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Exhibition: Angus McDonald - ‘India’s Disappearing Railways’

After visiting the Drawn By Light exhibition at the Science Museum, three of us went to the nearby Royal Geographic Society to see an exhibition by Angus McDonald, documenting India’s unique narrow-gauge railways and capturing the colour and chaos of the lives of those who work on, travel on or live alongside them. 295 more words

Research And Reflection

About India's Disappearing Railways - by Catherine Anderson

On Thursday 20th November, we published India’s Disappearing Railwaysa stunning, photographic journey by Angus McDonald. Angus died suddenly whilst travelling in Burma in 2013 and the book was put together by his partner Catherine, who has also established a charity in his memory, … 805 more words

Carlton Books

Have Book, Will Travel

There is no frigate like a book
To take us lands away,
Nor any coursers like a page
Of prancing poetry.
This traverse may the poorest take…
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Books

With Angus

Thursday, March 14 was Angus’s birthday. We had a lively evening with friends at Moonpeak where everybody enjoyed coffee and chocolate cake. Many of us shared our memories of him. 518 more words

DHARAMSHALA

Meadow Lake Council candidates confront issues

by Phil Ambroziak

Infrastructure, community safety and economic development are among the issues City of Meadow Lake residents would like to see their new municipal council tackle following the Oct. 1,568 more words

Front Page

The Archibald Prize 2012 - Finalists

It’s that time of year again in the Australian art scene. The annual Archibald Prize is one of Australia’s oldest and most prestigious art prizes. It’s awarded to the best portrait painting, preferentially of some man or woman distinguished in art, letters, science or politics. 51 more words

Arts & Culture

Sneaky Sound System: From Here to Everywhere

There are acts that have, by their very existence, reserved a place in the metaphoric Australian Electronic Music Hall of Fame, and it’s undeniable that… 1,065 more words

Interviews