Phil Marsh joined the railways in 1973 and worked full-time for over 30 years and in 2003, set up his own company offering mainly railway-based consultancy. This covers operations, commercial bidding, media and PR activities. He was on the staff of The Railway Magazine for 5 years in which time it won 'magazine of the year' and became, and still is, the largest selling railway title in Britain. He enjoyed the title of Chief Correspondent for around a decade and still is an occaisional contributor.
He is now on the editorial team of Railnews, the Industry paper and writes and has pictures published on a regular basis for Heritage Railway, Rail Express, Railway Herald and on an occaisional basis for Rail Infrastructure and Modern Railways. He edited rail.co.uk for five years and during this media career (including working on the picture desk at IPC), which now spans 13 years has had litererally thousands of images published in print and on-line.
Half a century of photography! Phil Marsh has been taking photographs since 1965 - mainly of railways but also of wildlife, landscapes and the coast.
The next courses are being arranged now for 2018 and will be
announced here in due course. They will be taking place at
Chinnor and Princes Risborough North signalbox.
How to book/more information
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit the shop page to pay by paypal
By phone: 07810 556252
Cheques payable to Phil Marsh at 14 Milton Road
, Willen Village, Milton Keynes MK15 9AD
In 2017 in conjunction with the Chinnor and Princes Risborough Railway, he trialled several versions of a photography training day which were sold out. These will be repeated in 2018 and look at how to get the best out of your camera, improve your chances of having your images appear in print plus giving you tips and hints about to how to take and print better images.
The view from the Princes Risborough North Signalbox and its black rabbit and from the heritage diesel train used in the photo courses plus two of the participants. A minor mishap from 1968 by Geoff Marsh and James May on Rocket.