From Copper Tops to Mop Tops

£12.00

This 342 page autobiography by Don Evitts is a nostalgic look at life growing up and working in Smethwick during the 1950s and 1960s.

The book covers the early years of Don’s life from 1948-1970 and includes lots of colour and black and white images as well as humorous stories surrounding family holidays, school days and finally starting work.

The ‘Copper Tops’ refers to his train spotting days in and around the Black Country, Birmingham, Tamworth, Crewe and London. The ‘Mop Tops’ refers to his love and obsession with the Beatles in which Don reviews all their releases. There are also musical facts running throughout the book that makes it an interesting and fascinating read.

Don says “If you like trains, The Beatles and the mod culture then this is right up your street. It tells the true story of growing up and listening to the music of the best decade ever – the swinging 60s!”

Please note :- All orders for this book are despatched by the author

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This 342 page autobiography by Don Evitts is a nostalgic look at life growing up and working in Smethwick during the 1950s and 1960s.

The book covers the early years of Don’s life from 1948-1970 and includes lots of colour and black and white images as well as humorous stories surrounding family holidays, school days and finally starting work.

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