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An Elizabethan Progress

Inspired by Crossrail, this book is a photographic project tracing the route of the new Elizabeth Line across central London, recording people and places encountered along the way.

An Elizabethan Progress

Elizabeth Line

Inspired by Crossrail, this book is a photographic project tracing the route of the new Elizabeth Line across central London, recording people and places encountered along the way.

Closely following the route of the newly tunnelled line below, photographs record happenings on the surface above. These images are complemented by inclusion of photographs of Crossrail construction activities on the new line and stations. Geographic coverage runs from North Kensington in the west to Stratford and Abbey Wood in the east.

This project has been undertaken by an RPS London Region team. Participants were: Philip Brown, Michael Colman, Hilary Everett LRPS, Mo Greig ARPS, Lorraine Grey LRPS, Anila Hussain, John Kelly LRPS, Greg Lambert ARPS, Susi Luard ARPS, Deepika Mistry, Wendy Nowak, Norman Smith LRPS, Val Straw, Anne Roache, Romney Tansley ARPS and Michael Turner. The duration of the project spanned April to October 2017.

An Elizabethan Progress was edited and designed by Brian Steptoe FRPS. Book and spread designs are based on teachings of photobook experts Jörg Colberg and Stuart Smith. The book’s style follows that of Sleeping by the Mississippi, by Alec Soth.

To view a selection of pages from the book, see bit.ly/anelizabethanprogress

Size: 21x21 cm, 116 pages, 111 photographs, hardback

Published by the Royal Photographic Society ISBN: 978-0-904495-20-1

Price £28 plus postage and packing (which will be added based on the shipping destination when you check out)

For booktrade orders email: Brian Steptoe.

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