Arthur class locomotive leaving Victoria StationRailway Wonders of the World


Railway Wonders of the World was the first of the part works published by the Amalgamated Press and edited by Clarence Winchester.


Railway Wonders of the World was issued in 50 weekly parts from 1st February 1935 through to 10th January 1936.


The issues covered a wide range of subjects, and was intended to be “the most comprehensive survey of railway accomplishment yet presented to the public".


The first issue included a fold-out colour diagram in full colour of a “King” class locomotive.


The Consulting Editor was Cecil J. Allen who contributed a number of articles to the series.


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Shipping Wonders of the World - HMS VictoryShipping Wonders of the World


Shipping Wonders of the World followed on from Railway Wonders of the World. It was also edited by Clarence Winchester.


Shipping Wonders of the World was issued in 55 weekly parts from 30th January 1936 through to 23rd February 1937.


The issues covered a wide range of subjects, and was intended to be a comprehensive survey of the seven seas.


The first issue included an engraving of the RMS Queen Mary.


The Consulting Editors were A C Hardy and Frank Bowen, who contributed a number of articles to the series.


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Wonders of World Engineering - Battersea Power StationWonders of World Engineering


Wonders of World Engineering followed on from Shipping Wonders of the World. It was also edited by Clarence Winchester.


Wonders of World Engineering was issued in 53 weekly parts from 2nd March 1937 through to 1st March 1938.


The issues covered a wide range of subjects, and was intended to be a comprehensive survey of world engineering.


The first issue included a cut-away drawing in full colour of the Empire flying boat Canopus. Part 2 included a similar plate showing the Mersey Tunnel.


The Consulting Editor was Thomas Walley.


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Wonders of World AviationWonders of World Aviation


Wonders of World Aviation followed on from Wonders of World Engineering. It was also edited by Clarence Winchester.


Wonders of World Aviation was issued in 40 weekly parts from 8th March 1938 through to 6th December 1938.


The issues covered a wide range of subjects, and was intended to be a comprehensive survey of world aviation.


The first issue included a cut-away drawing in full colour of the Short-Mayo composite aircraft. Part 2 included a colour plate showing a Miles Magister monoplane.


The Consulting Editor was J. Laurence Pritchard.


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Website Commissions


I also design and maintain websites. Three examples are listed here:



London Cemeteries by Hugh Meller and Brian ParsonsBrian Parsons


www.brianparsons.org.uk

A personal author’s website used to promote his books, articles, lectures and images collection.












Blunderbuss, Christmas 1977 editionBlunderbuss


www.blunderbuss.org.uk

A website for memorabilia, current news, and contacts for former members of the Farnham Grammar Schools and Of Farnham College (1971-79).











UK Turkish Islamic Trust


www.ukturkishislamictrust.co.uk

A website for a charitable trust which operates a Mosque and funeral service in East London.