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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

Ackworth W M  The Railways of England, IA, pp480 with 67 illustrations.  An undated Ian Allan reprint of the 5th edition of 1900.  VG-/Poor.  Browning to the page edges, dw badly worn & torn along the edges.  Chapters on the LNWR, Midland, Great Northern, Great Central, North Eastern, South Western, Great Western, Great Eastern, LB&SCR, LC&DR, and South Eastern Railways.  12.50

Adams J and Whitehouse P  British Rail Scrapbook 1953, IA, 1978, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  A fascinating glimpse of our railways in 1953.  2.95

Adams, John and Whitehouse, Patrick  British Rail Scrapbook 1955, IA, 1976, pp64.  Glazed Boards. VG.  Red spine sunned.  Slight wear to the top rear edge of the covers.  A fascinating glimpse of our railways in 1955.  2.95

Adams, John and Whitehouse, Patrick  Southern Steam in Camera, IA, 1977, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  An album of post-war Southern steam.  2.95

Adams, Will  The Railway Puzzle Book, PSL, 1989, pp96.  Card Covers.  VG.  For those who like railway-based quizzes and crosswords.  The solutions are included at the back.  0.95

Adams, Will  Trainspotting Days, SLP, 2006, pp128.  Foreword by Brian Blessed.  Pb.  VG.  A pictorial celebration of the train spotting days of our youth.  5.95

Adamson, Rob  Oliver Cromwell and British Railways' Standard Pacific Locomotives, Friends of the National Railway Museum, 2007, pp48.  Famous British Locomotives Series.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  A well-illustrated history of the Standard Pacifics from conception to preservation.  3.95

Adamson, Rob and Nettleton, Chris  Mallard and the A4 Pacifics, Friends of the National Railway Museum, 2013, pp88.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  A substantial illustrated tribute to Gresley's A4 Pacifics.  4.95

Addyman, John and Fawcett, Bill  The High Level Bridge and Newcastle Central Station: 150 years across the Tyne, North Eastern Railway Association, 1999, pp152.  With contributions from Peter Elliston, John Mallon and Dr Ian Roberts.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  An impressive study.  10.50

Addyman, John and Haworth, Victoria  Robert Stephenson: Railway Engineer, North Eastern Railway Association and The Robert Stephenson Trust, 2005, pp172.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  No dust wrapper as published.  Fine.  Robert Stephenson's achievements have often been overshadowed by those of his father, even though Robert was arguably the  more able engineer.  This excellent biography goes some way towards redressing this imbalance.  12.50

Addyman, John and Mallon, John  The Alnwick and Cornhill Railway, North Eastern Railway Association, 2007, pp112.  With contributions from Vera Mallon and Chris Woolstenholmes.  Large Format Pb.  VG+.  A detailed illustrated history of the Alnwick and Cornhill Railway, also known as the Alnwick and Coldstream Railway.  32.50

Addyman, John and Fawcett, Bill  Thomas Elliot Harrison 1808 - 1888: Founder Engineer of the North Eastern Railway, Robert Stephenson Trust, 2008, pp35.  Card Covers.  VG+.  An illustrated biography of Thomas Elliot Harrison, the engineer responsible for many of the great monuments of the East Coast route to Scotland, including York station and Durham viaduct.  5.95

Addyman, John F; Farline, John; Fawcett, Bill; Fleetwood, Nicholas P; Smith, David R; and Teasdale, John G  A History of the Hull and Scarborough Railway, North Eastern Railway Association, 2013, pp152.  Edited by John F Addyman and Bill Fawcett.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  A definitive line history from the North Eastern Railway Association.  Well illustrated throughout.  16.50

Adley, Robert  The Call of Steam, Blandford, 1982, pp160.  Hb.  VG/VG.  More steam nostalgia from Robert Adley, illustrated with his own colour photographs.  3.95

Adley, Robert  In Search of Steam 1962-68, Blandford, 1983, pp157.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper. Steam nostalgia from Robert Adley, well-illustrated in colour.  2.95

Adley, Robert  In Praise of Steam, Guild/Blandford, 1986, pp159.  Hb.  VG/VG.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head and base of the spine.  To Robert Adley's usual high standard, well-illustrated in colour.  3.95

Adley, Robert  Covering My Tracks, Guild/PSL, 1988, pp192.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Recollections of the end of steam, well-illustrated in colour.  3.95

Adley, Robert  Wheels, BCA/IA, 1987, pp160.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/Fine.  "Combines the atmosphere of steam's final years with an informative text that puts into its historic place the role of many famous British locomotives."  3.95

Allchin M C V  A History of Highland Locomotives, Railway Hobbies, 1947, pp72 with illustrations of each locomotive class.  Card Covers.  VG- with minor wear to covers.  "The author has endeavoured to include detailed information of every locomotive which came into the possession of the Highland Railway."  4.95

Allan, Ian and MacLeod A B  ABC of LMS Locomotives 1943: A complete list of all LMS engines in service, IA, 1982, pp52.  No underlining.  Small format Pb.  VG with slight loss of colour to the covers.  A limited edition reprint of the original 1943 edition.  4.95

Allen C J  Royal Trains, IA, pp40.  Pb.  Fair.  Slight foxing on some pages.  An undated illustrated booklet from the early fifties.  2.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Steel Highway: Railway Planning & Making, Longmans, Green & Co., 1928, pp132 with 4 colour and many b/w plates.  Inscription.  Hb.  Good+ in a Poor dust wrapper.  Foxing to the page edges, dust wrapper torn and incomplete.  5.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Coronation and Other Famous LNER Trains, Nicolson & Watson, 2nd edition 1938, pp186.  Card Covers.  Fair.  Wear and loss of colour to the spine of the covers with tears at all four corners - the longest down the top rear edge is around three inches.  In contrast the contents were printed on high quality paper and are in excellent condition.  A nostalgic view of the streamline services run by the LNER before the war.  Mainly text, but with a substantial number of illustrations.  3.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Gresley Pacifics of the LNER, IA, 1950, pp128 and pp24 of plates.  Hb.  Fair+.  Brief inscription.  No dust wrapper.  Some wear to the covers at the head of the spine.  C. J. Allen worked for the LNER as Inspector of Materials throughout its existence and witnessed the introduction of the Gresley Pacifics at first hand.  3.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Great Eastern Railway, IA, 1st edition 1955, pp222 with pp32 of illustrations.  Hb.  VG in a Fair dust wrapper.  Slight loss to the dust wrapper at the head & base of the spine.  C. J. Allen started his long railway career with the Great Eastern and first publishing this standard history of the line in 1955.  6.95

Allen, Cecil J  Great Northern, IA, 1961, pp56.  Pb.  VG-.  Generally VG, but with some wear down the spine of the covers.  An illustrated history of the Great Northern Railway, with a forward by G F Fiennes, then Traffic Manager of the Great Northern Line.  2.95

Allen, Cecil J  Great Western, IA, 1962, pp56 with 41 illustrations.  Pb.  Fair+.  Some superficial wear to the edges of the covers, contents VG.  A nostalgic tribute to the Great Western Railway.  1.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Great Eastern Railway, IA, 1967, pp242 with a fold-up map in the rear.  First published as a hardback in 1955.  Pb.  VG with loss of colour down the spine of the covers.  C. J. Allen started his long railway career with the Great Eastern and first publishing this best-selling history of the line in 1955.  4.95

Allen, Cecil J  The Great Eastern Railway, IA, 4th edition 1967, pp242 with a fold-up map in the rear.  First published 1955.  Hb. VG- in a VG- dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the edges of the dust wrapper.  C. J. Allen started his long railway career with the Great Eastern and first published this best-selling history of the line in 1955.  8.50

Allen, Cecil J  British Pacific Locomotives, IA, 1st Edition 1962, pp240 plus pp47 of plates.  Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally re-enforced at the top and bottom of the spine, and to repair a 0.5 inch tear to the dw edge.  A systematic appraisal of British 4-6-2s, from the Great Western's Great Bear to the BR Standards.  One of C. J. Allen's most successful books.  3.95

Allen, Cecil J  British Pacific Locomotives, IA, 1980, pp240 plus pp48 of plates.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A systematic appraisal of British 4-6-2s, from the Great Western's Great Bear to the BR Standards.  First published in 1962, this was one of C. J. Allen's most successful books.  4.95

Allen, Cecil J  British Atlantic Locomotives, IA, 1976, pp143 plus pp48 of plates.  Revised and enlarged by G Freeman Allen.  First published as a hardback in 1968.  Pb.  VG with some browning of the pages.  Before the arrival of the Pacifics, 4-4-2 Atlantics were the top link express locomotives on many lines.  In this book CJA describes the Atlantics of the Great Northern, L&Y, Great Western, North Eastern, Great Central, LB&SC and North British Railways.  2.95

Allen C J  The London & North Eastern Railway, IA, 1966, pp228.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Faint sellotape marks inside the covers from an old protective covering that has been removed. An authoritative history.  CJA served the LNER as Inspector of Materials from the company's formation until nationalisation. 9.50

Allen C J  Salute to the Great Western, IA, 1970, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  VG with some sunning to the rear covers.  CJA's tribute to the Great Western, well-illustrated throughout.  1.95

Allen, Cecil J  Salute to the Southern, IA, 1974, pp100.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  C. J. Allen's tribute to the Southern Railway.  2.95

Allen, Cecil J  Titled Trains of the Western, IA, 1974, pp96.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good+.  An illustrated overview of the named expresses of the Great Western and Western Region.  3.50

Allen, Cecil J and Townroe S C  The Bulleid Pacifics of the Southern Region, IA, 1976, pp80 with a forward by Bulleid himself.  First published in 1951.  Hb.  VG/VG-.  Wear to the dw edges.  A reprint of a classic study of the design, evolution and early performance of the Bulleid Pacifics.  4.95

Allen, Cecil J; Fiennes G F; Ford, Roger; Haresnape B A and Perren, Brian  The Deltics: A Symposium, IA, 1978, pp64 plus pp24 of plates.  Inscription.  Hb. VG+/VG.  Red spine of dw slightly sunned.  One of the best books dealing with the Deltics, with an impressive list of writers assembled under veteran author C J Allen, including Gerald Fiennes who was the General Manager responsible for introducing the Deltics on the East Coast Main Line.  4.95

Allen, Cecil J  Titled Trains of Great Britain, IA, 6th edition 1983, pp192.  Revised by B. K. Cooper.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper. The lettering on the spine of the dust wrapper has faded. The final edition of CJA's most successful book.  The detailed descriptions of the often-complex workings of the named expresses give a fascinating insight into the express services provided in the steam age.  6.95

Allen, David  Diesels in the North East, OPC, 1984, 206 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A pictorial survey.  5.95

Allen D and Woolstenholmes C J  A Pictorial Survey of Railway Signalling, OPC, 1991, pp144.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG+. An illustrated history of the development of British railway signalling.  10.50

Allen, G Freeman  The Last Years of British Steam: First Series, IA, pp128.  No date.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Small inscription, the number "194."  The red background on the spine of the cover has faded.  An excellent selection of photographs from throughout Britain.  2.95

Allen, G Freeman  Salute to the LNER, IA, 1977, pp100.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Geoffrey Freeman Allan's illustrated tribute to the LNER.  3.95

Allen, G Freeman  London Steam in the 1930s, IA, 1979, pp112.  Hb.  VG+/VG.  Slight browning along the top rear edge of the dw.  A collection of pre-war steam shots from the Wethersett Collection.  3.95

Allen, G Freeman  The Eastern Since 1948, IA, 1981, pp144.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An in-depth study of the post-nationalisation railway - from A4s to Deltics, and on to HSTs.  4.95

Allen, G Freeman  The Eastern: Yesterday and Today, IA, 1982, pp64.  Pb.  VG.  The illustrations were carefully chosen to illustrate the dramatic changes in the Eastern Region since nationalisation in 1948.  2.95

Allen, Geoffrey Freeman  The Illustrated History of Railways in Britain, Marshall Cavendish, 1982, pp272.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  An excellent introduction to British railway history.  3.95

Allen, G Freeman and Whitehouse, Patrick  The Illustrated History of British Railways, BCA/Arthur Barker, 1982, pp224 with 200 black & white and 65 colour illustrations.  Large landscape format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Some loss of colour along the bottom edge of the front dust wrapper. A comprehensive history of Britain's railways from George Stephenson to Inter-City.  3.95

Allen, G Freeman and Whitehouse, Patrick  Great Railway Photographs by Eric Treacy, Peerage Books, 1988, pp216.  First published in 1982 by David and Charles.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A compilation of 300 of Treacy's best photographs, including 24 pages of coloured shots.  3.95

Allen, G Freeman and Whitehouse, Patrick  Great Railway Photographs by Eric Treacy, Bounty Books, 2007, pp216.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  A compilation of 300 of Treacy's best photographs, including 24 pages of coloured shots.  A paperback edition of a book first published in 1982 by David and Charles.  2.95

Allen, Geoffrey Freeman  British Railfreight Today and Tomorrow, Jane's, 1984, pp144 with 150 illustrations.  Large Format  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A study of the challenges facing rail freight in the early 1980s.  7.50

Allen, G. Freeman  The Yeoman 59s, Janes, 1985, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  The story of the first American diesels to be imported into Britain.  Around 10 pages of text plus b/w and colour photos.  2.95

Allen, G Freeman  The Southern Since 1948, IA, 1987, pp160.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the post-war years.  7.50

Allen, Ian C (Dr)  East Anglian Album, OPC, 1976, 130 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A high-quality album illustrating the wide variety of often antiquated engines still found in East Anglia during the 50s.  9.50

Allen, Ian C (Dr)  East Anglian Branch Line Album, OPC, 1977, 126 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper spine is sunned.  A high-quality album illustrating the wide variety of often antiquated engines still working on East Anglian branch lines during the 1950s.  12.50

Allen, Ian (Dr)  Gleneagles to Glastonbury: Steam in the Thirties, OPC, 1985, 124 illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "242."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A wide-ranging selections of the author's photographs, all taken in the thirties.  6.95

Allen, Matt  Great Central Railway, Halsgrove, 2009, pp144.  "Largish" format Hb.  Fine/VG.  Tiny nick in the dw fold.  An all-colour pictorial tribute to the Great Central at Loughborough.  6.95

Anderson, Alan  Royal Scot, Brockhampton Press, pp64.  Small landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good-:  There are some light stains at the head of some pages.  A nostalgic illustrated booklet published in the early days of British Railways.  2.95

Anderson, Clive; Makarova, Natalia; Malan, Rian; Palin, Michael; De Teran, Lisa St Aubin and Tully, Mark  Great Railway Journeys, BBC, 1994, pp240.  Illustrated throughout by the colour photographs of Tom Edmunds.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper edges.  Rail journeys in Pakistan, South America, China, Russia, Ireland and South Africa.  3.95

Anderson J and Swinglehurst E  Train and Transport: A Collector's Guide, Bracken Books, 1989, pp96.  With an introduction by Maurice Rickards.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  An illustrated study of printed railway ephemera.  3.95

Anderson, P Howard  The East Midlands, David St John Thomas/D&C, 1986, pp208.  Regional Railway Handbooks No.1.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A comprehensive survey of Inter-City, Provincial Sector and Railfreight activity in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Leicester and Northamptonshire in the 1980s, providing a fascinating insight into rail services in the area over 30 years ago.  3.95

Anderson, Paul  Railways of Lincolnshire, Irwell Press, 1992, pp92.  Small inscription, the number "700."  Large Format Pb.  VG.  An illustrated survey examining no fewer than 33 locations.  8.50

Anderson, Robert  West Riding Steam 1955 1969, Bellcode, 2003, pp112.  Railway Memories No.16.  "964" written inside the covers.  Card Covers.  VG+.  A pictorial diary.  8.50

Anderson, Robert  West Riding Steam Pictorial: A Photographic Journey, Bellcode, 2008, pp112. Railway Memories No.20.  "1053" written inside the covers.  Card Covers.  VG+.  Each area of the old West Riding is examined in turn.  9.50

Anderson V R and Fox G K  Stations & Structures of the Settle & Carlisle Railway, OPC, 1st edition 1986, 228 plates and 96 figures.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The original hardback edition.  A comprehensive study of the infrastructure of the Settle and Carlisle line including track layouts and signalling diagrams.  14.50

Anderson W J V and Cross D  Steam in Scotland Vol.2, Ian Allan, 1972, pp114.  Small inscription, the number "165."  Large landscape format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is an internally repaired tear to the rear fold of the dust wrapper.  Records the last few years of Scottish steam, focusing on the ex-LNER lines including the West Highland.  14.50

Antell, Robert  Rail Scene in Colour, IA, 1978, pp64.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Shots of the last days of steam and the first generation diesels - all in colour.  1.95

Anthony C R and Rogers B  Rail Freight Today, OPC, 1989, pp120.  Well-illustrated throughout.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  Sectorised freight operations in the North East during the late 1980s.  4.95

Anthony G H  The Tavistock Launceston and Princetown Railways, Oakwood Press, 1st edition 1971, pp102 plus pp10 of illustrations.  Oakwood Library of Railway History No.29.  Pb.  VG-.  Old price sticker on the cover, some loss of colour on the covers, top of spine a bit grubby.  A history of two Great Western branch lines.  5.95

Appleby K C  Shildon - Newport in Retrospect: The Fore-runner on Main Line Electrification, RCTS, 1990, pp90.  Pb.  VG.  5.95

Appleby, Ken  York: Britain's Rail Super Centres, IA, 1993, pp145.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive history of York's railways, well-illustrated throughout.  5.95

Arlett, Mike and Peters, Ivo  Steam around Bath, Millstream Books, 1987, 281 illustrations.  Photographs by Ivo Peters, captions by Mike Arlett.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper. Great Western, LMS and, of course, Somerset & Dorset photographs on the lines radiating from Bath.  9.50

Arlett, Mike and Lockett, David  Steam around the Hampshire & Dorset Coast, Ian Allan, 1st edition 2001, pp80.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  An all-colour pictorial album.  5.95

Arlett, Mike; Catermole, Peter and Bishop, Don  The Somerset & Dorset Commemorated: A Legendary Railway Recreated 40 Years after Closure,  Transport Video Publishing, 2006, pp20.  Large Format Pb. VG.  An illustrated booklet, with colour throughout.  2.95

Arnold A J and McCartney S  George Hudson: The Rise and Fall of the Railway King: A Study in Victorian Entrepreneurship, Hambleton & London, 2004, pp317 plus 11 illustrations.  Hb.  VG/VG.  An excellent modern biography of the "Railway King."  12.50

Arnold R M  Steam over Belfast Lough, Oakwood Press, 1969, pp90.  Card Covers.  Fair.  Browning to the spine of the covers and some staining on the rear cover.  A look at the railways to Bangor and Larne and especially the work of the locomotives.  3.95

Arnold R M  The Golden Years of the Great Northern Railway Part.1, Blackstaff Press, 1979, pp158.  The second edition with additional photographs.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Charts the ups and downs of the Great Northern Railway of Ireland between the wars. The first volume deals with the network of lines that served Belfast, Portadown, Londonderry and Enniskillen.  14.50

Ashworth B J  Steam in the West Midlands & Wales, IA, 1975, pp120.  Small inscription, the number "174."  Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  A pictorial album, predominately Great Western and largely from the Cotswolds, the forest area west of the Severn and the Welsh valleys and hills.  4.95

Ashworth, Ben  The Last Days of Steam in Gloucestershire, Alan Sutton, 1986, pp137.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG- dust wrapper.  Small internally-repaired tear in the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A pictorial album.  3.95

Atkins C P  West Coast 4-6-0s at Work, IA, 1981, pp128.  At Work Series.  Small inscription, the number "459."  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  There is a half-inch internally repaired tear in the dust wrapper near the head of the spine.  Focuses on the pre-grouping designs of the LNWR, the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway and the Caledonian Railway, with an excellent blend of illustrations and text.  4.95

Atkins, Philip  The British Railways Standard 9F 2-10-0s, Irwell Press, 1993, pp92.  Small inscription, the number "123."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The complete story of the 9Fs from politics to production, development and demise.  16.50

Atkins, Tony and Hyde, David  GWR Goods Services Part 2A: Goods Depots and their Operation, Wild Swan, 2000, pp180.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  The second volume of a three-part study.  18.50

Atterbury, Paul  End of the Line: Exploring Britain's Rural Railways, Boxtree, 1994, pp160.  Signed by the author.  Landscape format Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Front corner of the dust wrapper slightly bumped; one-inch repaired tear in the top edge of the dust wrapper.  Explores fourteen rural railways in some of the most beautiful parts of Britain: Bristol to Weymouth, Shrewsbury to Swansea, Machynlleth to Pwllheli, Llandudno to Blaenau Ffestiniog, Ipswich to Lowestoft, Barrow-in-Furness to Carlisle, Middlesborough to Whitby, Inverness to Wick & Thurso, St Erth to St Ives, Truro to Falmouth, Par to Newquay, Liskeard to Looe, Plymouth to Gunnislake, and Exeter to Barnstaple.  4.95

Atterbury, Paul and Burgum, Ian  Country Railways, Weidenfeld and Nicholson, 1996, pp160.  Text by Paul Atterbury complimenting Ian Burgum's colour illustrations.  Landscape Format Hb.  VG/VG.  "Country Railways is a nostalgic look at traditional [railway] lines through their often old fashioned and attractive buildings and equipment, and a delightful evocation of the railway's role in the ever-varied landscape of Britain."  4.95

Atterbury, Paul  Discovering Britain's Lost Railways, AA Publishing, 2000, pp160.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  "Sets out in search of some of the most interesting of [Britain's] closed lines, retracing their routes, exploring their relics, and looking back with nostalgia to the days when the railway was an essential part of country life."  With chapters entitled: Across the Pennines to the Lakes, Tarka Country, The Slow & Dirty (Somerset & Dorset Railway), Ticket to Ryde, In & Around the Potteries, Norfolk Horizons, The Atlantic Coast, The Wilds of Wales, The North Yorkshire Coast, and The Irish Mail.  3.95

Atterbury, Paul  Branch Line Britain, D&C, 2004, pp256 with over 600 illustrations.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Examines sixty-two branch lines throughout the country; some are still part of the national network, some now serve as preserved lines, while others are now closed.  4.95

Atterbury, Paul  Along Country Lines: Exploring the Rural Railways of Yesteryear, D&C, 2005, pp256.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with dust wrapper.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  The routes followed include: Bristol - Weymouth, Taunton - Barnstaple, Hastings - Ashford, Cheltenham - Andover, Ipswich - Lowestoft, Cambridge - Colchester, Spalding - Yarmouth, Buxton - Ashbourne, Shrewsbury - Swansea, Ruabon - Barmouth, Machynlleth - Pwllheli, Hull - Scarborough, Carnforth - Carlisle, Settle - Carlisle, Dumfries - Stranraer, Glasgow - Oban, Dunblane - Crianlarich, and Inverness - Kyle of Lochalsh.  Lavishly illustrated, mainly in colour.  4.95

Atterbury, Paul  Along Lost Lines: Discovering the glorious heritage of yesterday's railways, D&C, 2007, pp256.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Lavishly illustrated throughout.  3.95

Atterbury, Paul  Tickets Please: A Nostalgic Journey through Railway Station Life, D&C, 2008, pp256.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  Lavishly illustrated throughout.  3.95

Atterbury, Paul  All Change! Visiting the Byways of Britain's Railway Network, AA, 2009, pp256.  Large Format Hb.  Near Fine in a Near Fine dust wrapper.  A celebration of Britain's now largely abandoned branch lines.  Lavishly illustrated throughout in both colour and black & white.  4.95

Atterbury, Paul  Lost Railway Journeys: Rediscover Britain's Forgotten Railway Routes, D&C, 2011, pp176.  "Largish" format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The preliminary title page is a bit grubby.  Five or so lost lines are described in each of the following areas: The West County, Southern England, East Anglia, Central England, Wales, Northern England and Scotland.  Copiously illustrated throughout.  4.95

Atthill, Robin  The Somerset & Dorset Railway, D&C, 1980, pp200 plus 59 plates. The third impression of 1st edition.  Hb.  VG in a  VG dust wrapper with slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A standard history of the Somerset and Dorset, with contributions on locomotives by Ossie Nock.  6.95

Avery, Bob  Rails to the Isles: Fort William Mallaig, IA, 1991, pp48.  A Railway World Special.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history.  3.95

Avis, Roy  Steam Survivors, SLP, 2003, pp128 plus pp8 of colour.  Railway Heritage from The Nostalgia Collection.  Signed by the author.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/Fine.  A superb collection of images of preserved steam locomotives in action on main line duties in the 1990s and into the new millennium.  7.50

Avis, Roy  Stalwarts of Steam, SLP, 2003, pp128.  Railway Heritage from The Nostalgia Collection.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG+.  A superb album of main line steam in the preservation era.  6.95

Awdry, Christopher  Encyclopaedia of British Railway Companies, Guild/PSL, 1990, pp288.  "Largish" format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Covers slightly bumped at the head of the spine.  Details of the over 1000 different railway companies that built Britain's railways.  7.50

Awdry, Christopher  Awdry's Steam Railways, Boxtree, 1990, pp160.  Well-illustrated throughout in colour.  Large landscape format Hb.  Very Good+ in a  Fine dust wrapper.  "A glorious celebration of steam on ten British preserved railways."  3.95

Awdry, Christopher  Over the Summit: How Britain's Railways Crossed the High Hills, SLP, 1993, pp160.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Tells the stories behind forty of Britain's principal inclines, from Hemerdon to Druimuachdar and from Brentwood to Talerddig.  6.95

Awdry, Christopher  Railways Galore: A Guide to Preserved Railways, Miniature Railways and Railway Museums in Britain and Ireland, Boxtree, 1996, pp160.  Large landscape format.  Hb.  VG+/VG.  Organised on a regional basis and illustrated in colour throughout.  4.95

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