GPO Series: Oblong Photobooks 
GPO Series: Oblong Photobooks
My GPO Family of books, exploring communications history... about the General Post Office (GPO), Post Office Telecommunications, British Telecom, and BT.



Book photo: Mail Rail at Mount Pleasant.
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Oblong Photobooks (2017-2018)

A typical photobook example
Quality printed photobooks with images of equipment and architecture taken between 1999 and 2017. Example of Faraday (brown cover) booklet.

All of the photobooks on this page are only available direct from my printer at the Lulu bookshop (shipping worldwide).
   
There are currently 5 (approx A5 size) photobooks in the series:
   
Photobook 1: London
1: London
21 pages and more than 50 colour photographs.

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Photobook 2: Faraday
2: Faraday Building
31 pages and more than 80 colour photographs.

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Photobook 3: Keybridge
3: Keybridge House
27 pages and more than 50 colour photographs.

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Photobook 4: Mondial
4: Mondial House
21 pages and more than 30 colour photographs.

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Photobook 5: International Trunks
5: International Trunks
A composite book exploring Faraday/Mondial/Keybridge.
71 pages and more than 140 colour photographs.

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September 2018 new A5 photobooks:

Mail Rail at Mount Pleasant
MGPOLnd1: Mail Rail at Mount Pleasant
The Post Office Railway Experience.
28 pages and 30 colour photographs.

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Roman Wall at Merrill Lynch
MGPOLnd2: Roman Wall at Merrill Lynch
A short history of the London Wall at the site of the King Edward Building and Merrill Lynch HQ.
22 pages and 20 colour photographs.

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Dorothy Annan Murals
MGPOLnd3: Dorothy Annan Murals
Photos of the telecommunications murals before and after restoration, at Fleet Building and Barbican estate.
28 pages and 29 colour photographs.

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