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Jack Boskett had his first picture published in The Railway Magazine in November 2006, aged 16, but before that he won his first photographic competition in the under 18 category at just seven with a photograph taken on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.

Jack is self-taught and developed his skills and photography knowledge

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