In the late 1970s, a new group, the
Fairground Association of Great Britain
was formed, and with it came a new
magazine “A Century of Tobers” (later
renamed The Fairground Mercury). One of
the features of this new magazine was a
series of articles which surveyed all
surviving sets of Galloping Horses in
the UK. The articles were later revised
and republished in booklet form, and
have formed the main reference on this
subject for many years.
Over the past few years, the subject
has been more extensively researched by
fairground historians Kevin Scrivens
and Stephen Smith, and the results are
now published in this new book.
The book features around 375 black &
white and colour photos, many of which
have never previously been published.
Fully illustrated throughout.
A MUST FOR ANY FAIRGROUND ENTHUSIAST!
- 224 Pages
- Colour and Black and White Photographs Throughout
- 210 mm x 295 mm