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Adley, Robert  The Call of Steam, Blandford, 1983, pp160.  Hb.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Steam nostalgia from Robert Adley, illustrated with his own colour photographs.  £3.95

Allen, G Freeman and Whitehouse P B  Eric Treacy: Railway Photographer, D&C, 1982 pp216, including 24 pages of colour.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper. Some loss of colour to the spine of the dust wrapper. When Eric Treacy died, his collection of negatives was entrusted to Patrick Whitehouse. From this huge collection Whitehouse and Freeman Allen have selected 300 of Treacy's best photographs to produce a fitting tribute to his life's work.  £3.95

Bannister, Geoffrey F  Great Western Steam Off the Beaten Track, Bradford Barton, 1975, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Fine dust wrapper.  A Bradford Barton reprint in a black hardback cover.  £3.95

Baughan, Peter E  A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Vol. 11: North and Mid Wales, D&C, 1st edition 1982, pp248 with 48 plates, 12 maps, and a folding map in the rear.  General editors: David St John Thomas and J. Allan Patmore.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  £9.50

Beck, Keith  The Greatness of the Great Western, IA, 1984, pp144.  Well-illustrated throughout.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  'An attempt to record some of those features of the GWR which helped to set it apart during its life'.  £3.95

Bolger, Paul  BR Steam Motive Power Depots: ER, IA, 1st edition 1982, pp112.  Small inscription, the number "543."  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Track diagrams and illustrations of all ER depots, with complete loco allocations in 1950, 1959 and 1965.  £6.95

Bolger, Paul  BR Steam Motive Power Depots: NER, IA, 1st edition 1984, pp112.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  The orange background down the spine has faded slightly.  Photos and track diagram of all North Eastern Region depots with complete loco allocations for 1950, 1959 and 1965.  £6.95

Bowtell, Harold D  Rails Through Lakeland Vol.1: The Line Described, SLP, 2001, pp128.  First published in 1989 as a single volume.  Card Covers.  Very Good+.  An illustrated history of the Workington-Cockermouth-Keswick-Penrith Railway 1847-1972.  £5.95

Boyd, James I C  The Wrexham Mold & Connah's Quay Railway including The Buckley Railway, Oakwood, 1991, pp352 plus pp64 of illustrations.  Oakwood Library No.83.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Some slight wear to the edges of the covers.  £18.50

Boyd, James I C  The Festiniog Railway 1800-1974 Vol.1: History and Route 1800-1953, Oakwood, 2002, pp297 plus 75 illustrations.  Drawings by J. M. Lloyd.  The British Narrow Gauge Railway No.1. This enlarged version of James Boyd's history of the Festiniog Railway was first published in 1975. Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A history of the narrow gauge railway linking the slate quarries of Blaenau Ffestiniog with Portmadoc, North Wales: together with outline histories of quarry undertakings connected to the railway.  £18.50

Boyd, James I C  The Festiniog Railway 1800-1974 Vol.2: Locomotives, Rolling Stock and Quarry Feeders, Oakwood, 2002, p301-p626 plus 98 illustrations.  Drawings by J. M. Lloyd.  The British Narrow Gauge Railway No.1.  This enlarged version of James Boyd's history of the Festiniog Railway was first published in 1975.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A history of the narrow gauge railway linking the slate quarries of Blaenau Ffestiniog with Portmadoc, North Wales: together with outline histories of quarry undertakings connected to the railway.  £18.50

Bradshaw's Descriptive Railway Hand-Book of Great Britain and Ireland 1863, Old House, 2012.  The four sections contain some 400 pages.  Hb.  Fine.  No dust wrapper as published. The book that inspired the TV series Great British Railway Journeys presented by Michael Portillo.  £3.95

Brotchie A W  The Wemyss Private Railway, Oakwood, 1998, pp272.  Oakwood Library No.100.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A definitive history of Fife's most extensive private railway, built by the Wemyss estate despite fierce opposition from the North British Railway.  £12.50

Bucknall, Rixon  Boat Trains and Channel Packets: The English Short Sea Routes, Vincent Stuart, 1957, pp218, a colour frontis, 111 illustrations and sketch maps.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair+ dust wrapper.  The top front corner of the covers is slightly bumped; dust worn at the top corners and at the head of the spine.  The development of cross-channel services by the South Eastern, London Chatham and Dover and later the Southern Railway and British Railways.  £6.95

Casserley H C and Dorman C  Midland Album, IA, 1969, pp112.  Small inscription, the number "451."  Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  There is a one-inch internally repaired tear at the base of the dust wrapper spine. An early Ian Allan album dedicated to the Midland Railway.  £3.95

Christiansen, Rex  Forgotten Railways: North and Mid Wales, D&C, 1st edition 1976, pp160 with pp16 of plates and a folding map in the rear.  Forgotten Railways Series.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Secondary routes and branch lines of the LNWR, GWR and Cambrian plus the Great Central intrusion at Wrexham.  £5.95

Christiansen, Rex  The Cambrian Railways: Portrait of a Welsh Railway Network, IA, 1999, pp112.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  A well-illustrated history.  £5.95

Survey of Selected Great Western Stations

Clark R H  An Historical Survey of Selected Great Western Stations: Layouts and Illustrations (Vol. 1), OPC, 1st edition 1976, pp188.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair+ dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head of the spine and at the rear top corner. Also wear along the rear top edge.  Includes 141 stations spread throughout the Great Western System, all of which are fully described and illustrated with accompanying track plans.  £8.50

Clark R H  An Historical Survey of Selected Great Western Stations Layouts and Illustrations Vol. 2, OPC, 1st edition 1979, pp202.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good  in a Fair dust wrapper.  Slight rubbing to the covers at the head and base of the spine.  The dust wrapper is in only "Fair" condition and has been internally repaired at the two rear corners and at the head of the spine, where there is slight loss.  There is also a one-inch vertical cut to the rear page of the dust wrapper, again with slight loss.  Finally, the spine is sunned.  A detailed survey of 101 more Great Western stations.  £7.50

Potts C R  An Historical Survey of Selected Great Western Stations: Layouts and Illustrations Vol.4, OPC, 1st edition 1985, pp224.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The original hardback edition of the final volume of a major series started by Ralf Clark.  £26.50

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Coleman, Richard and Rajczonek, Joe  Steam Nostalgia around Northampton, Northamptonshire Libraries, 1987, 172 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A superb pictorial tribute to the railways of Northamptonshire.  £9.50

Coleman, Richard and Rajczonek, Joe  Steaming into Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire Libraries, 1988, 262 illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "224" on the preliminary title page.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A further superb tribute to the railways of Northamptonshire.  £9.50

Coleman, Richard and Rajczonek, Joe  Steam Railways in Colour around Northamptonshire, W D Wharton, 1993, 205 plates.  With a foreword and new painting by Don Breckon.  Small inscription, the number "265", inside the front covers.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A superb tribute to the railways of Northamptonshire.  £12.50

Cooksey, Laurie A  The Selsey Tramway Vol.1, Wild Swan, 2006, pp188.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A definitive account of the Light Railway from Chichester to Selsey.  Volume One provides a complete history of the line, while Volume Two describes the route and gives details of the locomotives and rolling stock.  £24.50

Cooksey, Laurie A  The Selsey Tramway Vol.2, Wild Swan, 2006, pp189-p334.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A definitive account of the Light Railway from Chichester to Selsey.  Volume One provides a complete history of the line, while Volume Two describes the route and gives details of the locomotives and rolling stock.  £24.50

Cooper B K  Rail Centres: Brighton, IA, 1st edition 1981, pp144.  The original Ian Allan edition.  Hb. VG+ in a VG- dust wrapper.  Internally repaired half-inch tear to the rear top edge of the dust wrapper, slight wear to the two top corners of the dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the development of railways around Brighton.  £5.95

Davies W J K   The Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway, D&C, 2nd edition 1981, pp207 with 51 illustrations.  Standard Railway Histories Series.  Pb.  VG-.  Slight wear to the covers.  £2.95

Davies W J K  The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway, D&C, 1988, pp218.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Slight browning of the pages.  A comprehensive history, first published in 1975.  £5.95

de Courtais, Nicholas  The Wantage Tramway 1875-1945, Wild Swan, 1981, pp40 with numerous illustrations.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Published to complement and supplement The Wantage Tramway by S. H. Pearce Higgins.  £8.50

Derry, Richard  The Book of the West Country and Battle of Britain Pacifics, Irwell Press, 2002, pp172.  Small inscription, the number "914."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  There is a tiny wear mark on the front top edge of the cover.  Includes a detailed history of every member of the class.  £16.50

Gardner, Jack  Brunel's Didcot: Great Western Railway to Great Western Society, Runpast, 1996, pp128.  Large Format  Hb. VG in a VG+ dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the Great Western Railway at Didcot with the final chapter dealing with railway preservation at Didcot.  £6.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains, Milepost, 1995, pp196.  Inscription under the flap of the dust wrapper.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Atmospheric photographs taken by the Reverend A W V Mace, a prolific railway photographer who was active from the early 1920s until the end of steam.  Divided into four sections covering the GWR, LMS, LNER and SR.  Also published as four separate volumes.  £3.95

Green C C  Cambrian Railways Album, IA, 1980, pp112 with a colour frontis.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Pictures of the Cambrian Railways before the Grouping in 1923.  £5.95

Green C C  Cambrian Railways Album – 2, IA, 1981, pp112.  Small inscription, the number "390."  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Pictures of the Cambrian Railways covering the period of Great Western control from 1923 until nationalisation in 1948.  £5.95

Steam in South Wales

Hale, Michael  Steam in South Wales Vol.2: North and West of Swansea, OPC, 1981, 180 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A line-by-line pictorial survey in the 1950s and 1960s.  £12.50

Hale, Michael  Steam in South Wales Vol.4: Monmouthshire, OPC, 1984, 185 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The fourth volume in a sought after series.  £12.50

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Hale, Michael  'Twixt London and Bristol, OPC, 1985, pp208.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper. Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  Michael Hale's photographs of the Great Western main line in Western Region days.  £4.95

Hawkins, Philip D  Tracks on Canvas: The Railway Paintings of Philip D. Hawkins, OPC, 2007, pp96.  First published in 1998.  Very Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  The very large format 12.75 inch by 11.5 inch edition.  Featuring over 50 full-colour plates of the author's paintings.  £8.50

Hemmings, William  The Banbury and Cheltenham Railway Vol.1, Wild Swan, 2004, pp200.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A comprehensive history of the Great Western's cross-country route from Banbury to Cheltenham up until 1939.  £18.50

Hitches, Mike  The Last Days of Steam in Gwynedd, Alan Sutton, 1991, pp160.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A pictorial album with all captions in both English and Welsh.  £4.95

Holland, Julian  Exploring Britain's Lost Railways: A Nostalgic Journey along 50 long-lost railway lines, Times Books, 2014, pp304.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Follows the routes of over fifty long-closed lines through historical and present-day photographs combined with commentaries and descriptions of the routes today. Particularly useful for walkers and cyclists.  £4.95

Holland, Julian  Britain's Hidden Railways: A journey along fifty long-lost railway lines, Times Books, 2018, pp272.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A lavishly-illustrated history and description of fifty closed railway lines, along with details of the routes today for walking and cycling.  £8.50

Hoole, Ken  North Eastern Album, IA, 1974, pp112 with a colour frontis.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper edges.  An album dedicated to the former North Eastern Railway; mainly pre-grouping photographs with a few later views.  £4.95

Hoole, Ken  North-Eastern Branch Line Termini, OPC, 1985, pp192. With drawings by John Addyman and Andrew Pearson.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Detailed studies of Whitby, Richmond, Alnwick, Guisborough, Middleton in Teesdale and Alston.  £18.50

Great Western Pictorial 

Hopkins, Philip  Great Western Pictorial [No.1], Wild Swan, 1995, pp92.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  High-quality illustrations from the author's camera.  £16.50

Hodge, John  Great Western Pictorial No.2: The Hubback Collection, Wild Swan, 1999, pp92.  Large format Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  High-quality illustrations from the John Hubback collection, mainly taken on the South Wales and West of England main lines.  £14.50

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Huntriss, Derek  On Cambrian Lines, IA, 1993, pp80.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour steam album featuring the lines of the former Cambrian Railways.  £5.95

Jenkinson, David  Bedside Back Track: Aspects of Britain's Railway History, Atlantic, 1993, pp144.  Small inscription, the number "124."  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An anthology of twenty six articles in the same style as the well-known Backtrack magazine.  £5.95

Jones, Gwyn Briwnant and Jenkins, David  The Great Western Railway in Wales: The Work of the Official Photographer, National Museums & Galleries of Wales, 1995, pp72.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  £4.95

Jones, Gwyn Briwnant  Talerddig in Great Western Days, Gomer Press, 1999, pp245 with 33 plans & diagrams, 230 black & white and 73 colour photographs.  The hardback edition. Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Places the old Newtown and Machynlleth Railway within the context of the Great Western Railway and focuses on the years following the grouping of 1922, when control passed first to Paddington and later, during the period of nationalisation, to Euston.  £7.50

Joy, David  Railways in the North: A Pictorial Introduction. Dalesman, 1970, pp96.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight creasing on the covers.  A general introduction to the railways north of Liverpool - Sheffield - Hull, followed by a useful ten-page chapter on suggested further reading.  £1.95

Kichenside, Geoffrey  Steam: Portraits of the Great Days of the British Steam Locomotive, D&C, 1975. pp74.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A high-quality photographic album spanning over a century of British Steam.  £3.95

Kidner R W  The Cambrian Railways, Oakwood, 1st Edition 1954, pp45 plus p16 of plates.  Oakwood Library No.55.  Paper covered boards with a cloth spine.  Fair+.  Foxing to the front endpaper, some wear at the bottom front corner of the cover.  £3.95

Kidner R W  The Cambrian Railways, Oakwood, 2nd edition 1992, pp208.  Oakwood Library No.55.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  First published in 1954.  This is the much expanded hardback edition of 1992.  £10.50

Lambert, Anthony  East Midlands Branch Line Album, IA, 1978, pp124.  Small inscription, the number "177."  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A line-by-line pictorial survey.  £4.95

Locomotives of the LNER: Part 9B Tank Engines - Classes Q1 to Z5,  RCTS, 1977, pp168 plus 150 figures.  Card Covers.  Fair.   Some creasing to the covers.  0-8-0Ts, 2-6-2Ts, 2-2-4Ts, 0-4-0Ts and 0-4-2Ts.  £5.95

Lowe, Derek J  Return to Pwllheli Please: Along the Cambrian Coast, Foxline, pp120.  No Date.  Scenes from the Past:53.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  £10.50

Mitchell, David and Eyres, Terry  British Railways Past and Present Special: The Talyllyn Railway, Past and Present, 1996, pp96.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A nostalgic trip along the world's first preserved railway.  £2.95

Mitchell, Vic and Smith, Keith  Branch Lines to Newport, Middleton, 2nd revised edition 1988, pp96.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Spine slightly faded.  Covers Cowes - Newport, Smallbrook J. -Newport, Sandown - Shide, Ventnor West Branch and Freshwater - Newport.  £6.95

Mitchell, Vic and Garraway, Allan  Festiniog in the Fifties (Great Railway Eras), Middleton Press, 1996, pp96.  Great Railway Eras No.2.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  £5.95

Morgan, John Scott  The Colonel Stephens Railways: A Pictorial Survey, D&C, 1990, pp96.  Revised and updated by Philip Shaw and John Miller.  The later hardback edition with a dust wrapper.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the top edge of the dust wrapper.  A tribute to Colonel Stephens and his railways, with a section on each line and far more text than the title suggests.  £5.95

Morrison, Gavin  Britain's Railways 1948-1998: A Personal View of 50 Years of Change, IA, 1999, pp256.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A photographic record of one man's view of the changing scene during the fifty years of Nationalisation - a nostalgic journey through all our yesterdays.  £5.95

Morrison, Gavin  The Power of The 60s, OPC, 2007, pp112.  Power Series.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Most of the illustrations are in colour.  £9.50

Nicholas D and Montgomery S  Profile of the Westerns, OPC, 1st edition 1980, 163 illustrations.  Profile Series.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  £4.95

Nock O S  The Midland Compounds, D&C, 1964, pp160.  Colour frontis.  David & Charles Locomotive Monographs.  Hb.  VG in a Poor dust wrapper.  Some foxing to the preliminary pages; the dust wrapper is badly torn and incomplete.  There are also a number of comments & underlinings in the text. Their tone appears to be generally informative and occasionally critical.  £5.95

Nock O S  The Great Northern Railway, IA, 1974, pp192.  Small inscription, the number "544".  Card Covers.  VG.  A readable one-volume history, first published in 1958.  £3.95

British Locomotives of the 20th Century

Nock O S  British Locomotives of the 20th Century: Vol. 1 1900-1930, BCA/PSL, 1983, pp257.  Published by Book Club Associates by arrangement with Patrick Stephens Limited.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The red title on the spine of the dust wrapper has faded.  The first volume of Ossie Nock's definitive history of British locomotive development since 1900.  £3.95

Nock O S  British Locomotives of the 20th Century: Vol. 2 1930 –1960, PSL, 1984, pp256.  Small inscription, the number "70."  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour to the lettering on the spine of the dust wrapper.  The second volume of Ossie Nock's definitive history.  £3.95

Nock O S  British Locomotives of the 20th Century: Vol. 3 1960 - the present day, BCA/PSL, 1985, pp257.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  There is a stain across the lower edge of the dust wrapper.  The final volume of Ossie Nock's definitive history, devoted almost exclusively to diesel and electric developments, including the HST.  £3.95

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Nock O S  Great Locomotives of the GWR, PSL, 1990, pp228 with pp16 of colour illustrations.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Ossie Nock's final assessment of Great Western Steam in the 20th century.  £7.50

Nock O S  The Pocket Encyclopaedia of British Steam Railways & Locomotives, Bounty Books, 2009, pp195 & pp192 with 386 colour illustrations portraying the history of steam from Stephenson's Rocket to Riddles' Evening Star.  "Smallish" format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Combines two earlier Nock books: Steam Railways of Britain in Colour and British Steam Locomotives in Colour in a single volume.  £3.95

Prideaux J D C A  The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Remembered, D&C, 1989, pp96.  First published in 1974 as Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Album.  Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  Two small tears in the dust wrapper at the base of the spine have been internally repaired.  £5.95

Pryer G A  Signal Box Diagrams of the Great Western & Southern Railways Vol.19: SR Lines in the Portsmouth Area, author, pp55.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  No date.  Covers: Portsmouth Harbour to Chichester, Fareham to Gosport, Fareham to Portcreek & Farlington Jcns, Hayling Island Branch, and Stokes Bay Branch.  £14.50

Pryer G A and Bowring G J  An Historical Survey of Selected Southern Stations: Track Layouts and Illustrations Vol.1, OPC, 1st edition 1980, pp136.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is a one-cm tear in the rear top edge of the dust wrapper.  £14.50

Pryer G A  A Pictorial Record of Southern Signals, OPC, 1991, pp200.  Large Format.  Hard Cover. Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Superficial wear to the top edge of the dust wrapper.  £12.50

Railway Track Diagrams 2. England East, Quail Map Company, 1998, pp68.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The maps cover the lines of former British Rail's Eastern and Anglia Regions along with parts of the former London Midland Region, and represent the situation in January 1998.  £6.95

Ransome-Wallis P  The Last Steam Locomotives of British Railways, IA/BCA, 1988, pp191.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A comprehensive class-by-class survey.  A classic album from the 1960s.  £3.95

Rear W G  The Denbigh and Mold Line, Foxline, pp104.  No date.  Scenes from the Past:15 Railways of North Wales.  Small inscription, the number "511."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A pictorial history a LNWR branch in North Wales.  £8.50

Rear W G (Bill)  Railways of North Wales: Bangor, Foxline, 1992, pp80.  Scenes from the Past:14.  Large Format Pb.  VG with slight wear at the base of the spine.  £7.50

Rear W G  Anglesey Branch Lines: Amlwch and Red Wharf Bay, Foxline, 1994, pp80.  Scenes from the Past: 21 Railways of North Wales.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A pictorial history of the two branch lines in Anglesey.  £9.50

Rich F  Yesterday Once More: A Story of Brighton Steam, P. E. Waters & Associates, 1996, pp168 plus 64 illustrations.  Pb.  VG+.  Pre-grouping recollections of LB&SCR engineman collected and retold by the author.  £4.95

Riley R C  Great Eastern Album, IA, 3rd impression 1975, pp112.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The top front corner of the dust wrapper has been internally repaired.  An album dedicated to the lines of the former Great Eastern Railway.  The Great Eastern had a virtual monopoly of traffic over most of East Anglia and ran one of the most intensive suburban passenger services in the world into Liverpool Street.  £3.95

Ross, David  The Illustrated History of British Steam Railways: The Legacy of the Steam Locomotive, Parragon, 2008, pp320.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A lavishly produced history of the steam locomotive.  £3.95

Sagar, John  Chapters of Steam: Steam Locomotives of the Worth Valley Railway, Kingfisher, 1984, pp160.  The earlier Kingfisher edition, rather than the later Bracken Books reprint.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A pictorial album recording the varied careers of the over fifty locomotives that have appeared on the Worth Valley Railway since preservation.  £3.95

Sanders, Keith and Hodgins, Douglas  British Railways Past and Present No.9: South East Scotland, SLP, 1st edition 1991, pp128.  The number "247" has been written inside the front cover.  Card Covers. VG.  Over 250 photographs from over 70 locations including Edinburgh, Leith, Stirling, Dunfermline, Peebles, Galashiels and Hawick.  £4.95

Sangster, Alan H  The Story and Tales of the Buchan Lines, OPC, 1983, pp132.  Compiled by Alan Sangster.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight rubbing to the edges of the covers.  A collection of illustrated articles about the branch lines of the Great North of Scotland Railway in the Buchan area.  £3.95

Shannon, Paul  The 37s Second Series Rail 12 Portfolios, IA, 1990, pp64. Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  The top corners of the covers are very slightly bumped.  An all-colour album.  £5.95

Shepherd, David  A Brush with Steam: David Shepherd's Railway Story, D&C, 1990, pp264.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The story of David Shepherd's involvement with the railway preservation movement.  £5.95

Southern D W and Jones, Norman  Bala Junction to Blaenau Ffestiniog, Foxline, 1st edition 1995, pp102.  Scenes from the Past 25: Railways of North Wales.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  £9.50

Spaven, David and Holland, Julian  Mapping the Railways: The journey of Britain's railways through maps from 1819 to the present day, Times Books, 2011, pp304.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  "Follows the development, decline and later revival of Britain's railways through a unique collection of old & new maps, commentaries and photographs."  £8.50

Stretton, John  The Ffestiniog Railway: A Past & Present Companion, Past and Present, 1998, pp96.  A Past & Present Companion.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A nostalgic trip along the line from Porthmadog to Blaenau Ffestiniog.  £4.95

Thomas, David St John and Whitehouse, Patrick  The Romance of Scotland's Railways, Thomas & Lochar, 1993, pp208.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A nostalgic look at Scotland's railways from the well-respected Thomas-Whitehouse team.  £3.95

Tilling W G  The Locomotives of the Southern Railway (Central Section), author, 1935, pp34 with 7 illustrations & a foldout table in the rear.  VG.  P. H. Edwards nameplate inside the front cover.  Pb.  Slight wear to the covers at the head of the spine.  A survey of the surviving Brighton Line engines.  £7.50

Twells H N  LMS Miscellany Vol.2: A Pictorial Record of the Company's Activities in the Public Eye and Behind the Scenes, OPC, 1984, 243 plates.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The second volume of Harold Twells' superb pictorial study of the LMS.  £5.95

Twells H N  LMS Miscellany Vol.3: A Pictorial Record of the Company's Activities in the Public Eye and Behind the Scenes, OPC, 1986, 265 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper. There is a circular embossed stamp on the front endpaper from the previous owner, Ronald Powney.  The spine of the dust wrapper is sunned and there is a tiny nick at the base of the spine.  The final volume of Harold Twells' superb pictorial study of the LMS.  £5.95

Vaughan, Adrian  The Heart of the Great Western, SLP, 1995, pp224.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Chronicles the many activities and complexities of the GWR and its staff in the Oxford and Didcot area, geographically the "heart" of the system.  £5.95

Vaughan J A M  Profile of the Class 50s, OPC, 1983, 148 illustrations.  Profile Series.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Corners slightly bumped, spine sunned.  £7.50

Vaughan, John  Diesel Days: Devon & Cornwall, IA, 2005, pp160.  "Largish" landscape format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  280 images portraying diesel operation in Devon and Cornwall between the mid-1950s and the mid-1970s.  £8.50

Wainwright S D  Steam in West Cheshire and the North Wales Border, IA, 1981, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "197."  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A pictorial album focusing on the area around Chester.  £3.95

Walker, Colin  The Steam Railway Vol. 2 – Shrewsbury, Oxford Illustrators, 1971, pp60.  Landscape format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  In steam days Shrewsbury's served as an important hub for both passenger and freight traffic.  £4.95

Waller, Peter  Celebration of Steam: West Riding, IA, 1994, pp128.  Card Covers.  Very Good+.  An area by area photographic survey.  £3.95

Whitehouse, Patrick and Thomas, David St John  LNER 150: The London and North Eastern Railway A century and a half of progress, D&C, 1991, pp208.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A superbly produced nostalgic look at the LNER from 1923 until 1948.  £3.95

Whiteley J S and Morrison G W  The Power of the Deltics, OPC, 1st edition 1977, 189 illustrations.  Power Series.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a Fair+ dust wrapper.  Wear to the dust wrapper at the head & base of the spine.  £5.95

Whiteley J S and Morrison G W  The LMS Remembered, OPC, 1979, 271 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover. Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  In spite of an inscription inside the front cover reading "Sale damaged," I was unable to find any damage to the book or the dust wrapper.  Loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  A high-quality album.  £4.95

Whiteley J and Morrison G  The Power of the Black Fives, OPC, 1988, pp144.  Power Series.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The top front corner of the covers are slightly bumped.  £7.50

Williams C L  Great Western Steam in Wales and The Border Counties, Bradford Barton, 1974, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good- dust wrapper.  A small tear in the dust wrapper at the head of the spine has been internally repaired.  A Bradford Barton original in a brown "speckled" cover.  £4.95

Williams C L  More Great Western Steam In Wales and The Border Counties, Bradford Barton, 1975, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Near VG dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the base of the spine.  A Bradford Barton reprint with a black hardback cover.  £3.95

Williams C L  Great Western Branch Line Steam Vol.1, Bradford Barton, 1975, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A Bradford Barton original in a brown "speckled" hardback cover.  £5.95

Williams C L  Great Western Branch Line Steam Vol.2, Bradford Barton, pp96.  No date.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A Bradford Barton original in a brown "speckled" hardback cover.  £5.95

Wrottesley A J  The Great Northern Railway Vol. 1: Origins and Development, Batsford, 1979, pp256 plus 36 illustrations.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The spine of the dust wrapper has slightly faded.  Presentation plate to a school library inside the front cover, brown glue stains from removed pastedown and bar code tag inside the rear cover.  The first volume of the only comprehensive modern history of the Great Northern.  The first volume of the only comprehensive modern history of the Great Northern.  £9.50

Yeadon W B  Yeadon's Register of LNER Locomotives Vol.24 Part B Class O4/6 to O4/8, O5 & Thompson 01, Book Law/Railbus, 2002, pp127-228.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper. VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  £8.50

There are over 4000 additional titles on British railways in the main British Railways Section of the web site.

Railway World Year Book

Railway World Year Book 1989, IA, pp128.  Editor Colin Boocock.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  £1.95

Railway World Year Book 1990, IA, pp80.  Editor Colin Boocock.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  £1.95

British Railway Journal

British Railway Journal No.29, Wild Swan, Christmas 1989.  Very Good.  With articles on: The S & DJR Wells Branch by Roger Carpenter, LMS Engine Headlamp Codes by R. J. Essery, Moreton-in-Marsh by Mark Turner, A Journey through South Wales in 1931 by V. R. Webster, All in a Day's Work by John Copsey, and More on East London by V. R. Webster.  £1.95

Midland Record

Midland Record No.10, Wild Swan, pp80.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Very Good-.  There is a diagonal crease across the rear top corner of the covers, otherwise VG.  Featuring: Tom King A Midland Driver, The Smith Connection, The Barnoldswick Branch, The Johnson Compounds, Midland Influence on Passenger Trains, and MR Cattle Wagon.  £6.95

Midland Record No.26, Wild Swan, pp96.  Editor: Bob Essery.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Featuring: Freight through Birmingham Part 8, Midland Railway Water Troughs, 20T Open Carriage Trucks Diagram 409, Further Information on MR Headlamps, Discs and Destination Boards, Ashchurch, The Opening of the Nottingham - Lincoln Line, Reader's Collections, and Midland Railway Locomotive Department Memoranda.  £7.50

Overseas Railways

Cox E S  World Steam in the Twentieth Century, IA, 1969, pp191 plus 113 illustrations.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An authoritative assessment of the five principal schools of design - American, British, French, German and Middle-European.  £5.95

Garratt, Colin  Steam Safari, Blandford, 1974, 48 colour plates plus pp100 of text.  Last Steam Locomotives of the World Series.  Small Format Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head of the spine.  Locomotives from South Africa, Rhodesia, Kenya and Tanzania.  £2.95

Hardy, Ronald  The Iron Snake, Collins, 1965, pp318 plus pp8 of illustrations.  No dw.  Hb.  Very Good.  The story of the construction of the Uganda Railway from Mombasa to Lake Victoria.  £6.95

Hauck, Cornelius W  Narrow Gauge to Central and Silver Plume, Colorado Railroad Museum, 1972, pp223.  Colorado Rail Annual Issue No.10.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head and base of the spine.  An illustrated history of the Clear Creek narrow gauge line, later an important constituent of the Colorado & Southern.  £12.50

Hollingsworth, Brian  The Illustrated Encyclopedia of North American Locomotives: A historical directory of over 150 years of North American rail power, Salamander, 1997, pp208.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Illustrations and descriptions of 150 historic American locomotives, both steam and diesel.  £4.95

Sherwood, James B with Fallon, Ivan  Orient-Express: A Personal Journey, Robson Press, 2012, pp388 plus pp48 of illustrations.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is a small wear mark at the bottom edge of the front cover.  The story of the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express train, the creation of the super-luxury Orient-Express Hotels group, and the person who was responsible for it all.  £5.95

For further books on Overseas Railways see the extensive Overseas Railways Section.

Model Railways

Ahern, John H  Miniature Building Construction: An Architectural Guide for Modellers, Percival Marshall, pp154 with numerous illustrations, line drawings and diagrams.  No date, but an early edition of a book first published in 1950.  No dust wrapper.  Card boards.  Very Good.  A classic modelling text explaining the craft of modelling buildings.  £4.95

Andress, Michael  Modern Railways & Narrow - Gauge Railways, PSL, 1982, pp128.  PSL Model Railway Guides 7 & 8 Combined.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Combines two separate modelling books, the first on modelling the diesel era and the second on modelling the narrow gauge.  £2.95

Andress, Michael  Baseboards, Track and Electrification & Layout Planning, PSL, 1982, pp64 plus pp64.  PSL Model Railway Guides 1 & 2 Combined.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Some fading of the red lettering on the spine.  £2.95

Andress, Michael  Structure Modelling & Scenery, PSL, 1982, pp128.  PSL Model Railway Guides 3 & 4 Combined.  Glazed Boards. Very Good.  Combines two separate modelling books, the first on modelling buildings and the second on modelling scenery.  £2.95

Andress, Michael  Operating Your Layout, PSL, 1980, pp64 with numerous illustrations and diagrams.  PSL Model Railway Guides 5.  Pb.  VG.  Old price sticker on the rear cover.  £1.95

Beal, Edward  New Developments in Railway Modelling: Recent Tendencies, New Designs and Useful Guidance, A & C Black, 1st edition 1947, pp268 with over 300 illustrations and diagrams.  "Profusely illustrated by the author."  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair dust wrapper.  Some loss of colour to the covers at the head and base of the spine; several tears to the dust wrapper with slight loss at the head and base of the spine.  A classic text that has inspired generations of modellers.  £3.95

Beal, Edward  Modelling the Old-Time Railways, Fresh Flame Publishing, 2009, pp247 with 64 photographs and 143 figs.  First published in 1955.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The front corners of the covers are slightly bumped.  A recent reprint of Edward Beal's classic on modelling the pre-grouping railway scene.  £6.95

Booth T J  Simple Model Railway Layouts, PSL/BCA, 1987, pp160.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Small tear in the dust wrapper fold.  "Big ideas for small spaces."  A practical guide to small-space modelling with each chapter written around a different sample layout.  £3.95

Booth T J  Modellers' Guide to the GWR, PSL, 1990, pp160.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The original hardback edition.  £6.95

Freezer C J  PSL Book of Model Railway Track Plans, PSL, 1988, pp112.  The hardback edition.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is an old price sticker on the cover.  Over seventy detailed layout plans, giving ample scope for both the beginner and the advanced modeller.  £5.95

Freezer C J  Modelling the Steam Age Railway, Patrick Stephens, 1990, pp168.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A former editor of Railway Modeller explains how to recapture the atmosphere of the steam age railway.  Well-illustrated in both colour and black & white.  £4.95

Freezer C J  Model Railway Signalling, Patrick Stephens, 1991, pp168.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Remains of an old price sticker on the front cover.  An in-depth look at the application of prototype signalling practice to a model railway.  £8.50

Graebe, Chris and Graebe, Julie  The Hornby Gauge 0 System, New Cavendish, 1994, pp440 with over 700 illustrations, 650 in colour.  The Hornby Companion Series Vol.5.  The revised edition of 1994, with over 200 additional colour pictures.  Large landscape format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A lavishly produced tribute.  £24.50

Jenkinson, David  Modelling Historic Railways, BCA/PSL, 1985, pp160.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The author draws heavily on his own experiences in modelling the Settle and Carlisle line.  £4.95

Longridge, Michael  Modelling 4mm Scale Rolling Stock, Rayler, 1948, pp91 plus pp16 of illustrations and with 106 figs.  Card Covers with cloth binding down the spine.  Fair.  Some foxing (browning) on the covers.  An explanation of traditional scratch building techniques.  £5.95

Postlethwaite, Alan  Model Railway Detailing Manual: A Source Book of Period Photographs from the Steam Age, Haynes, 2005, 312 illustrations.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Over 300 photographs taken during the last days of British Rail steam to help modellers recreate the period in model form.  With sections on: Station Buildings, Platform Browsing, Station Layouts, Parcels and Freight, Train Perspectives, Along the Line, Signals, Signal Boxes, Rolling Stock, and Locomotive Facilities.  £6.95

Rice, Iain  Getting the Best from Plastic Wagon Kits, Irwell Press, 1993, pp62 with numerous diagrams and illustrations.  Modelling Railways Illustrated Handbooks No.2.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  £5.95

Rice, Iain  Railway Modelling The Realistic Way, Haynes, 2007, pp352 with many illustrations & figures.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  "Explores the modern hobby and the opportunity it presents for creating model railways that look stunningly realistic and function with unmatched sophistication."  £12.50

Simmons, Norman  How to go Railway Modelling, PSL, 5th edition 1983, pp219.   The 5th edition of Britain's best-selling model railway book.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  "The established classic primer of railway modelling."  £2.95

Summers, Jim (editor)  St Merryn: What We Did, Why, and How We Did: Aspects of building a finescale model railway, Scalefour Society, 2010, pp96.  By the South London Area Group.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  £8.50

Waterman, Pete  Just Like the Real Thing: Modelling Railways, IA, 2009, pp160 with extensive colour illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Pete Waterman describes the construction of his extensive '0' gauge model railway based on Leamington Spa.  £8.50

For further books on model railways see the main Model Railways Section.

Model Railway Journal

Model Railway Journal 1990 Exhibition Guide, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  A guide to the famous Model Railway Journal Exhibition held at the Central Hall Westminster in November 1990. Featuring Leighton Buzzard Linslade by Peter Denny, Hardwick Grange by Frank Dyer, Charford by John Charman, Wallsea Main by Barrie Wells, Hursley by Martyn Welch, Lydham Heath by Barry Norman, North Shields by Chris Pendlenton, Inkerman Street, Tan-Y-Grisiau by Trevor Hughes, Corris by Peter Kazer, Chipping Norton by Keith Armes, Leintwardine by Iain Rice, and Dunwich by Roy Jackson, Geoff Kent and John Phillips. But was it really worth queuing for several hours on a bitterly cold November day?  £0.95

Model Railway Journal No.0, 1985, pp43.  The special preview issue.  VG-.  There is a vertical crease down the front cover.  Contents include: Laxfield: A Journey of Discovery by John Watson, Bromley's 'Be-Riveted Drudge' by Iain Rice, In Search of a Reliable Low-Visibility Auto-Coupling Philip Hall, Etched Class 40 - The Start of Something Big by Monty Wells, Ross-On-Wye Goods Shed by Michael Lloyd, Aylesbury LNWR by Geoff Williams, and Modelling Baulk Road Pointwork by Andrew Wiles.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.1, 1985, pp42.  Very Good.  Contents include: An 'O' Gauge Convert Confesses by Bob Essery, A Yorkshire Navvy by Monty Wells, Edwardian Stanmore, RTR to Finescale - Fast by Iain Rice and Rod Neep, W. G. Bagnall No.300 by Roy Link, and Modelling Baulk Road Pointwork by Andrew Wiles. The first quarterly issue after the special preview issue.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.2, 1985, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Petherick by Barry Norman, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Small B&M Signal Box by Rodney Hall, A Pioneer Remembered (Sayer-Chaplin) by Don Rowland, A Great Western Pillar Tank by Paul Karau, Weathering Effects on Steel Structures by Dave Rowe, and Simple Simplex by Roy Link.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.3, 1985, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Tafolog by Mike Lloyd, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, The Many Faces of the '04' by Monty Wells, and Toad Variations in 7mm Scale by Peter Tray.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.4, 1985, pp40.  The first bi-monthly issue.  Near VG.  Contents include: Llanastr by Rodney Hall, An Etched Brass GWR Siphon Kit by Adrian Gray, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Spillers Iron Covered Wagons by Ian Pope, and Bricklaying in 4mm Scale by Shirley Rowe.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.5, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Taw Vale Light by Philip Hall, A Vegetable Plot in 4mm Scale by Chris Pilton, A Portable Kit-Building Workshop by Rod Neep, Banana Split by Monty Wells, GWR 6-Wheeled Siphons by John Lewis, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, GNR Horse Boxes by Nick Campling, Sharman Works by Iain Rice, and The Final Torpoint by Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.6, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Banana Split Part 2 by Monty Wells, Minor Railway Locomotives: Wantage Tramway No.7 by Don Townsley, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Rubber & Leaf Suspension by Chris Pendlenton, and GER Stations - The 1865 Style by Dave Holland.   £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.8, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Sophisticating the '08' by Tony Wilson, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Experiences with Paint by Royston Carss, Canal Modelling by David Rowe, Bamburgh by Don Townsley, A Birdcage for the 'H' Class by Stephen Williams, Kit-Built Trackwork by Ian Pusey, and Southwell Central by John Sutton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.9, 1986, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: 4mm Finescale Grows Up by Joe Brook Smith, P4 Starter Pack, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, What the Scalefour Society has to Offer by Mike Williams, Winchester Chesil by Peter Squibb, Traversing the Brink by Bev Lowery, Alternative Trailers by Mike Jolly and Mike Clark, Butley Mills by Iain Rice, Coach Suspension Systems by Mike Trice, A Sprung Underframe by Andy Wiles, Styrene Behaviour by Dave Rowe, and Building a 7mm Scale Jinty by Peter Truman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.10, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Wicken by Trevor Nunn, Scratchbuilding No.202 by Guy Williams, Period Agriculture by Tim Watson, The 'Geordie Pug' by Iain Rice, and BR Standard Parcels Stock in 4mm by Richard Sharpe.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.11, 1986, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Class 73 Electro-Diesels by Monty Wells, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Winter's Tale by Shirley Rowe, Sleeper Fencing by Chris Pendlenton, GNR & ECJS Six-Wheel Full Brakes by Nick Campling, Midland Six-Wheel Full Brake by Allan Sibley, Modelling a GWR 55ft Turntable, Towyn Wharf to Pendre by David Cox, and Wheelchair Modelling by Martin Pitt.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.12, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Scratchbuilding Model Wagons by Chris Crofts, West Leake - GCR by John Quick, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Momentous Developments in Semaphore Control by Chris Pendlenton, GWR Independent Ground Signals by Martin Goodall, 'Morous' and Friends by Don Townsley, and 'Geordie Pug' Variants by John Wright.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.13, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Scenic Art of George Iliffe Stokes by Malcolm Mitchell, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Scratchbuilding Model Wagons Part 2 by Chris Crofts, and Upgrading Etched Coach Kits by Stephen Williams.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.14, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Pampisford by Allan Sibley, The Exebridge Warehouses by Shirley Rowe, Scratchbuilding Model Wagons Part 3 by Chris Crofts, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, and Brush Type 2 by Monty Wells.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.15, 1987, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: EM Rambles in Essex by Ken Morgan, Point Construction in EM by Roger Johnson, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Simple EM Chassis by Louis Baycock, The Pendon Factor in 4mm Development by Guy Williams, Dunwich by Roy Jackson, John Phillips and Geoff Kent , Twenty-One Years in EM by Barry Norman, An Early Furness Mineral Wagon, Cutting Through Chalk by J. R. and I. Maxted, Scratchbuilding Model Wagons Part 4 by Chris Crafts, Moving Tie-Bars for Compensated Stock by Jim Watt, Inkerman Street by Bob Barlow, The Non-Corridor Project by David Jenkinson, and the Art of Weathering by Allan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.16, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  One-inch crease across the bottom front corner of the cover.  Contents include: Darenth by Richard James, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Oxfordshire and Berkshire Farm Wagons in 4mm Scale by Chris Pilton, and Period Waterways by Alan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.17, 1987, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Polsithney by Alan Hall, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, A Scratchbuilt Tank Wagon in 7mm Scale by Deryck Featherstone , A Kit-Built Loriot D in 7mm by John Coates, Hemlock Byte by Paul Fletcher, A GWR Station Building in 4mm Scale by Gerry Hall, Glazed Etched Coach Kits by Nick de Courtais, Auto Trailer Addenda by John Lewis and Mike Doherty, and A Churchward Mogul for 7mm Scale by Geoff Capel.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.18, 1987, pp56.  Enlarged Christmas Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Copenhagen Fields - The Baseboards, Southern Railway 'Van B' by Peter Swift, No.1 Shop by Iain Rice, Locomotives of Dunwich by Roy Jackson, , Lofthouse South Junction Signal Box GNR by John Cockcroft, GWR Brake Van Observations 1940 by R. C. Riley, 5G Rhuddall Heath by Don Rowland, The Art of Weathering by Alan Sibley, and The Non-Corridor Project Part 2 by David Jenkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.20, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chipping Norton by Keith Armes, Point Power by Peter Cross, Bricks & Mortar by Bob Langford, and An N2 for Widened Lines by Allan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.21, 1988, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Cullicudden by Laurie Griffin, Austerity Variations by Allan Sibley, No.1 Shop, Home-Made Slow-Action Point Actuators by Ben Dickinson, Culham Goods Shed in 4mm by Bob Logan, A Shunter's Pole for 4mm by W. A. M. Barter, GWR Load Gauge, Operation of P. O. Wagons by Chris Crofts, Trewithen by Don Townsley, Single Scissor Gangways in 4mm by Mike Clark, Colonel Stephens' Ford T Railbus by Adrian Gray, Hope Mill by Martin Brent, From the Modeller's Armchair, and Refining the Exemplary by Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.22, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Developments in 7mm Trackwork by R. J. Essery, the Non-Corridor Project Concluded by David Jenkinson, and An LMS Tubular Post Signal in 4mm Scale by Trevor Hughes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.23, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lambourn by Ian Harrison, No.1 Shop by Pete Wright, Rubber Sprung Wagon Buffers by W. A. M. Barter, Developments in 7mm Trackwork Part 2 by R. J. Essery, and Nemesis - The S&D 2-8-0 by Iain Rice.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.24, 1988, pp40.  VG-.  There is a half-inch tear to the bottom edge of the front cover.  Contents include: Brill - Metroland's Rural Outpost, GWR Cattle Wagon Variants by Martin Goodall, The British Hedgerow - According to Stokes by Malcolm Mitchell, LNWR 10-Ton Merchandise Wagon by Bill Hudson, GWR Dean Coaches in 7mm by Patrick Reardon, and Festiniog Railway Semaphore Disc Signals by Trevor Hughes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.25, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Modelling the Black Fives in 4mm by Rod Neep and Bob Essery, Etched Trees by Barry Norman, Silent Running by John Redrup, GWR Cattle Wagon Variants Part 2 by Martin Goodall, NER Cowans Sheldon 50ft Turntable by John Wright and From the Modeller's Armchair by Andy Farquarson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.26, 1988, pp56.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Webb 'Teutonic' Class by Geoff Holt, L & Y 10 - Ton 'Breaks' by Barry Lane, Pullman Cars on the LMS by Peter Tatlow, Time Travellers and Timepieces by Nelson Twells, Tamerig Central by Graham Warburton, No.1 Shop - GWR 4,00 Gallon Tenders by R. Guy Williams, Trackwork Developments - A Postscript by Bob Essery, and The Ultra-Fine Main Line by Bill Richmond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.27, 1988, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Life & Lessons of the Borchesters by Frank Dyer, Temples of Convenience by Geoff Dowling, Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright, Variations for Fiddle by Chris Pendlenton, LMS Main Line Reprise, and Ashover Coach in 7mm by Adrian Gray.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.28, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Banbury North Western by D. N. Ratcliff, GWR Dean Coaches in 7mm Part 2 by Patrick Reardon, Hal o' The Wynd - Dyna Drive Developed for 4mm Steam by Chris Pendlenton, and A Universal Paint Stand by Bob Alderman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.29, 1989, p40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Colsterdale by Steve Barnfield, Bishop's Yaxford by Jas Millham, Structures Worth Modelling No.2 by John Wright, Hal O' The Wynd Part 2 by Chris Pendlenton, The Dunwich Pub by Geoff Kent, and Enhancing Tree Kits by Peter Moyle.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.30, 1989, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Model Railway Operation Part 1 by Frank Dyer, Cabs for Modellers by John Minnis, P4 Goes Underground, Kibworth LMS by Bill Davis, No.1 Shop, A Pre-War Lineside Timber Yard, A Basic 2mm Point by Keith Armes, Bridge Street by Colin Gibbard, Arkinstall's - A Modernised Mill by Iain Rice, 4mm County Tank by Malcolm Mitchell, From the Modeller's Armchair by John Minnis, and A Narrow Gauge Ruston for 7mm by Francis Samish.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.31, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ashburton by Chris Lamacraft, Easingwold Railway No.2 by Don Townsley, Model Railway Operation Part 2 by Frank Dyer, The Lineside Coaster by Brian Self, Building 'Russell' by Peter Booth, and Improving a Slater's P.O. Wagon by Chris Crofts.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.32, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lambourn in 2mm by Alan Martin, Model Railway Operation Part 3 by Frank Dyer, No.1 Shop, LSWR 10-Ton Road Van in 7mm by Gerry Beale, GNR 1st/3rd Lavatory Brake by Mike Wakefield, and Structures Worth Modelling No.3 by John Wright.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.33, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Representing Pantiles by Gerry Hall, Watlingford b David Tuffs, Model Railway Operation Part 4 by Frank Dyer, On-board Track Cleaner by Pat Barnett, No.1 Shop, '395' Class in 7mm Scale by John Coates, Sleepering Differences by John Johnson, Copenhagen Fields - Strip Track, Cabs for Modellers by John Minnis, and Armchair Conifers by Paul Karau.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.34, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Gresley's Drone - The J39 by Iain Rice, Model Railway Operation Part 5 by Frank Dyer, Scratchbuilding an 0-6-0 Tender Engine in 2mm Scale by Dave Holland, Great Eastern E22 Kit in 4mm by Tony Wilson, Twenty Minute Trees by Mike Clark, and Penny Hassett by Raymond Earl.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.35, 1989, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Charford Branch by John Charman, Model Railway Operation Part 6 by Frank Dyer, Rough Grass by Paul Karau, No.1 Shop, Wickham LMS by Chris Matthewman, In Search of the 'Buckjumpers' by Iain Rice, A Brace of GNR Brakes by Roger Marsh, and Plastic Surgery on a J52 by Allan Sibley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.36, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Inkerman Street - The Baseboards by Barry Norman, 10-Ton Coal Hopper Wagon by Bill Hudson, Perspective Modelling by Geoff Williams, Slater's 7mm Tank Wagon Kit by Deryck Featherstone, Model Railway Operation Part 7 by Frank Dyer, Talyllyn in 4mm by Francis Samish, London Tilbury & Southend Railway '69' Class 0-6-0T by Bob Essery, In Search of 'Buckjumpers' Part 2 by Iain Rice, and Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.37, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Welsh Slate by Pete Wilson, Inkerman Street - The Track by Tony Wilson and Barry Norman, Resin-Cast Track Parts for 7mm by Ian Pusey, The Gas Works by Geoff Williams, Real Atmosphere, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, Finishing Cast Wheels by Paul Berntsen, and From the Modeller's Armchair by Joe Brook Smith.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.38, 1990, pp40 with a colour poster.  Very Good.  Contents include: Benfieldside NER By John Wright, A Brace of Hudswell Clarkes by Iain Rice, Inkerman Street - The Groundwork by Paul Karau, Getting Started in 2mm Finescale by Mark Fielder, Sherlock Holmes by Denys Brownlee, Creating 2mm Trees by Alan Martin, and 2mm Goes to War by Geoff Balfour.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.39, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: LNWR Webb 0-6-0 Special Tank in 7mm by Geoff Holt, Woolverstone by Iain Rice, Flush-Sided Coaching Stock by Chris Pendlenton, Scale & Gauge in Proportion by Joe Brook Smith, and Inkerman Street - Ground Colour & Texture by Barry Norman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.40, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: GWR Covered Footbridge by Guy Williams, Hursley by Martyn Welch, Scratchbuilding Road Vehicles in 4mm Scale by Geoff Kent, and GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.41, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  There is a one-inch crease across the bottom corner of the front cover.  Contents include: Winchester Chesil Revisited by Peter Squibb, Inkerman Street - The Structures by Bob Barlow, and Scratchbuilding Road Vehicles in 4mm Scale Part 2 by Geoff Kent.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.42, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Includes the MRJ Souvenir Supplement for the Central Hall Exhibition in November 1990, pp8. Contents include: Suddenly Last Summer by Chris Pendlenton, A Mitchell Mogul in 4mm by Guy Williams, No.1 Shop, The King's Horsebox by Roger Marsh, Inkerman Street - Aspinall L&Y 2-4-2T by Geoff Holt, Inkerman Street - The Signal Box by Carl Legg, Model Railway Operation - A Postscript. by Frank Dyer.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.43, 1990, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: A Treasure House in the Garden: The Remarkable O Gauge Empire of W. S. Norris by Jack Ray, Telegraph & Electric Supply Poles by Paul Karau, Polishing a Gem by Mick Rawlings, Container Traffic by Roger Marsh, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, and 2mm Down the Tube by Stewart Hine.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.44, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Grafton by Steve Lee, London Routemaster in 4mm by Ian Harrison, GNR(I) Goods Brake by Tony Miles, Furness Railway Covered Vans by Mike Peascod, Wortley West Junction Signal Box by John Cockcroft, No.1 Shop, and Cheap & Simple Point Control by Chris Lamacraft.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.45, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ynysarwed Sidings by Stephen Harris, Authentic Layout Signalling by Michael Walshaw, Structures Worth Modelling by John Wright, NER Loco Coal & Salt Wagons in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, No.1 Shop, GWR Wagon Variety by Martin Goodall, Highworth by Ian Haynes, and Layout Ideas - New Basford by Mike Christensen.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.46, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Copenhagen Fields by Tim Watson, Slow-Bounce Signal Mechanism by Peter Booth, Morning Noon & Night - Layout Lighting by Dave Rowe, No.1 Shop, and Operating Buckingham by Peter Denny.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.47, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Dubbieside NBR by Alan Goodwillie, Pantiles for Pendon by Malcolm Smith, 'Perspex & Doily' Toplights in 2mm by Stewart Hine, Coldbridge Halt by Jas Millham, S Scale Historic & Challenging by Norman Pattenden, Layout Ideas by Mike Christensen, The 'Two-Bob' Airfix Mineral Improved by Bob How, and 3201 or Stella Class 2-4-0 No.3515 by Guy Williams.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.48, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Grassington & Threshfield by Stephen Ross, Rail-Built Buffer Stops by Steve Hall, Late LMS Coaches in 4mm by Mike Clark, Help for Solo Exhibitors by Bob Haskins, Manning Wardle Class I in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, Guttering in 2mm Scale by Tony Simms, Three-Point Baseboard Supports by Nick de Courtais, and Pendlebury Revisited by Bert Topping.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.49, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Pulborough LB&SCR by Terry Bendall, Dewsbury Goods Shed by Chris Perry and Graham Rayner, Layout Ideas by Mike Christensen, Late LMS Coaches in 4mm by Mike Clark, and Buntingham by Ray Hammond.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.50, 1991, pp56.  Special Enlarged Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chee Tor - 2mm on a Grand Scale by Mike Raithby, Class 50 Indomitable by Iain Metcalfe, No.1 Shop, Inkerman Street's Lamps by Gerry Hall, Ditchling Green by Gordon Gravett, Budget H Class in 7mm by Martin Brent, and SR Maunsell Brake Third by Peter Bradley.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.51, 1991, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Bramblewick NER by Tom Harland, The Tin Mission by Gerry Hall, Resistance Soldering by Iain Rice, Going Finescale by Andrew Lambert, and LSWR Lattice Post Signal in 7mm by Peter Sqibb.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.52, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Gresley A1 in 4mm by Steve Barnfield, Plastikard Punchings by M. C. Osborne, Coal Wharves, Rolling Stock at Aylesbury by Geoff Williams, A Wantage Warehouse in 4mm by Nick de Courtais, Maristow by Bob Harper, and Complex Coach Livery in 4mm by Jol Wilkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.53, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ashford-in-the-Water by Peter Rigby, Colombo by Tony Reynalds, Millwall Extension Railway Locos by Don Townsley, Gear Mounts by Martin Brent, Alnhill NER by Paul Hodgson, Point Control - With Brass Knobs On by Philip Hall, and The Planet Sweet by Francis Samish..  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.54, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: An Advanced 4mm Jubilee by Allan Sibley, Maidstone Road by Les Derbyshire, No.1 Shop and Mineral Wagons Part.1 by Peter Totman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.55, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Darenth Goes Upscale by Ivan Maxted, Jackson Couplings by John Langan, Norman Whitnall & Dave Booth, GWR Pillar Tank in 4mm by Nick de Courtais, Mineral Wagon Variety Part 2 by Peter Totman, A 4mm Hall by John Hayes, and No.1 Shop.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.56, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  One-inch crease across the bottom corner of the front cover.  Contents include: Port Victoria by Andrew Browne, Structures Worth Modelling No.6, No.1 Shop, Jackson Couplings Part 2 by John Langan, Norman Whitnall & Dave Booth, The Scale Optician by Alex Milne, Revamped Railcar by Allan Sibley, Confessions of a Happy Modeller by Barrie Walls, SR Loading Gauge, Mineral Wagon Variety Part 3 by Peter Totman, and Flexible Chassis for Six-Wheelers by Graham Overton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.58, 1992, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: An inspection of North Shields - Chris Pendlenton's matchless layout in full.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.59, 1992, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Bernard Miller - The Man behind the Maestro by Jack Ray and John Miller, Upgrading Two-Bob Cement Wagons by Francis Samish, Southern Schools by Guy Williams, The £10 Airbrush Compressor by Ian Barefoot, Knock, Knock! by Gerry Hall, Aylesbury Station by Geoff Williams, Chapel Wharf - 2mm in a Suitcase by David Mallot, and Modelling British Outline in HO by Malcolm Carlsson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.60, 1993, pp40.  Very Good. Contents include: Churston by Trevor Pott, Pre-War Petrol Depots by John Cockcroft, Wheeled Locomotive Frames for Dewsbury by John Horton, Block Instruments on Buckingham by Peter Denny, GWR Fruit Vans in 4mm by Stephen Williams, Kit-Built Lattice-Post Signal in 7mm by Peter Squibb, and PR to Make Exhibitions Pay by Peter Booth.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.61, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Childs Ercal by John Bancroft, Revamping Die-Cast Road Vehicles by Gordon Gravett, The Ubiquitous 57 by Iain Rice, Pen Tor Road's Four-Holer by Stewart Hine, No.1 Shop, and Block Working with Computers by Ian Everett.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.62, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Building a Parkside BR Ply Sided Van by A. Lambert, Wanborough Camp by Eddie Bourne, Concrete PW Huts on the Lineside - And on the Move by Peter Swift, NER 10 Ton Open in 7mm by Deryck Featherstone, and The Ubiquitous 57 Part 2 by Iain Rice.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.63, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Freelance Approach by Philip Harvey, Pendon's Latest Engines by Guy Williams, Brighton Works - The Little Yellow Terrier by Gordon Gravett, and Class 47 by Monty Wells.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.65, 1993, pp40 with a free poster.  Very Good.  Contents include: Blakeney by Geoff Kent, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Backscenes for Bramblewick by Tom Harland, Wagon Loads No.1 - Sheeted Vehicles by Martyn Welch, The Ultimate Black Five by Guy Williams, Whitemetal 'Hall' by John Cockcroft, and Kendoon by Kenneth Middleditch.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.66, 1993, pp40.  Very Good. Contents include: Corris by Peter Kazer, Layout Design by Barry Norman, The Best Coach Kit Yet? by Guy Williams, MRJ Project Manning Wardle F by Paul Berntsen, Wagon Loads No.2 - Heavy Metal by Martyn Welch, and Colorado - State of the Art A3 by John Hayes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.67, 1993, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lynchmere: by Rod Hayward, Whitemetal Open by Andrew Lambert, Wagon Loads No.3 by Martyn Welch, Ultrascale Crankpins by Guy Williams, Simple Gear Meshing by Bob Isgar, The Simplest Signal Bouncer? by Dave Doe and Vincent de Bode, MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' by Paul Berntsen, Great Western ROD Tenders, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and Colorado - State-of-the-Art A3 by John Hayes.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.68, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lydham Heath by Barry Norman, Scratchbuilding Wagons in Plastic by James Snowdon, MRJ Project Manning Wardle 'F' by Paul Berntsen, Stone Walling by Bob Essery, Wagon Loads No.4 by Martyn Welch, MRJ Portfolio, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and The Clean & Wipe Car by Pete Tray.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.69, 1994, pp40.  VG.  Tiny wear mark on the front cover.  Features Jim Savage's The Taunton Empire. "Probably the most extensive EM layout in the world."  Also Wagon Loads No.5 by Martyn Welch, Bliss's Tweed Mill by Keith Armes, MRJ Project Manning Wardle F by Paul Bersten, and Wedmore by Trevor Gibson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.70, 1994, pp40.  VG.  Contents include: Cockney Modern by Steve Lee, Obituary - Tony Smith, 56XX Fusion by Paul Marshall-Potter, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Project Manning Wardle F by Paul Bernsten and Robin Arkinstall, Refining a 7mm Pannier by Gerry Beale, and Wagon Loads No.6 by Martyn Welch.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.71, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Mr Keen's Time Machine by Michael Shaw, Layout Planning by Martin Goodall, Barrow Crossings by Bob Essery, Layout Design by Barry Norman, 21-Ton Mineral Wagons by Peter Totman, Yaxbury Reincarnated by Jas Millham, and Workshop Tips by Mike Osborne.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.72, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Kenton - A Suffolk Idyll by John Watson, It's All in the Mind by Jack Ray, Wagon Loads No.7 by Martyn Welch, Layout Design by Barry Norman, The NER P3 (In P4!) by Tony Wilson, Better than Compensation? by Bob How, and The Manning Wardle Roll of Honour by Paul Berntsen.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.73, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Lesser Wenlock by David Stone, Shape Memorizing Wire by Jacques Le Plat, Resistance Soldering Unit by John Hayes, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Getting the Drop on Etched Rivets by John Hayes, Three Castles by Tony Reynalds, LMS Wagon Miscellany by Martin Goodall, Workshop Matters by Laurie Griffin, and The Little Old Lewin by Paul Berntsen.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.74, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Horses and Waggons by Gordon Gravett, Tamerig by Tony Bagwell, Three 'Castles' by Tony Reynolds, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Resistance Soldering by Jol Wilkinson, and L & Y Heavy Hauler by John Cockcroft.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.75, 1994, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: John Ahern by David Kitchiner, Back to Basics by John Cockcroft, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Ruyton Road by John Spencer, and The Writing Lamp by Roger Lycett-Smith.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.76, 1995, pp40. Very Good.  Contents include: Painting by an Old Master by Alan Brackenborough, Bloater Underframe by Andrew Lambert, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Carron Road by Nigel Bowyer, Juno by Martin Brent, Large Prairie in 4mm by John Hayes, and Soldering Moving Joints by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.77, 1995, pp40. Tenth Anniversary Issue.  Very Good.  Contents include: MMS Resistance Soldering Unit by John Hayes, Faringdon by Stephen Williams, The Tin Turtle by Martyn Welch, 24.5 Ton Mineral Wagons by Peter Totman, Layout Design by Barry Norman, GWR Cordons by John Ambler and R. Tourret, 40 Years Building Rolling Stock by Philip Millard, Fitted Freight in 7mm by Gerry Beale, and 4mm Scale Buffer Improvement by Michael Larcombe.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.78, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Tan-Y-Grisiau by Trevor Hughes, Culinary Nostalgia by Stephen Sullivan, Beddgelert by Francis Samish, LMS Wagon Miscellany by Martin Goodall, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Kiwi Control by Chris Langdon, Puffed Grass by Martyn Welch, and Rolling Mill by Philip Hall and Colin Gibbard.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.79, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Leat Road by David Measey, The Resin Gresley by Gerry Beale, Longer Grass by Martyn Welch, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Forming the Flange by Geoff Helliwell, Hybrid Couplings for Ashburton by Chris Lamacraft, Jackson Couplings in 2mm by Jim Watt, and More Manning Wardles.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.80, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Westford Goes EM by Nigel French, Wagon Springing by Bob Essery and Don Field, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Arthurian Legends by Guy Williams, Coach Hinges by John Hayes, Kit-Bashing an etched 4mm Coach by Andrew Lambert, LMS Wagon Miscellany Part 3 by Martin Goodall, and Heavy Duty Soldering by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.81, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Smooth Manors by John Hayes, Marlborough by Philip Young, 7mm Heavy Mineral by Peter Totman, Real Atmosphere, Kit-Bashing an Etched 4mm Coach by Andrew Lambert, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Sticky-Back Roof Tiles by Peter Jones, and Lighting Tower Kit in 2mm by Paul Marshall-Potter.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.82, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Mighty Q6 by Dave Bradwell, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Coaling Up by John Hayes, The 'Big Yin' by Tim Shackleton, Roye England, GER Signals in 4mm by Michael Walshaw, Offset Resistance Soldering by Mike Grey, A Horizontal Vice by Pete Wright, and Kit-Bashing an Etched 4mm Coach Part 3 by Andrew Lambert.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.83, 1995, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Laira MPD by John Dornom, Real Atmosphere, Mechanical Interlocking by Martin Nield, GER Signals in 4mm Part 2 by Michael Walshaw, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Commode & Door Handles by John Hayes, and 20 Ton Hopper Upgrade by J. Alan Cook.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.84, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Dyna-Driven Class 37 by Tim Shackleton, LMS Wagon Miscellany Part 4 by Martin Goodall, Municipal Workhorses by Gordon Gravett, Pulborough Revisited by Barry Luck, Dumb Buffered PO Lime Wagon, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Unfitted Freight in 7mm by Gerry Beale, Cleaning Up by Laurie Griffin, Soft Working Cradle by Bob Haskins, and Real Atmosphere.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.85, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Last Great Project by David Jenkinson, Stretching a Midland Six-Wheeler by Alan Hammond, Portfolio, The Slow Motion Picture by J. Douglas Smith, North London 4-Wheelers by Jol Wilkinson, GER E22 in 7mm by Graham Overton, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and LMS Wagon Miscellany Part 5 by Martin Goodall.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.86, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Born in the USA by Tim Watson, East Lynn by Trevor Nunn, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Telling Tales by Monty Wells, Power Car to Parcels Van by Tim Shackleton, New Kit for the Pimpled Mineral by Peter Totman, A Scale Micrometer by Sid Stubbs, The Last Great Project Part 2 by David Jenkinson, and Shortening Small Bushes by Peter Totman.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.87, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Gas Works by Bob Alderman, The Wisbech Wonder by Tim Shackleton, LNER Cattle Trucks by Steve Banks, Enlarging Holes by Laurie Griffin, Born in the U.S.A. Part 2 by Tim Watson, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, and Sheeted Open in Resin by Gerry Beale.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.88, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: RTR Pannier from N to 2mm by John Greenwood, Water Orton Station in 7mm by Bill Hudson, GNR/LNER 20-Ton Brake by John Cockcroft, Clerestory Upgrade by Trevor Pott, GWR Air Services 'Wessex' by Guy Williams, A Slice of Wensleydale by Barry Norman, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Morris Van in 4mm by Geoff Kent. and The Last Great Project Part 3 by David Jenkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.89, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Container Traffic in 7mm by Gerry Beale, LSWR Arc-Roofed Coaches by Chris Wesson, S-Scale in the Fells by Stan Garlick, GER Turntable by Trevor Nunn, Inversnecky & Drambuie by Tim Watson, 'H. H.' and Bert Groves and Rydes Vale by Stewart Hine, RTR Pannier from N to 2mm Part 2 by John Greenwood, and Bangers from the Black Country by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.90, 1996, pp40 with a free colour poster.  Very Good.  Contents include: Steamlined Duchess by Guy Williams, Layout Design by Barry Norman, MRJ Portfolio, Grow Your Own Rivets by J. Douglas Smith, 9F by Tim Shackleton, Soldering On by Martyn Welch, and LNWR Wooden Station Components by Jol Wilkinson.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.91, 1996, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Bleadon WC & PR by Steve Sims, Riveting Stuff by Paul Berntsen, NER 708 Class in 2mm by Bob Jones, Swanage Revisited by Norman Pattenden, Layout Design by Barry Norman, 9F Part 2 by Tim Shackleton, Stanier Mogul in 7mm by G. W. Rillingham, Puddles by John Dornom, Wagon Underframe in 2mm by Bob Shackle, Coach Bogie Colouring by Guy Williams, Bridge on the River Ply by Jas Millham, and Hut Cluster by Tim Shackleton. .  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.92, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Ynysarwed Sidings by Stephen Harris, Mickey Mouse Makeover by John Cockcroft, Real Atmosphere, The Last Great Project Part 4 by David Jenkinson, Smoke Effects by John Dornom, Uncommon Toad by John Hayes, and Whuffling Along by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.93, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Bubble by Tim Shackleton, Clifford Castle in 7mm by Clifford Williams, Hayling Island by Angela Halliday, 517 Varieties by Guy Williams, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and Going Nowhere Fast by Alan Sibley. .  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.94, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Mallard by Tim Watson, Rubber-Mounted Jackson-Type Couplings by George Mitcheson, Ashburton by John Birkett-Smith, and An Original GW Branch Set in 7mm by James Snowdon.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.95, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Midsomer Norton & Welton by Tony Sullivan, Man the Pumps by Martyn Welch, A Quartering Device by Jorgen Sturup, Gresley Kitchen Cars by Steve Banks, Mallard Part 2 by Tim Watson, Layout Design by Barry Norman, and Variations on the Peco 7mm Goods Van by James Snowdon. .  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.96, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Chemical Blackening by John Hayes, Maunsell Corridor Coaches in 7mm by David Jenkinson, Robinson 'K' 2-8-0 or LNER O/4 by Guy Williams, The Gutter Press by Graham Rayner, Midland 4-4-0 Compound No. 2631 by Sid Stubbs, Soldering Whitemetal to Brass by Laurie Griffin, LNWR 40ft Cove Roof Coaches by Jol Wilkinson, and Ale Pallet Wagons in 4mm by Tim Shackleton.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.97, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Atmospheric Smoke by John Dornom, The Lost Railbus by Tim Shackleton, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Romsey by Ian Wilkins and David Barker, Snips and Shears by Laurie Griffin, and Auchlin G&SWR by Ian Middleditch.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.98, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: From Hull Hell and Halifax by Steve Hall, Bubble-Free Casting by Richard de Camin, Bulk Modelling for Bulk Trains by John Webb, Layouts for Operation by Richard Chown, Whitemetal Wonders by Tim Shackleton, Scratchbuilding by Computer by Iain Dobson and Ian Middleditch, Better Baths and Buckets by Graham Rayner, and A Bridge too Far by J. Alan Cook.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.99, 1997, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: Mechanical Horses in 7mm by Gerry Beale, Baseboards for Thursford by Ray Hammond, Saxted by Ray Fricker, Layout Design by Barry Norman, Midland Six-Wheel Guard's Van by Eldred Clark, The Last Great Project Part 5 by David Jenkinson, Midland Kirtley 0-6-0 by Sid Stubbs, Finescale O Gauge Improved by Jim Snowdon, and Home-Made Transfers by Trevor Pott.  £1.50

Model Railway Journal No.100, 1998, pp40.  Very Good.  Contents include: The Bendy J17 by Jas Millham, St George's Hill by Ian Hopkins, Taking it Easy in O by Barry Norman, Suspension for 4mm Road Vehicles by Roger Lycett-Smith, Charford Mk II by John Charman, GNR A1 in 7mm by Steve Barnfield, and Using Piercing Saws and Cutting-Out by Laurie Griffin.  £1.50

Trolleybuses

Piltz, Howard  The Heyday of the Trolleybus [Vol.1], IA, 1996, pp80.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour pictorial tribute.  £3.95

Canals and Rivers

De Mare, Eric  The Canals of England, Architectural Press, 3rd revised impression, 1961, pp124.  VG in Fair dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been reinforced internally at several points along the top and bottom edges.  A classic description of the canals supported by 178 of De Mare’s widely acclaimed photographs.  £5.95

Gagg, John  Observers Canals, Penguin Books, 1996, pp192.  With photographs by the author and drawings by Robert Wilson.  Small format.  Fine with glazed boards.  A revised and updated reference guide in the Observers Series.  £1.95

Ryan E K W  The Thames from the Towpath: An account of an expedition on foot from Putney to Thames Head, St Catherine Press, 1938, pp260.  Inscription.  Hard Cover.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  There are several small tears in the dust wrapper.  £9.50

For further books on canals and waterways see the main Canal & Maritime Section.

Industrial History

Briggs, Asa  Marks and Spencer 1884-1984, Octopus Books, pp128.  Large Format.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  An illustrated centenary history of Marks & Spencer.  £3.95

Collier, Peter and Horowitz, David  The Fords: An American Epic, Collins, 1988, pp496 plus 88 illustrations  Hard Cover.  No dust wrapper.  VG.  The story of the Ford car family dynasty.  £3.95

Ford, Henry  My Life & Work,  Heinemann, 1924, pp289.  First published in 1922.   No dust wrapper.  Fair.  Rubbing and general wear to the covers, particularly down the spine.  Foxing to the pages.  The autobiography of Henry Ford written in collaboration with Samuel Crowther.  £3.95

Harvey, Chris  All-Time Classic Cars: A Collection of More than 140 Outstanding Models, Chancellor Press, 1993, pp160.  Hard Cover.  Large Format.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Details of over 140 of the world’s finest models, well illustrated throughout.  £3.95

Macpherson, Hugh (Editor)  John Spedan Lewis 1885-1963: Remembered by some of his contemporaries in the centenary year of his birth, John Lewis, 1985, pp222.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A centenary tribute to John Spedan Lewis by some of his contemporaries.  £3.95

Marcus, Stanley  Minding the Store  A Memoir, Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1974, pp383.  Hard Cover.  No dust wrapper.  VG-.  The bottom corners of cover are slightly bumped.  The story of the Neiman-Marcus department store in Dallas, Texas.  £3.95

Rapier, Brian J  White Rose Base, Air Museum York, 2nd edition 1980, pp84.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history of military airfields in Yorkshire.  £2.95

Sebba, Anne  Laura Ashley: A life by design, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1990, pp207.  Hard Cover.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A history of the family-based company that started in a modest way in Wales in 1953.  £3.95

Sloan, Alfred P  My Years with General Motors, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1986, pp472.  Hb.  There is a tiny tear in the dust wrapper, otherwise Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Sloan transformed General Motors from a sprawling loosely organised company into the largest private company in the world.  £4.95

Turnbull, Gerald L  Traffic and Transport: An Economic History of Pickfords, A&U, 1979, pp196.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  By focusing on the history of Pickfords, Turnbull traces the growth of inland transport services by road, canal and railway from the early 17th century until the eve of nationalisation in 1947.  £4.95

Williams K, Williams J and Haslam C  The Breakdown of Austin Rover  A case study in the failure of business strategy and industrial policy, Berg, 1987, pp150.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A critical review of the Michael Edwardes’ era.  £3.95

Wisdom T H  50 Years of Progress: The History of the Automotive Products Organisation over the past 50 Years 1920-1970, pp48.  Hb.  Large format.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head and base of the spine.  A well-illustrated history of the group with a presentation slip enclosed.  £2.95

 

For further industrial history books see the main Industrial History Section.

 

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