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2020 New Year Railway List

Abbott, Stan and Whitehouse, Alan  The Line that Refused to Die: The story of the successful campaign to save the Settle and Carlisle Railway, Leading Edge, 1990, pp224.  Pb.  VG.  The inside story of the ultimately successful fight to prevent the closure of the Settle & Carlisle.  2.95

Allen, G Freeman and Whitehouse, Patrick  Great Railway Photographs by Eric Treacy, Chancellor Press, 1997, pp216.  First published in 1982 by David and Charles.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with dust wrapper.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A compilation of 300 of Treacy's best photographs, including 24 pages of coloured shots.  3.95

Ballantyne, Hugh  Scottish Steam in Colour, Janes, 1987, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "231."  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour landscape-format album.  4.95

Ballantyne, Hugh  Western Steam in Colour, IA, 1990, pp96.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour landscape-format album.  3.95

Ballantyne, Hugh  Western Steam in Colour 2, IA, 1990, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "400."  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  The top corners of the covers are slightly bumped.  An all-colour landscape-format album.  4.95

Bartholomew, David  Midland & South Western Junction Railway Vol.1, Wild Swan, 1982, pp238.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  An outline history plus a detailed survey of the line.  Vol.2 deals with locomotives, while Vol.3 covers carriages & wagons.  18.50

Barnsley, Mike  Midland & South Western Junction Railway Vol.2 Locomotives, Wild Swan, 1991, pp154.  Small inscription, the number "407."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A thorough and detailed account of the locomotive history of the Midland & South Western Junction Railway, with numerous illustrations and 7mm to the foot drawings.  14.50

Batty, Stephen R  Rail Centres: Sheffield, Booklaw Publications, 2005, pp144.  Rail Centres No.11.  First published by Ian Allan in 1984.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The covers are slightly bumped at the head of the spine.  A well-illustrated history of railways in the Sheffield area.  5.95

Bellwood, John and Jenkinson, David  Gresley and Stanier: A Centenary Tribute, National Railway Museum, 1st Edition 1976, pp100.  Bookplate from previous owner.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good.  A comparative study of the work of Sir Nigel Gresley and Sir William Stanier, arguably the two greatest British steam locomotive engineers of the 20th century.  2.95

Bentley J M  Railways of the High Peak Buxton - Engines & Men, Foxline, 1995, pp64, some colour.  Scenes from the Past:24.  Small inscription, the number "530."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  6.95

Blenkinsop R J  Shadows of the Great Western, OPC, 1972, pp96.  Large Format. Hard Cover. Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A high-quality album of Great Western steam in the 1950s and 1960s.  4.95

Blenkinsop R J  Echoes of the Great Western, OPC, 1973, pp96.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The lower front corner of the covers is slightly bumped; some loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  A high-quality album of Great Western steam.  4.95

Blenkinsop R J  Reflections of the Great Western, OPC, 1974, pp96.  Large Format. Hard Cover. Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The spine of the dust wrapper is sunned.  A high-quality album of Great Western steam.  4.95

An Illustrated History of LSWR Locomotives

Bradley D L  An Illustrated History of LSWR Locomotives: The Adams Classes, Wild Swan, 1985, pp186.  Small inscription, the number "421."  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The first volume in a definitive four-volume series.  38.50

Bradley D L  An Illustrated History of LSWR Locomotives: The Drummond Classes, Wild Swan, 1986, pp234.  Small inscription, the number "422."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The second volume in a definitive four-volume series.  36.50

Bradley D L  An Illustrated History of LSWR Locomotives: The Urie Classes including those modified and built by R. E. L. Maunsell, Wild Swan, 1987, pp156.  Small inscription, the number "425."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The third volume in a definitive series.  36.50

Bradley D L  An Illustrated History of LSWR Locomotives: The Early Engines 1838-53 and the Beattie Classes, Wild Swan, 1989, pp246 plus pp18 of drawings.  Small inscription, the number "432."  Large Format.  Hard Cover. Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The final volume of a definitive four-volume study.  28.50

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British Rail in the Fifties No.5 Scottish Region, IA, pp32.  No date.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A reprint of a small format Ian Allan booklet from the late 1950s.  0.95

British Rail Track Diagrams 4. London Midland Region, Quail Map Company, 1st edition 1990, pp56.  Small inscription, the number "780."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight creasing across the bottom front corner of the front cover.  The diagrams cover the lines of former British Rail's London Midland Region and a number of private railways.  The maps are up-to-date to October 1990.  4.95

Brown, Ian and Stephenson, Brian  T. G. Hepburn: Railway Photographer, Nottingham County Council and RAS Publishing, 1998, pp88.  Small inscription, the number "809."  Large Format Pb.  VG.  A superb album of railway photos by T G Hepburn - many of LNER locos in the Nottingham area where he lived.  6.95

Buck, Gordon  A Pictorial Survey of Railway Stations, OPC, 1992, pp224 including pp16 of colour illustrations.  Large Format  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  An excellent architectural study built around the author's own extensive collection of photographs.  5.95

Burridge, Frank  Nameplates of the Big Four including British Railways, OPC/BCA, 1985, pp160.  First published in 1975.  Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  The large number of illustrations of nameplates make this an excellent reference.  6.95

Butcher, Alan C  On London & South Western Lines, IA, 1995, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "821."  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour album of steam on former L&SWR lines in the 1950s and 1960s.  4.95

Carter R S  BR Electric Locomotives in 4mm Scale, IA, 1985, pp64.  Model Railway Constructor Planbook 3. Small inscription, the number "14."  Large landscape format.  Card Covers with plastic ring.  Very Good.  4mm drawings plus details of each class.  Includes Class 70 - Class 77, Class 80 - 87 & Class 89.  An appendix covers the electric locomotives of the former North Eastern Railway.  12.50

Casserley H C  The Historic Locomotive Pocketbook, Batsford, 1960, pp256.  Small format.  VG with pictorial boards.  A survey of British locomotive history in pocket book form, with photographs and brief essays on over 200 locomotive classes.  2.95

Castledine, Malcolm  The Railways of Scotland in the Latter Days of Steam, Book Law, 2004, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "988."  Large landscape format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A high-quality pictorial album.  5.95

Clay, John F  Jubilees of the LMS, IA, 1971, pp112 plus 24 pages of illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "460."  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A useful study of an important class.  5.95

Cook A F  LMS Locomotive Design and Construction: Loco Engineers, Their Designs & Modifications, RCTS, 1990, pp176.  Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Loss of colour down the spine and along the top edge of the covers.  Deals with the LMS Standard Locomotives and with non-standard locomotives built after Grouping.  12.50

Cook A F  Raising Steam on the LMS: The Evolution of LMS Locomotive Boilers, RCTS, 1999, pp235 with 136 illustrations.  Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Small inscription, the number "849.". Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Examines the crucial role played by developments in boiler design in the modernisation of the LMS locomotive fleet.  8.50

Cooper, Peter  The B4 Dock Tanks, Kingfisher, 1988, pp40.  Small inscription, the number "426."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated history of a famous class of London & South Western Railway 0-4-0Ts which continued to find work in the Southampton docks well into BR days.  8.50

Cormack J R H and Stevenson J L  Highland Railway Locomotives Book 1: Early Days to the Lochs, RCTS, 1988, pp160.  RCTS Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Small inscription, the number "492."  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Slight loss of colour down the spine.  The first volume of a definitive two-volume history.  8.50

Cormack J R H and Stevenson J L  Highland Railway Locomotives Book 2: The Drummond, Smith & Cummings Classes, RCTS, 1990, pp174.  RCTS Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Slight rubbing to the corners at the base of the spine.  The second volume of a definitive two-volume history.  8.50

Dunnett, Malcolm; Ermel, Trevor; Groundwater, Ken; Hudspith, Kevin; Hunt, John; and Krause, Ian North East Focus: A View from the Bridge, NRM, 1998, pp50.  In association with Steam Railway. Edited by Nigel Harris.  Small inscription, the number "817."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good The end of BR steam as seen by a group of Newcastle based photographers in the late 1960s.  2.95

Dyckhoff, Nigel  The Cheshire Lines Committee Then and Now, IA, 1984, pp112.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An pictorial survey of the Cheshire lines, mainly in steam days, but with some more recent shots.  Paired "then" and "now" shots, as might possibly be expected from the title, are not used.  7.50

Earnshaw, Alan  Railways in and around Huddersfield: Part 1, Foxline, 1993, pp76. Scenes from the Past:20.  Small inscription, the number "335."  Large Format.  Card Covers. Very Good.  7.50

Esau, Mike  Steam into Wessex, IA, 1st edition 1971, pp128.  Small inscription, the number "417."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the spine.  A best-selling album depicting the last years of steam on the Southern Region's main line from Waterloo to Southampton and Bournemouth.  4.95

Forsythe H G  Steam Shed Portrait, Atlantic, 1981, pp50.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated booklet describing the day-to-day operation of a steam shed.  0.95

Fox, Gregory  The Railways around Stockport, Foxline, 1986, 99 plates.  Scenes from the Past:1.  Small inscription, the number "324."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight colour loss down the spine.  5.95

Fox, Gregory K  Stockport Tiviot Dale: A Cheshire Line Remembered, Foxline, 1991, 123 illustrations.  Scenes from the Past 13.  Large Format Pb.  VG+.  8.50

Frater, Alexander  Stopping-Train Britain: A Railway Odyssey, Hodder & Stoughton, 1983, pp167.  Photographs by Alain Le Garsmeur.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  An evocative description of the author's travels on our rural railways in the early 1980s, well-illustrated throughout in both colour and black & white.  2.95

Gammell, Chris  Scottish Steam in Colour 2, IA, 1993, pp80.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  An all-colour album.  4.95

Gammell, Chris  Midland Lines in Colour, IA, 1997, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "765.". Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  An all-colour album.  5.95

Gilbert A C and Knight N R  Railways around Lancashire: A Pictorial Survey,  Manchester Transport Museum Society, 1975, 135 illustrations with a large fold-out map of Lancashire inside the rear cover.  Small inscription, the number "190."  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  4.95

Gilbert A C and Knight N R  Railways around Manchester: A pictorial review of the Nineteen Fifties, Manchester Transport Museum Society, 1975, pp104 and a large fold-out map of the Manchester area inside the rear cover.  Small inscription, the number "189."  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  There are two small brown marks on the top rear edge of the rear cover.  4.95

History of British Railways Standard Steam Locomotives

Gilbert P T and Chancellor P J  A Detailed History of British Railways Standard Steam Locomotives Vol.1: Background to Standardisation and the Pacific Classes, RCTS, 1994, pp172 with pp8 of colour.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Slight wear to the covers at the head of the spine.  A definitive study.  10.50

A Detailed History of British Railways Standard Steam Locomotives Vol.2: The 4-6-0 and 2-6-0 Classes, RCTS, 2003, pp280 including pp8 of colour.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A definitive study.  16.50

Walford, John and Harrison, Paul  A Detailed History of British Railways Standard Steam Locomotives Vol.4: The 9F 2-10-0 Class, RCTS, 2008, pp22 plus 317 including pp8 of colour.  Small inscription, the number "1056."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A definitive study.  24.50

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Glenn, D Fereday  The Last Days of Steam in the Scottish Highlands, AS, 1991, pp136.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper with slight creasing at the top front edge of the dust wrapper.  A pictorial album.  3.95

Goodman, John  LMS Locomotive Names: The Named Locomotives of the London Midland & Scottish Railway and its Constituent Companies, RCTS, 1994, pp215 with 122 illustrations.  Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Spine sunned, top corners of the covers slightly bumped.  A detailed account of the names and nameplates carried on LMS locomotives and those of its Constituent Companies.  6.95

Goslin, Geoff  The London Extension of the Midland Railway St Pancras to Bedford: A History of the St Pancras - Bedford Route, Irwell Press, 1994, pp110.  Small inscription, the number "527."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the Midland Railway's London extension.  10.50

Gosling, Ted and Clement Mike  Devon Railways, Sutton, 1997, pp128. Pb.  VG+. Sutton's Photographic History of Railways Series.  3.95

Hall, Stanley  Rail Centres: Manchester, IA, 1st edition 1995, pp192.  The original Ian Allen edition.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A well-illustrated history of the railways in and around Manchester.  6.95

British Railways Steaming Series from Defiant Publishing

 Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming through the Sixties: Vol.1, Defiant Publications, 1983, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "210."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight creasing across the bottom front corner of the cover.  3.95

Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming through the Sixties: Vol.2, Defiant Publications, 1984, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "213."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  3.95

Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming through the Sixties: Vol.8, Defiant Publications, 1985, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "221."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  4.95

Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming through the Sixties: Vol.10, Defiant Publications, 1988, pp96.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  4.95

Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming through the Sixties: Vol.13, Defiant Publications, 1991, pp94.  Small inscription, the number "250."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  4.95

Hands, Peter and Richards, Colin  British Railways Steaming on the Western Region: Vol.3, Defiant Publications, 1989, pp96. Small inscription, the number "406."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  4.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steam Hauled Freight Trains 1948-1968: Vol.1, Defiant Publications, 1993, pp96.  Small inscription, the number, "266."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A compilation of the work of over forty photographers at over 140 different locations.  5.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steam Hauled Passenger Trains in the Fifties: Vol.1, Defiant Publications, 1993, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "285."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  4.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steaming through London, Defiant Publications, 1996, pp94.  Small inscription, the number "799."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  5.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steaming in the North West, Defiant Publications, 1997, pp94.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Twenty six contributors provide illustrations from some sixty locations in the North West.  5.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steaming on the London Midland Region: Vol.4, Defiant Publications, 1997, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "759."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A diverse album from some thirty five contributors.  4.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steaming on the London Midland Region: Vol.5, Defiant Publications, 1997, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "798."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  Some loss of colour down the spine.  A diverse album from some twenty eight contributors.  4.95

Hands, Peter  British Railways Steaming from A-Z: A 'Valediction', Defiant Publications, 1998, pp94.  Small inscription, the number "838."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  In this final volume of the series, Peter Hands presents a selection of photographs contributed by readers of his earlier publications.  5.95

Hay, Peter  British Railways Steaming on the South Coast, Defiant Publications, 1991, pp96. Small inscription, the number "249."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  With sections on Kent, Sussex, Hampshire, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.  4.95

Hay, Peter  British Railways Steaming through Scotland: Vol.1, Defiant, 1991, pp94.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A typical Defiant Publications album following the usual Peter Hands' format. 4.95

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Haresnape, Brian  Maunsell Locomotives: A Pictorial History, IA, 1977, pp128.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper. A class-by-class survey of Maunsell's designs, including his two designs for the Great Southern & Western Railway of Ireland.  3.95

Haresnape, Brian  Collett and Hawksworth Locomotives: A Pictorial History, IA, 1st edition 1978, pp128.  Small inscription, the number "385."  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper. The spine of the dust wrapper is faded.  A class-by-class survey of Great Western engines introduced between 1922 and 1948.  4.95

Haresnape, Brian  Stanier Locomotives: A Pictorial History, IA, 1993, pp128.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A class-by-class survey of the locomotives developed by Sir William Stanier for the LMS.  2.95

Haresnape, Brian and Swain, Alec  Churchward Locomotives: A Pictorial History, IA, 1982, pp112.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A class-by-class survey of the locomotives designed by George Jackson Churchward for the Great Western Railway.  3.95

Haresnape, Brian  Ivatt & Riddles Locomotives: A Pictorial History, Booklaw, 1997, pp112.  First published by Ian Allan.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A class-by-class survey of the designs of H. G. Ivatt, the last CME of the LMS, and of Robin Riddles.  3.95

LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development

Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.1: The L&NWR, Wild Swan, 1981, pp250.  Small inscription, the number "456."  Large Format.  Hard Cover. Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Some 75 sheds are dealt with using a variety of photographs and track plans together with detailed text.  36.50

Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.2: The Midland Railway, Wild Swan, 1981, pp258.  Small inscription, the number "457."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight fading on the red spine of the dust wrapper.  A detailed account of each of the ex-Midland Railway depots still operating in 1947 with brief notes on sites closed before nationalisation.  18.50

Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.3: The Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Wild Swan, 1982, pp136.  Small inscription, the number "458."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Covers in detail the twenty-one sheds still operating in 1947, with brief notes on the sheds that closed earlier.  20.50

Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.4: The Smaller English Constituents, Wild Swan, 1984, pp184.  Small inscription, the number "470."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The sheds of The Furness, The London Tilbury & Southend, The North Staffordshire, The Stratford Upon Avon & Midland Junction, and The Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway. Comprehensive coverage with photographs and track plans together with a detailed text.  20.50

Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.5: The Caledonian Railway, Wild Swan, 1987, pp170. Small inscription, the number "480."  Large Format. Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A detailed account of each of the twenty five engine sheds still operating in 1947 followed by brief notes on sites closed prior to nationalisation.  24.50

Hawkins, Chris; Reeve, George; and Stephenson, James  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.6: The Highland Railway, Irwell Press, 1989, pp130.  Small inscription, the number "490."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A detailed account of each of the fifteen engine sheds still operating in 1947 followed by brief notes on sites closed prior to nationalisation.  24.50

Hawkins, Chris; Reeve George; and Stephenson, James  LMS Engine Sheds, Their History and Development Vol.7: The Glasgow and South Western Railway, Irwell Press, 1990, pp130.  Small inscription, the number "500."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Covers in detail sheds still operating in 1947, with brief notes on the sheds that closed earlier.  Also includes details of sheds on the Portpatrick and Wigtownshire Joint line to Stranraer.  20.50

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Hawkins, Chris and Reeve, George  Great Western Railway Engine Sheds: London Division, Wild Swan, 1987, pp384.  Small inscription, the number "396."  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Some loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  A definitive study of the following sheds: Old Oak, Southall, Slough, Reading, Didcot, Oxford and their sub-sheds.  24.50

Hawkins, Chris; Hooper, John; and Reeve George  British Railways Engine Sheds No.1: An LNER Inheritance, Irwell Press, 1988, pp40.  Inscription.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good.  An illustrated review of the main post-grouping shed developments on the LNER.  5.95

Hawkins C, Hooper J and Reeve G  British Railways Engine Sheds 3: London Midland Matters, Irwell Press, 1989, pp90.  The hardback edition.  Small inscription, the number "497."  Large Format. Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A well-illustrated study of LMS engine shed development before and immediately after the war.  8.50

Hawkins, Chris  The Book of the Jubilee 4-6-0s, Irwell Press, 2002, pp196.  Small inscription, the number "926."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  A well-illustrated history.  16.50

Hay, Peter  Pre-Grouping Southern Steam in the 1950s, IA, 1983, pp112. Small inscription, the number "419."  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the spine.  A comprehensive pictorial survey of the pre-grouping classes still at work in the 1950s.  4.95

Heavyside, Tom  Heyday of Steam around Manchester, IA, 1995, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "286."  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  An all-colour landscape-format album.  5.95

Heavyside, Tom  On Lancashire & Yorkshire Lines, IA, 1997, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "762."  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  An all-colour landscape-format album featuring steam on the lines of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.  5.95

Henshaw, Alfred  The Great Northern Railway in the East Midlands [Part 1]: The Rise and Fall of Colwick Yards - Nottingham London Road - Gedling Basford, RCTS, 1999, pp120.  Small inscription, the number "833."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good+.  The first volume of Henshaw's definitive pictorial record of the Great Northern in the East Midlands.  18.50

Hoole, Ken  North Eastern Album, IA, 1974, pp112 with colour frontis.  Small inscription, the number "553."  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  An album dedicated to the former North Eastern Railway; mainly pre-grouping photographs with a few later views.  4.95

Hoole, Ken  Rail Centres: York, IA, 1st edition 1983, pp128.  The original Ian Allan edition.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A comprehensive history of railways in the York area.  6.95

Hoole, Ken  Rail Centres: Newcastle, IA, 1st edition 1986, pp128.  The original Ian Allan edition.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Examines the development of the railway network on both sides of the Tyne from the early 19th century to the present day.  6.95

Hooper, John  EM1 & EM2: An Illustrated Historical Review of the Manchester, Sheffield, Wath Electric Locomotives - 76s & 77s, Book Law, 2014, pp194.  Small inscription, the number "1109."   Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  A largely pictorial history of the 1500 DC electric locomotives built for electrification of the Woodhead route between Manchester and Sheffield.  12.50

Hooper, John  An Illustrated Historical Review of the Clayton Type 1 Bo-Bo Diesel Electric Locomotives - Class17, Book Law, 2016, pp152.  Small inscription, the number "1108."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  A largely pictorial history of one of the least successful of the early diesel designs.  16.50

Hopkins, Ken  North Staffordshire Locomotives: An Illustrated History, Trent Valley Publications, 1986, pp96.  The less common hardback edition.  Small inscription, the number "489."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A class-by-class illustrated survey.  12.50

Household, Humphrey  With the LNER in the Twenties, AS, 1985, pp180.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the plastic coating of the dust wrapper at the bottom front edge.  Reminiscences of an LNER traffic apprentice, illustrated with photographs that he took at the time.  4.95

Hughes, Geoffrey  The Gresley Influence, IA, 1983, pp160.  Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  A major appraisal of Nigel Gresley's contribution to steam locomotive design.  3.95

Huntriss, Derek  On Midland Lines, IA, 1992, pp80.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  An all-colour album featuring steam on the lines of the former Midland Railway in BR days.  4.95

Jane's Railway Year

For the first time for a while I am able to offer all six volumes of this excellent yearbook.

Jane's Railway Year 1981, pp136.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG with slight rubbing to the edges of the glazed boards.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in black & white and colour.  3.95

Jane's Railway Year 1982, pp176.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Small inscription, the number "65."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in both black & white and colour.  3.95

Jane's Railway Year 1983, pp176.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Small inscription, the number "71."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in both black & white and colour.  3.95

Jane's Railway Year 1984, Jane's, pp176.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in both black & white and colour.   3.95

Jane's Railway Year 1985, Jane's, pp176.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards. Very Good+.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in both black & white and colour.  3.95

Jane's Railway Year 1986, pp176.  Editor: Murray Brown.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A comprehensive pictorial review of the year's events, illustrated in both black & white and colour.  3.95

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Jennison, John; James, Fred; Essery, Bob; and Hunt, David  Pictorial Supplement to LMS Locomotive Profiles No.8: The Class 8F 2-8-0s, Wild Swan, 2005, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "1031."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  Carefully selected photographs with extended captions.  7.50

Johnson, Bill  British Railway Locomotive Works in the Days of Steam: An Enthusiast's View, Booklaw/Railbus, 2003, pp96.  First published by Challenger Publications in 1995.  Small inscription, the number "963."  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Photos from Ashford, Crewe, Darlington, Derby, Doncaster, Eastleigh, Gorton, Horwich, Inverurie, Stratford, Swindon and Wolverhampton.  7.50

Johnson, Bill  British Railway Locomotive Works in the Days of Steam: An Enthusiast's View, Challenger, 1995, pp96.  The original Challenger edition.  Small inscription, the number "289."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The spine of the covers has faded.  Photos from Ashford, Crewe, Darlington, Derby, Doncaster, Eastleigh, Gorton, Horwich, Inverurie, Stratford, Swindon and Wolverhampton.  4.95

Johnson E M  Railways in and Around the Manchester Suburbs: A Selective Pictorial Review, Foxline, 1st edition 1989, 250 illustrations.  Scenes from the Past: 8.  Large Format Pb.  VG+.  Spine slightly sunned.  7.50

Johnson E M  Manchester's Central Station and the Great Northern Railway Goods Warehouse, Foxline, 2005, pp78.  Scenes from the Past:48.  Small inscription, the number "1001."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  12.50

Jones, Frank  Mainline to Industry, Lightmoor Press, 1998, pp112 with 154 illustrations of locomotives. Small inscription, the number "816."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The author seeks to place on record all the known information about locomotives that were sold by the main line companies to industrial concerns.  8.50

Jowett, Alan  Jowett's Railway Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland: from pre-Grouping to the present day, Guild/PSL, 1989, pp300+.  Published by Guild Publishing by arrangement with Patrick Stephens.  Small inscription, the number 101.  Very Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A remarkable atlas with 300 pages of hand-drawn and lettered maps.  28.50

Klapper, Charles  London's Lost Railways, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1980, pp139 plus 43 illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "53."  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A constructive analysis of railway transport in London, looking at existing facilities and how they have been used in the past.  4.95

Leigh, Chris and Riley R C  The Heyday of Old Oak Common and its Locomotives, IA, 1993, pp80. Small inscription, the number "408."  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  An all-colour album.  Old Oak Common was the principal Great Western engine shed in London.  6.95

Lidster, J Robin  The Scarborough & Whitby Railway: A Photographic & Historical Survey, Hendon Publishing Company, 5th impression 1984, pp44.  Small inscription, the number "740."  Large landscape format Pb.  Near VG.  Some slight rubbing on the front cover, old price sticker inside the cover.  4.95

Locomotives Illustrated

Locomotives Illustrated 93: North Eastern Atlantics and Pacifics, RAS Publishing, Jan/Feb1994, pp48.  Editor: Brian Stephenson.  Introduction by Mike Romans.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  2.50

Only a small number of issues are now left, with a handful more on the Locomotives Illustrated page.

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Maggs, Colin  Rail Centres: Bristol, IA, 2nd edition 1996, pp128.  Small inscription, the number "750."  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive well-illustrated view of the Bristol area.  6.95

Maggs, Colin G  Britain's Railways in Colour: BR Steam in the 1950s and 1960s, Haynes, 2009, pp208 with over 200 illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "1068."  Large Format Hb.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  With ten chapters, each covering a different geographical area.   8.50

Marx, Klaus  The Wainwright P Tanks, Runpast, 1990, pp60.  Small inscription, the number "435."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  An illustrated history of the six small P Class 0-6-0T locomotives designed by Wainwright for the South Eastern & Chatham Railway. The design was inspired by the more famous Brighton "Terriers."  5.95

Messenger M J  North Devon Clay: The History of an Industry and its Transport, Twelveheads Press, 1982, pp104.  Pb.  VG.  Small price sticker on the rear cover. A history of the Torrington & Marland Railway, the North Devon & Cornwall Light Railway and their associated clay works.  8.50

Middlemass, Tom  Stroudley and his Terriers: The story of a classic locomotive and its designer, Pendragon, 1995, pp128.  Small inscription, the number "446."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Slight fading of the lettering on the spine.  An illustrated history.  16.50

Miles, Keith  Rowsley Motive Power Depot, Foxline, 2002, pp128. Scenes from the Past:44.  Small inscription, the number "918."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The story of Rowsley Motive Power Depot and some tales of the author's involvement in it as Running Foreman.  9.50

Mitchell, Vic and Smith, Keith  Branch Lines to Alton, Middleton, 1985, pp96.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  The green background colour on the spine has faded.  A survey of the branch lines from Alton to Basingstoke, Winchester and Fareham.  6.95

Morrison, Brian  Regional Steam: Around Britain in the 1950s, Railway Herald, 2009, pp130. Small inscription, the number "1094."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  High quality photographs with sections on all six regions of British Rail.  2.95

Morrison, Gavin  The Heyday of Leeds Holbeck and its Locomotives, IA, 1994, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "276."  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A landscape-format all colour album.  6.95

Morriss, Richard K  Rail Centres: Shrewsbury, Booklaw, 2004, pp128. Rail Centre No.10. First published by Ian Allan in 1986.  Small inscription, the number "993."  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the railways in and around Shrewsbury.  5.95

Mullay A J  Rail Centres: Edinburgh, IA, 1st edition 1991, pp128.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A comprehensive illustrated history of the Edinburgh area.  6.95

Nicholas, John  Lines to Torrington, OPC, 1984, pp192.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Light foxing to the edges of the pages otherwise VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Also a tiny wear mark near the head of the spine.  A comprehensive history of the 35 miles of railway that linked the principal North Devon junction at Barnstable with the North Cornwall line at Halwill Junction. For 53 year Torrington was the focus of this line.  16.50

Nixon, Les  The Classic Steam Collection, Silver Link, 1991, pp128. Small inscription, the number "252."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The second volume in the series by one of Britain's foremost railway photographers.  4.95

Nock O S  Great Northern: Pre-Grouping Railway Scene No.2, IA, 1979, pp96.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Photographs from the extensive Rixon Bucknall collection.  3.95

Nock O S  The Gresley Pacifics, Omnibus edition combining parts 1 & 2, Guild/D&C, 1982, pp284. Locomotive Monograph Series.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The spine of the dust wrapper is slightly faded.  A substantial study, originally published as two separate volumes.  3.95

Nock O S  British Locomotives of the 20th Century: Vol. 1 1900 1930, PSL, 1st edition 1983, pp257.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Signed by the author.  The first volume of Ossie Nock's history of British locomotive development since 1900.  4.95

O'Hara, Geo. C  Scottish Urban and Rural Branch Lines, Eroxop Limited, 1986, 382 illustrations. Small inscription, the number "791."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Some slight wear to the corners of the glazed boards.  A photographic record of most Scottish branch lines that existed between the 1950s up to the mid-1980s.  32.50

Patterson, Edward  The County Donegal Railways: A History of the Narrow Gauge Railways of North-West Ireland Part One, D&C, 1963, pp157, 37 illustrations, and a colour frontis.  First published in 1962.  Standard Histories SeriesSuperficial wear to the dust wrapper edges.  10.50

Penney, Derek  On Scottish Lines, IA, 1999, pp80.  Small inscription, the number "846."  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  An all-colour album of Scottish steam.  4.95

Peto, Bill  Peto's Register of Great Western Railway Locomotives: Vol.3 14XX and 58XX 0-4-2Ts, Irwell Press, 1998, pp96.  Edited by Martin Smith.  Small inscription, the number "814."  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the dust wrapper spine.  The third volume of an authoritative series on Great Western locomotive classes. Unfortunately no further volumes were published.  18.50

Pixton, Bob  Main Line Railways Around Wigan, Runpast, 1999, pp110.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive illustrated history of the main line railway network around the important industrial town of Wigan.  5.95

Pocock, Nigel and Harrison Ian  Great Western Railway Locomotive Allocations for 1934, Wild Swan, 1984, pp56.  Small inscription, the number "395."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated booklet giving complete GWR shed allocations for 1934.  The shed allocations are listed first by class and then by locomotive shed.  7.50

Potts C R  Railways in and around Newton Abbot and Torbay, Foxline, 1993, pp108.  Scenes from the Past:19.  Small inscription, the number "409."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The spine of the dust wrapper is sunned.  8.50

Ramsey, Hugh  The Steaming Sixties: Steam on Shed, A Tour of BR Engine Sheds, Irwell Press, 2012, pp80 with colour illustrations throughout.  Notes by Ian Sixsmith.  Small inscription, the number "1057."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good+.  Brief details of some of the last functioning steam sheds combined with well-captioned colour illustrations.  5.95

Rear W G and Williams M F  The Cambrian Coast Railway, Foxline, 1988, pp80.  Scenes from the Past:4.  Small inscription, the number "93."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Some loss of colour down the spine.  The Cambrian Railways line from Dovey Junction to Pwllheli.  5.95

Rear W G and Jones N  The Llangollen Line Ruabon to Barmouth, Foxline, 1990, 175 illustrations. Scenes from the Past 9: Railways of North Wales.  Small inscription, the number "333."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  8.50

Rear W G  The Conwy Valley Line: Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno Junction, Foxline, 1991, 160 illustrations.  Scenes from the Past 12: Railways of North Wales.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  The paperback edition.  9.50

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.  10.50

Reed M J E  The Island Terriers: The LB&SCR Terrier Class on the Railways of the Isle of Wight, Kingfisher, 1989, pp48.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good.  There is a one-inch graze near the bottom front corner of the front cover.  An illustrated history that considers each individual locomotive in turn.  6.95

Riley R C  Brighton Line Album, IA, 1967, pp112.  Hb. VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Foxing to the endpapers.  An album spanning 70 years on the London Brighton & South Coast Railway.  3.95

Robinson, Peter W  Rail Centres: CarlisleBooklaw Publications, 2004, pp144.  First published by Ian Allan in 1986.  Rail Centres No.6.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Traces the turbulent development of railways in the border city, which was served by no fewer than seven separate railway companies until 1923.  5.95

Routledge, Howard  Steam City Carlisle: Steam from Old Citadel, Irwell Press, 2007, pp108. Small inscription, the number "1038."  Large Format. Glazed Boards. Very Good+ A pictorial study with the following chapters: Scenes of Old Citadel, The Waiting Game, Kingmoor M.P.D., Upperby M.P.D., Canal M.P.D., Test Trains, Titled Trains, Passenger Traffic, Goods Lines, Study in Steel, Accidents, Last Silloth Train, The Settle-Carlisle Line, The Road to Shap, and Specials Gallery.  10.50

Rowley, Allen (Editor)  Classic Steam: A Superb Collection of picture specially selected from the Archives of the Yorkshire Post, Breedon Books, 1997, pp216.  Small inscription, the number "777."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good.  An excellent collection of pictures from the Yorkshire area.  5.95

Rogers H C B  Riddles and the '9Fs', IA, 1982, pp112.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the last main line steam engine designed in Britain.  6.95

Sawford, Eric  The Last Days of Steam in Cambridgeshire, Alan Sutton, 1991, pp160.  Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  A pictorial album.  3.95

Sawford, Eric  The Last Days of Steam on the London Midland Region, Sutton, 2000, pp148.  Small inscription, the number "867."  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The bottom rear corner of the covers is slightly bumped.  London Midland steam in the 1950s and early 1960s.  4.95

Sawford, Eric  Odd Corners of the Eastern from the Days of Steam, Sutton Publishing, 2001, pp130.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper with slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A collection of pictures chosen to illustrate unusual aspects of the Eastern that have been overlooked in other publications.  4.95

Simpson, Bill  Railways in and around Bolton: An Historical Review, Foxline, 1990, 197 plates. Unpaged.  Scenes from the Past:10.  Small inscription, the number "334."  Large Format.  Card Covers. Very Good.  Old price sticker on the rear cover.  6.95

Sixsmith, Ian  The Book of the Coronation Pacifics, Irwell Press, 1998, pp100.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  A  comprehensive illustrated history.  9.50

Sixsmith, Ian  The Book of the Patriot 4-6-0s, Irwell Press, 2003, pp100.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  A comprehensive illustrated study.  18.50

Smith, Ian R and Fox G K  Manchester London Road to Hayfield via Reddish, Bredbury, Romiley, Marple & New Mills, and Including the "Hyde Loop", Foxline, 2003, pp136.  Scenes from the Past: 45. Small inscription, the number "938."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Some superficial vertical creasing on the front cover.  Also slight loss of colour down the spine.  10.50

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.  Small inscription, the number "410."  Card Covers.  Very Good.  10.50

Stokes, Michael S  Stockport Edgeley Motive Power Depot, Foxline, 1999, pp80.  Scenes from the Past:35.  Small inscription, the number "848."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  8.50

Stretton, John  Leicestershire Railway Memories, Unicorn, 1989, pp158 with pp8 of colour.  Small inscription, the number "230."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A high-quality album of photographs from the county of Leicestershire.  5.95

Talbot, Edward  An Illustrated History of LNWR Engines, OPC, 1st edition 1985, pp334.  Small inscription, the number "478."  Hb. VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An exhaustive class-by-class study.  20.50

Talbot, Edward  Railways in and around Stafford, Foxline, 1994, pp112.  Scenes from the Past:22. Small inscription, the number "525.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  6.95

Talbot, Edward  The London & North Western Railway Eight-Coupled Goods Engines, author, 2002, pp267.  Brief inscription.  Large format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A definitive study of the more than 600 eight-coupled goods engines that the London & North Western Railway had in service at The Grouping.  Over 500 'Super Ds' were still in service at nationalisation, with the last examples surviving until 1964.  20.50

'Taliesin'  Festiniog Railway Locomotives, AB Publishing, 1988, pp52.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good.  An illustrated locomotive history, including the famous double-ended Fairlies. 'Taliesin' consisted of Rodney Weaver, Paul Ingham, Paul Rees and Peter Johnson.  1.95

Thomas, David St John and Whitehouse, Patrick  The Trains We Loved, D&C, 1994, pp192 and 32 paintings by Philip Hawkins.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  The final book of steam nostalgia from the Thomas-Whitehouse team.  3.95

Thomas, David St Thomas  The Great Way West: The History and Romance of the Great Western's Route to the West, D&C, 1975, pp96.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The first edition with higher quality printing. The top corners of the cover are slightly bumped.  A personal photographic tribute to the Great Western from David St John Thomas, the 'David' of David and Charles.  2.95

Thomas, John  A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Vol.6: Scotland The Lowlands and the Borders, D&C, 2nd revised & extended edition 1984, pp325 with 36 plates and a folding map.  Revised by Alan J. S. Paterson.  Small inscription, the number "790."  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Some superficial "wear" to the spine of the dust wrapper.  12.50

Today's Railways Review of the Year

All four issues are offered.

Today's Railways Review of the Year Vol.1 (1987), Platform 5, pp144.  Editors: Howard Johnston & Steven Knight.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive review of all the major railway events in 1987.   3.95

Today's Railways Review of the Year Vol.2 (1988), Platform 5, 1989, pp144.  Editors: Steven Knight and Peter Fox.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive review of all the major railway events in 1988.  3.95

Today's Railways Review of the Year Vol.3 (1989), Platform 5, 1990, pp144.  Editors: David Carter and Peter Fox.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.   A comprehensive review of all the major railway events in 1989.  3.95

Today's Railways Review of the Year Vol.4: (1990), Platform 5, 1991, pp144. Editors: Peter Fox and David Carter.  Small inscription, the number "110."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the spine.  A comprehensive review of all the major railway events in 1990.  3.95

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Tomlinson, William Weaver  Tomlinson's North Eastern Railway: Its Rise and Development, Andrew Reid & Co., 1914, pp820 and 40 plates.  Hard Cover.  No dust wrapper.  Very Good.  The original covers have been carefully restored by Philip Winskill of York Bookbinding. Bookplate inside covers.  Foxing to the endpapers and page edges.  Long regarded as the standard reference work on the North Eastern Railway.  The book concentrates on the early period up to 1870; the remaining years are dealt with in a mere 100 pages.  75.00

Toms T and Essery R J  Claughton & Patriot 4-6-0s, Wild Swan, 2006, pp124.  With contributions by F. James.  Historical Locomotive Monographs No.3.  Small inscription, the number "1030."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A comprehensive illustrated study of the London and North Western Railway Claughton Class, and the later LMS Patriot Class which the LMS regarded as replacements for the Claughtons.  10.50

Townend P N  Top Shed: A Pictorial History of Kings Cross Locomotive Depot, IA, 1st edition 1975. Hard Cover. Very Good in a Very Good. pp175. The dust wrapper flap is price clipped, slight loss of colour to the dust wrapper spine. Combines painstaking research into the first century of the depot's existence with the author's first-hand knowledge of the depot's final years from 1956 to 1963 when he was in charge of the depot.  7.50

Townsin, Ray  The Jubilee 4-6-0s, RCTS, 2006, pp267 with 197 illustrations.  Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Small inscription, the number "1020."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A definitive study of the Jubilees.  16.50

Train Now Departing: Personal Memories of the Last Days of Steam, BBC, 1988, pp168.  Inscription.  Hb.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Based on a BBC series with photos by Ivo Peters and chapters by David Wilcock, Mike Arlett, Erik Tonks, David Rowlands, Peter Handford and Andrew Johnson.  2.95

Trains Album No.3: Western Region, IA, 1954, pp32.  Small format Pb.  Very Good.  A nostalgic booklet from the very early Ian Allan days.  0.95

Turner, John Howard  The London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Vol. 1: Origins & Formation, Batsford, 1977, pp287.  Hb.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The early history of the Brighton line.  10.50

Twells H N and Bourne T W  A Pictorial Record of LMS Road Vehicles, OPC, 1983, 313 plates.  Large Format.  Hard Cover. Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight wear to some of the corners of the dust wrapper, slight loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  A series of extensively illustrated essays.  Section one by H. N. Twells deals with Horse-Drawn and Passenger Carrying Vehicles while Section two by T. W. Bourne deals with Road Motor Freight Vehicles.  8.50

Vallance H A  The Great North of Scotland Railway: The History of the Railways of the Scottish Highlands - Vol.3, D&C, 1989, pp218 and pp32 of plates.  First published in 1965.  Revised by the Great North of Scotland Railway Association.  Hb. VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight indentation to the top edge of the covers, slight wear to the top edge of the dust wrapper. A standard history of the GNoS.  6.95

Vanns, Michael A  Rail Centres: Nottingham, IA, 1st edition 1993, pp128.  The original Ian Allan edition.  Hb.  Fine in VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive well-illustrated history of the Nottingham area.  6.95

Vaughan, John  Double-Headed Diesels Nationwide, OPC, 1980, 242 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Pictorial album.  4.95

Waszak, Peter  Rail Centres: Peterborough, IA, 1st edition 1984, p128.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight browning of the page edges.  An illustrated history of the railways in and around Peterborough.  6.95

Waters, Laurence  Rail Centres: Reading, IA, 1st edition 1990, pp128.  The original Ian Allan edition. Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A well-illustrated history of the railways in and around Reading.  6.95

Weighell, Sid  A Hundred Years of Railway Weighells: Three Generations of a Railway Family, Robson Books, 1984, pp240 plus pp24 of illustrations.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Sid Weighell was an outspoken and often controversial General Secretary of the NUR from 1975-82.  3.95

Wells, Jeffrey  An Illustrated Historical Survey of the Railways in and around Bury, Challenger, 1995, pp128.  The original Challenger edition.  Large Format Pb.  VG+.  A series of well-illustrated essays.  3.95

Wells, Jeffrey  The Oldham Loop Part 2: New Hey, Milnrow and Rochdale to Manchester Victoria via Castleton, Middleton Junction and Newton Heath and including the Middleton Branch and Werneth Incline, Foxline, pp128.  No date.  Scenes from the Past: 42 (Part 2).  Small inscription, the number "976."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Some loss of colour down the spine.  16.50

Yeadon, Willie B  A Compendium of LNWR Locomotives 1912-1964 Part 1 Passenger Tender Locomotives, Challenger, 1995, pp154.  The original Challenger edition.  Small inscription, the number "528."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  A well-illustrated study.  9.50

Yeadon, Willie B  A Compendium of LNWR Locomotives 1912-1964 Part 2 Goods Tender Engines, Challenger, 1996, 122 pages.  The original Challenger edition.  Small inscription, the number "533."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  The red spine of the covers is slightly faded.  9.50

Young, John and Tyreman, David  The Hughes and Stanier 2-6-0s, RCTS, 2009, pp208 with 147 illustrations.  Locomotives of the LMS Series.  Small inscription, the number "1077."  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A definitive study.  16.50

Back Track

Back Track Vol.7 No.6: Nov-Dec 1993.  VG.  Contents: A Tender View, The London Transport Northern Heights Division, Disaster at Dinwoodie, Come to the Carnival, Early Footplate Days on the Great Western, Isle of Man Electric, Nine Elms Shed, Great Western Country, Whistlers on the Pullmans, Scrooby & Bawtry, The Evacuation of East Kent: 1941, Rolling Stock Focus, and Colour Files.  1.95

Back Track Vol.8 No.1: Jan/Feb 1994.  VG.  Some wear - about one-inch long - to the rear vertical edge of the covers.  Contents include: Wood Green Charter Celebrations: 1958, Edinburgh's Lost Trains & Railways, The Converted Royal Scots, Contrasts in 1964, Early Scottish Diesels, Along Kentish Byways, The Ashford - Newcastle Leave Train, and The End of the Broad Gauge.  1.95

Many more issues are available on the dedicated Backtrack Page.

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL)

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.6, pp578.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.6 consists of twelve issues from Oct 1996 until Sept 1997.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.7, pp450.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.7 consists of twelve issues from Oct 1997 until Sept 1998.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.8, pp497.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.8 consists of twelve issues from Oct 1998 until Sept 1999.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.9, pp545.  Large Format Hb. Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine.  Vol.9 consists of twelve issues from Oct 1999 until Sept 2000.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.10, pp531.  Large Format  Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine.  Vol.10 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2000 until Sept 2001.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.11, pp592.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine.  Vol.11 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2001 until Sept 2002.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.12, pp588. Large Format Hb. Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.12 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2002 until Sept 2003.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.13, pp566.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.13 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2003 until Sept 2004.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.14, pp567.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.14 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2004 until Sept 2005.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.15, pp553. Large Format Hb. Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.15 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2005 until Sept 2006.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.16, pp551.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Very Good+.  Vol.16 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2006 until Sept 2007.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.17, pp551.  Large Format Hb. Very Good.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine.  Vol.17 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2007 until Sept 2008.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.18, pp563.  Large Format Hb. Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine.  Vol.18 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2008 until Sept 2009.  24.50

British Railways Illustrated (BRILL) Vol.19, pp551.  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+.  Professionally bound in a black cloth binding with gold lettering on the spine. Vol.19 consists of twelve issues from Oct 2009 until Sept 2010.  24.50

Railway Magazine

Railway Magazine Vol.104 Jan-Dec 1958, pp884 with an index.  In the publisher's style maroon bindings with gold lettering on the spine & covers.  Hb.  VG- with slight rubbing at the head and base of the spine and down the spines, loss of colour down the spine.  Volume 104, consisting of all twelve 1958 issues.  18.50

Railway Magazine Vol.107 Jan-Dec 1961, pp892 with an index.  In the publisher's style maroon bindings with gold lettering on the spine & covers.  Hb.  VG-/Fair+.  Tiny tear at the head of the spine; loss of colour down the spine; impression of a book end on the back cover where the exposed cover has faded.  Volume 107, consisting of all twelve 1961 issues.  16.50

Railway Magazine Vol.120: 1974, pp624 with an index.  In the publisher's style maroon bindings with gold lettering on the spine and covers.  Hb.  VG.  14.50

Overseas Railways
Armitage  Railroad Drawings - Logging Cars, Precision Scale Co, pp10 (single-sided). No date. Published as a Photocopy. O Scale Plan Book No.10.  Large Format.  Paper covers.  Fair+.  The booklet has been re-stapled in the top right hand corner.  0.95

Barry, E Steven; Gallegos, Bob; Lane, Chris; Riley, George; Vondrak, Otto M; and Boyd, James A (editors)  Railfan for Life: The Photography of Harold Carstens, Carstens Publications, 2011, pp120.  In colour throughput.  Foreword by Phyllis Carstens.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "A journey across the American railroading landscape through the lens of Hal Carstens."  5.95

Carstens, Hal  Passenger Cars Vol.1: Wooden Cars - Heavyweight Steel Cars, Carstens Publications, 2001, pp104.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good  with slight wear/creasing to the corners of the covers.  HO scale diagrams and illustrations of American coaches.  Vol.1 includes Pioneer & Wooden Passenger Cars and Heavyweight Steel Passenger Cars.  12.50

Carstens, Hal  Passenger Cars Vol.2: Steamline Cars, Carstens Publications, 2002, pp105-222.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good with slight wear to the covers at the head and base of the spine.  HO scale diagrams and illustrations of American coaches.  Vol.2 includes Head End Cars, Dormitory Cars, Coach & Chair Cars, Parlor Cars and Lounge, Buffet & Dining Cars.  12.50

Carstens, Hal  Passenger Cars Vol.3: Solariums, Sleepers, Inspection Cars, Carstens Publications, 2007, pp225-349.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  There is a tiny nick to the covers at the head of the spine.  Diagrams and illustrations of American coaches. Vol.3 includes Lightweight Cars; Observation Cars; Lounge, Bar & Snack Cars; Sleepers; Aquarium Car; and Auto liner Corp.  12.50

Clemson, Donovan  Old Wooden Buildings, Hancock House, 1978, pp96.  Large Format.  Card Covers. VG- with some superficial rubbing to the covers.  A collection of photographs of old wooden building in British Columbia with sections on Two Shuswaps, Ranching Country, In the Big Snow Country, Fraser Canyon Landmarks, Cariboo Relics and West to Skeena.  2.95

Garden J F  The Crow and the Kettle: The CPR in southern British Columbia and Alberta 1950-1989: Lethbridge, Kootenay and Kettle Valley Divisions, Footprint Publishing, 1995, pp312.  Large landscape format. Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A comprehensive history, well-illustrated throughout.  48.50

Garratt, Colin  Railway Photographer: A portfolio of his finest work and a world-wide testament to the steam locomotive, New English, 1982, pp146.  Signed by the author.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  An all-colour album featuring the last working steam engines worldwide.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  Classic Days of Steam, Hermes House, 2000, pp128.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "Charts the major developments of the steam engine throughout the world."  Well illustrated throughout in both colour and black & white.  1.95

Garratt, Colin  Locomotives of the World, Anness Publishing, 2000, pp128.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "A superb globe-trotting guide to locomotives - from the 1950s to the present day."  Illustrated in colour throughout.  1.95

Hendrickson, Richard H and Kaminski, Edward S  Billboard Refrigerator Cars, Signature Press, 2008, pp224 with 440 illustrations.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper. Between the wars American freight cars were used extensively for advertising until the practice was banned by the Interstate Commerce Commission in 1937.  This book meticulously documents hundreds of the car liveries involved.  38.50

Hinman, Roger C  Merchants Despatch: Its History and Equipment, Signature Press, 2011, pp296, 298 illustrations and almost 100 graphics & drawings.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive history of Merchants Despatch and the freight cars (wagons) that they produced.  48.50

Hollingsworth, Brian and Cook, Arthur  The Great Book of Trains, Salamander, 1996, pp414.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A directory of the major locomotives from the 1820s to the present day, well-illustrated throughout in both colour and black & white. The first half of the book deals with steam locomotives, while the second half considers diesel and electric traction.  3.95

Hope, Jim  Those Beautiful 'C' Liners: A Photo Album of 'C' Liners in British Columbia, LPD Publishing, 1986, pp44.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Photographs of the Fairbanks-Morse Consolidation Line locomotives known as 'C' liners over a period of twenty years from 1953 to 1973.  4.95

McDonnell, Greg  Passing Trains: The Changing Face of Canadian Railroading, Boston Mills, 2003, pp240.  First published in 1996.  Large landscape format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is a tiny nick at the bottom of the rear dust wrapper fold.  A largely pictorial journey across Canada on the Canadian National.  7.50

McDonnell, Greg  Canadian Pacific: Stand Fast, Craigellachie, Boson Mills Press, 2003, pp240.  Large landscape format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  "A landmark collection of photographs and essays covering the entire Canadian Pacific system from St John to Vancouver."  12.50

Nock O S  Railways of the USA, A&C Black, 1979, pp317 with 81 illustrations and 42 maps & diagrams.  Railways of the World 6.  From the British Railways Eastern Region Staff Railway Society, with the society name stamped inside the front & rear covers.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  O. S. Nock's personal survey of the American railway system in A. C. Black's ambitious railways of the world series.  8.50

Parker, Douglas V  Streetcars in the Kootenays: Nelson's Electric Tramways 1899 to 1992, Havelock House, 1992, pp196.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A comprehensive illustrated history of the small "street railway" (tram) system which operated in Nelson, British Columbia.  8.50

Smuin, Joe  Kettle Valley Railway Mileboards: A Historical Field Guide to the KVR, North Kildonan Publications, 2003, pp210(approx).  Large Format.  Card Covers with ring binding.  Very Good.  A detailed illustrated gazetteer of the Canadian Pacific's famous Kettle Valley line in southern British Columbia.  16.50

Train Shed Cyclopedia No.17: Box, Stock and Flat Cars from the 1943 Car Builders Cyclopedia, Newton K Gregg, 1974, pp72.  "Seventy two full-size pages reprinted from the original edition."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Fair.  Some wear to the spine of the covers.  Illustrations and diagrams of 1943 America freight wagons.  8.50

Turner, Robert D  West of the Great Divide: An Illustrated History of the Canadian Pacific Railway in British Columbia 1880-1986, Sono Nis Press, 1987, pp336 with 400 black & white and colour illustrations.  Signed by the author.  "Collection of Gary R. Lipton" stamped on the title page and on the top and bottom page edges.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair dust wrapper.  Wear to the edges of the dust wrapper, slight loss at the base of the spine.  A comprehensive study of the Canadian Pacific's first century in British Columbia.  16.50

Wilson, Jeff  Great Northern Railway in the Pacific Northwest, Kalmbach, 2001, pp128.  Golden Years of Railroading Series.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  VG- with slight wear to the edges of the covers.  A photographic tribute to the Great Northern Railway (USA) and its most famous train, the Empire Builder, immediately after the second war.  8.50

Model Railways

Gillon, Edmund V  Cut & Assemble a Western Frontier Town, Dover Publications, 1979, pp32.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "10 Picturesque Full-Color Buildings in HO Scale." Two tiny wear marks on the front cover.  The buildings are all characteristic of western wood-frame buildings from the period 1860-1880.  The buildings can all be constructed from the printed heavy card stock provided.  3.95

Hambleton F C  Locomotives Worth Modelling, Model & Allied Publications, 2nd edition 1977, pp170.  First published in 1949.  Hb.  VG in a Fair dust wrapper.  Dust wrapper repaired internally, some loss of colour.  Each of the seventeen chapters considers a memorable pre-grouping design, or closely related group of designs.  The book is notable for the author's line drawings of each locomotive class.  5.95

Jackson, Albert and Day, David  The Model Maker's Handbook: An illustrated manual of over 1000 techniques for making all types of models, miniatures and dioramas, Guild/Michael Joseph, 1987, pp352.  Published by Guild Publishing by arrangement with Michael Joseph.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  An American view of modelling with sections on Painting & Finishing, Improving Vehicles, Figures, Dioramas & Landscapes, Railways, Motors & Engines, Radio-control, Airplanes, Boats, and Cars.  3.95

Modellers' Back Track Vol.2 No.2: June-July 1992, pp48. Very Good Contents: Preservation & the Modeller, Goods Brake Vans, The Twelve Wheelers of Wolverton Pt.3, Scottish Horse Boxes, Model Railways as an Art Form, A Great Western Goods Depot in Liverpool, The Aspinall Six-Coupled Goods, A Little Piece of History, and The Eric Burton Album No.2.  1.95

Ray, Jack  A Lifetime with 'O' Gauge: Crewchester - and Others, Pendragon, 1992, pp84.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  The author recalls 40 years of 'O' gauge modelling.  3.95

Rice, Iain  Detailing and Improving Ready to Run Wagons, Irwell Press, 1993, pp62 with numerous diagrams and illustrations.  Model Railways Illustrated Handbooks No.1.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  6.95

Simmons, Norman  How to go Railway Modelling, PSL, 5th edition 1983, pp219.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A comprehensive best-selling introduction to the hobby. "5th edition of Britain's best-selling model railway book."  2.95

Buses

Townsin, Alan  The Bristol Story Part 1 - 1908 1951, Venture Publications, 1996, pp160.  Large Format. Glazed Boards.  VG.  A comprehensive illustrated history of the Bristol Tramways & Carriage Co, and of the famous buses that they manufactured.  14.50

Maritime

Armstrong, Warren  Atlantic Highway, George C Harrap, 1961, pp239 with 20 plates.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair dust wrapper.  Book slightly bumped at top and bottom of spine else VG.  Dust wrapper worn at top and bottom of spine with slight tearing.  The story of 3000-mile North Atlantic Ocean route, and the great passenger liners that served it.  3.95

Ballard, Robert and Archbold Rick  Lost Liners: From the Titanic to the Andrea Doria, the Ocean Floor reveals its Greatest Lost Ships, Hodder & Stoughton/Madison Press, 1998, pp224 with numerous colour and black & white photographs.  Paintings by Ken Marshall.  Very Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Generally Fine a VG dust wrapper, but the now foil-protected dust wrapper has a 1.5 inch internally repaired tear at the base of the spine. A lavish guided tour from the beginnings of the Atlantic express liner through its heyday to its sudden demise with the advent of the passenger jet.  9.50

Bonsor N R P  North Atlantic Seaway: An Illustrated History of the Passenger Services Linking the Old World and the New plus 1960 Supplement, T Stephenson & Sons, 1955, pp692, a colour frontis, over 50 half-tone plates and over 150 line drawings by J H Isherwood.  Published as a single volume with the supplement bound in after the main text.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A comprehensive coverage of the subject.  Each of 182 chapters deals in detail with a North Atlantic shipping company.  At least 17 of them have never previously been mentioned in any book, and many more have received scant attention.  9.50

Boot, Paul and Fenton Roy  Classic Coasters: A Celebration of Short-Sea Shipping, Ships in Focus Publications, 1997, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A landscape-format all-colour album.  3.95

Bowen, John  Miniature Merchant Ships: A Guide to Waterline Ship Modelling in 1/1200 Scale, Conway Maritime Press, 1999, pp218.  Inscription "1 inch to 100 feet" on title page.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper. Part 1 (pp3-58) is devoted to construction techniques, while part 2 (p59-214) presents 30 sets of plans reproduced full size for 1/1200 models, each accompanied by photographs of the ship and a brief life history.  9.50

Burton, Anthony  The Daily Telegraph Guide to Britain's Maritime Past, Aurum Press, 2003, pp174 with numerous coloured illustrations throughout.  Soft Cover.  VG- with superficial wear to the cover at the top and bottom of the spine.  Each coastal region is considered in turn.  1.95

(The) "Great Briton Times," A Weekly Newspaper published on board the screw steam ship "Great Britain" during the passage from Melbourne to Liverpool commencing October 21st and ending December 22nd 1865, S. S. Great Britain Project, pp40.  No date.  Pb.  Very Good.  An undated reproduction of the weekly newspaper, originally produced on Brunel's great iron ship.  Provides a fascinating insight into a return voyage from Australia to England during the 1860s.  2.95

Canals

Penfold, Alastair (editor)  Thomas Telford: Engineer, Proceedings of a seminar held at Coalport China Works Museum, Ironbridge, Thomas Telford Ltd, 1980, pp181.  Two inscriptions.  Hb.  No dust wrapper.  VG.  Includes the following academic papers on Telford's work: Thomas Telford in Shrewsbury, The Shrewsbury & Newport Canals: Construction & Remains, The Holyhead Road, Telford & the Design of a new London Bridge, Menai Bridge 1818-26: Evolution of Design, Telford & Steam Carriages, Managerial Organisation on the Caledonian Canal, and Telford's Highland Bridges.  3.95

Industrial History

Burnett R G  Through the Mill, Epworth, 1945, pp226.  Inscription.  Hb.  VG-.  Slight wear to the covers.  A biography of Joseph Rank.  3.95

Davies,  Hunter  The Eddie Stobart Story, Harper Collins, 2002, pp364 plus p16 of illustrations.  Pb. Very Good.  "The world's greatest haulier - a rags-to-riches tale of British entrepreneurialism."  1.95

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