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Eric Treacy

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Eric Treacy, (2 June 1907 – 13 May 1978) was an English railway photographer and Anglican bishop. Early life and education Born in London, Treacy was educated at Haberdashers' Aske's School and at King's College London, though he left without taking a degree. Ordained ministry In 1932 he was ordained deacon in the Church of England and priest a year later, serving as curate at Liverpool parish church from 1932 to 1934. He married Mary Leyland 'May' Treacy (née Shone) (1902–1985), a voluntary social worker, in 1932. He took up railway photography, being inspired by visiting Liverpool Lime Street and getting to know his parishioners who worked on the railway. His photographic work appeared in various magazines during the 1930s. His photography was interrupted by the Second World War when he served as Military Chaplain. On 12 March 1940, he was commissioned as Chaplain to the Forces 4th Class (equivalent to captain). On 10 May 1945, it was announced that Treacy
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