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Caplan, Neil  The West Highland Lines, IA, 1990, pp56.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated history of the lines to Fort William, Mallaig and Oban.  2.95

Cardani A  Multiple Aspect Signalling (British Practice), Institute of Railway Signal Engineers, 1958, pp48 with 8 figs.  Educational Lectures No.14.  Pb.  VG.  Staples rusty.  4.95

Carpenter, Roger  The Criggion Branch of the Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway, Wild Swan, 1990, pp48.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  An outline history of the branch is followed by a detailed pictorial study of the line and then by shorter sections on the Breidden Quarry, Locomotive & Train Working, and Branch Train Services.  9.50

Carter J R  Footplate Cameraman, HRP, 2009, pp128.  First published by Ian Allan in 1983.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with dw.  Fine/VG+.  A pictorial album centred in the North-West, where Jim Carter himself worked on the footplate.  4.95

Cartwright, Adam and Walker, Stephen  Boston A Railway Town (Part 1 - to 1922), KMS Books, 1987, pp64.  Pb.  Fair.  There are several small brown marks on the cover, otherwise VG.  An illustrated history of railway development in Boston.  3.95

Cartwright, Ralph and Russell R T  The Welshpool and Llanfair Railway, D&C, 2nd edition 1981, pp207.  Railway History Series.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  The spine of the dust wrapper is slightly sunned.  A standard history of this Welsh narrow gauge line.  5.95

Carvell, Roger  The Chester to Denbigh Railway, Irwell Press, 2009, pp108.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A comprehensive illustrated history of the rural secondary line from Chester to Denbigh.  14.50

Casserley H C  Service Suspended: A pictorial souvenir of British passenger services which are no longer in operation, IA, 1951, pp40.  Card Covers.  Very Good-.  Some superficial wear down the spine of the covers.  A fascinating collection of photographs from long closed lines (pp3-32) plus a list of withdrawn passenger services.  3.95

Casserley H C  The Historic Locomotive Pocketbook, Batsford, 1960, pp256.  Small format.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A survey of British locomotive history in pocket book form, with photographs and brief essays on over 200 designs.  2.95

Casserley H C  British Locomotive Names of the Twentieth Century, IA, 1963, pp177 plus 100 photographs.  Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Some wear to the edges of the dust wrapper with a one-inch tear to the bottom edge.  A comprehensive record of the names of the locomotives of Great Britain and Ireland from the beginning of the 20th century.  6.95

Casserley H C and Johnston S W  Locomotives at the Grouping Vol.2: London and North Eastern Railway, IA, 1st edition 1966, pp128 with 89 illustrations.  Hb.  VG in a Fair dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head and base of the spine, slight loss at the head of the spine.  A complete listing of all the locomotives inherited by the LNER in 1923.  4.95

Casserley H C  Preserved Locomotives, IA, 1st Edition 1968, pp256.  Small format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A photograph and brief history of every steam engine that has avoided the breaker's yard.  3.95

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

Casserley H C  Famous Railway Photographers, D&C, 1972, pp96.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A personal selection of photographs from the author's collection of over 60,000 negatives.  3.95

Casserley H C  Preserved Locomotives, IA, 5th edition 1980, pp192.  First published 1968.  Preserved Locomotives was completely revised for the 5th edition with a new format and an enlarged page size.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the many main line locomotive classes preserved whether working or inactive, steam, electric or diesel.  Also contains a comprehensive register of preserved industrial locomotives and foreign engines.  3.95

Casserley H C  Observers British Steam Locomotives, Bloomsbury Books, reprinted with revisions 1988, pp190.  Small format with glazed boards.  Fine.  2.95

Casserley H C  Great Railway Photographers, Milepost Publishing, 1996, pp48. Presented by Colin Garratt in association with Richard Casserley.  Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  102 of Casserley's pictures selected and captioned by his son Richard.  In spite of the salami publishing, the book contains some excellent photographs, along with some fascinating glimpses into the man behind the camera.  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

Castledine, Malcolm  Southern Railways in the Latter Days of Steam: Waterloo to Weymouth including the Isle of Wight, Book Law, 2005, pp96.  Large landscape format. Glazed boards with dw.  Fine in a VG dust wrapper.  There is a one-inch internally repaired tear in the rear page of the dust wrapper.  Pictorial.  6.95

Catchpole L T  The Lynton and Barnstaple Railway 1895-1935, Oakwood, 7th edition 1988, pp84 plus pp44 of illustrations.  Oakwood Library No.51.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight loss of colour on the spine.  The much enlarged latter edition.  3.95

Cattell, John and Falconer, Keith  Swindon: The Legacy of a Railway Town, HMSO, 1st edition 1995, pp181 with 220 illustrations.  The original hardback edition.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Some loss of colour to the covers particularly down the spine.  A comprehensive architectural history of the railway works at Swindon and of the associated railway village.  9.50

Chacksfield J E  Sir William Stanier: A New Biography, Oakwood, 2001, pp168.  Oakwood Library No.114.  Signed by the author.  Pb.  VG.  7.50

Chalcraft, John  In Memory of the Deltics, Peter Watts, 1982, pp56.  Small inscription, the number "142."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight wear to the corners of the cover.  A photographic tribute.  3.95

Chalcraft, John  The 40's: English Electric 2000Hp Diesel Electrics, Rail Photoprints, 1984, pp32.  Named Diesel & Electric Locomotives of British Rail - Part 5.  Landscape format Pb.  VG.  A pictorial tribute.  2.95

Chalcraft, John  Portrait of the 50s, Rail Photoprints, 1985, pp64.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good.  An album portraying the class 50 diesels in their heyday.  3.50

Chancellor, Paul  Western Change: Summer Saturdays in the West 1957-1995, RCTS, 1995, pp169.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history of the changing traffic patterns on the former Great Western lines to the West Country.  Extensive use is made of detailed traffic surveys.  5.95

Chapman, Colin  The Cowbridge Railway, OPC, 1984, pp127.  Large Format Hb.  "Fine" in a "Very Good+" dust wrapper.  A comprehensive illustrated history of a Taff Vale Railway branch, and its role in the intense railway competition of the South Wales coal field.  8.50

Chapman, Stephen  Warrington, Bellcode, 1996, pp72.  Railway Memories No.9.  Pictures by Arthur Chester.  Small inscription, the number "379", written inside the front cover.  Pb.  VG+.  A pictorial tribute to the lines in and around Warrington.  5.95

Chapman, Stephen  Selby & Goole, Bellcode, 2002, pp112.  Railway Memories No.14.  Card Covers. Very Good.  With sections on: Selby & the East Coast main line, The York & North Midland, Milford - Selby - Staddlethorpe, Staddlethorpe - Goole, The Lanky & Goole Docks, The Axholme Joint, and Modern Memories.  7.50

Chapman, Stephen  Cleveland and Whitby, Bellcode, 2007, pp112.  Railway Memories No.18.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated record of the area with sections on: The Iron Roads of Cleveland, Along the South Bank to Saltburn, Middlesborough - Guisborough - Whitby, and Whitby - Battersby - Picton.  8.50

Chapman, Tim  Steam in the North West: The Last Years 1965-1968, Book Law, 2017, pp72.  Steam Memories: 1950s - 1960s No.96.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A pictorial survey including Carlisle, Manchester, Carnforth, Shap and Ais Gill.  4.95

Chapman W G  The King of Railway Locomotives, Patrick Stephens, 1970, pp152 with 110 illustrations.  First published in 1928 by the Great Western Railway.  This is the PSL hardback reprint.  Small format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been permanently covered with clear adhesive protective covering.  Great Western publicity extolling the virtues of Great Western locomotives.  4.95

Chapman W G  Caerphilly Castle: A Great Western Railway Book, Patrick Stephens, 1970, pp200 with 155 illustrations.  First published in 1924 by the Great Western Railway.  Small format Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head of the spine.  Great Western publicity at its best, extolling the virtues of Great Western locomotives.  4.95

Chapman W G  Loco's of the Royal Road, Patrick Stephens, 1971, pp232.  First published by the Great Western Railway, Paddington, 1936.  This is the PSL reprint.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been permanently covered with clear adhesive protective covering.  Great Western publicity at its best, providing an illustrated history of Great Western engines.  4.95

Chapman W G  Cheltenham Flyer, PSL, 1971, pp232.  First published by the Great Western Railway in 1932.  This is the PSL hardback reprint.  Hb. VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been permanently covered with clear adhesive protective covering; remains of an old price sticker on the cover. Great Western publicity at its best extolling the virtues of The Cheltenham Flyer, which was then the fastest train in the world.  4.95

Chapman W G  Cheltenham Flyer, PSL, 1971, pp232.  First published by the Great Western Railway in 1932.  Pb.  VG- with slight creasing to the covers.  3.95

Chapman W G  Track Topics, Amberley, 2013, pp285 with numerous illustrations.  Edited by John Christopher.  First published by the Great Western Railway, Paddington, July 1935.  Card Covers. Very Good.  Deals with the Way and Works of the Great Western and therefore in many ways the most interesting of Chapman's 1930s publications.  Although John Christopher has added a new introduction and a final supplement section, the original work is reproduced in full.  5.95

Charlton L G  The First Locomotive Engineers: Their Work in the North East of England, Frank Graham, 1974, pp72.  Northern History Booklet No.55.  Pb. VG- with slight wear to the covers.  Examines the contributions of the early engineers in the North East during the years between 1803 and 1830.  3.95

Christiansen, Rex and Miller R W  The Cambrian Railways Vol.1 1852-1888, D&C, 2nd edition 1971, pp178, colour frontis and 37 illustrations.  Presentation plate to a school library inside the front cover, and a bar code & pastedown inside the rear cover - the book was only issued once.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good- dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head and base of the spine.  The first volume of a major history of the Cambrian Railways.  5.95

Christiansen, Rex and Millar R W  The North Staffordshire Railway, D&C, 1971, pp333 with a colour frontis and 32 illustrations.  Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  Superficial wear to the dust wrapper edges.  A standard history of the 'Knotty.'  16.50

Christiansen, Rex  A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Vol. 13: Thames & Severn, D&C, 1981, pp205 with 32 plates, 11 maps, and a folding map in the rear.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Price sticker on the back page of the dust wrapper.  14.50

Christiansen, Rex  A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Vol.7: The West Midlands, David St John Thomas, 2nd revised edition 1983, pp305 with 32 plates and a folding map.  First published in 1973.  Hb. VG in a VG dust wrapper.  An evocative account of a region where the LNWR, Midland and GWR struggled for supremacy.  6.95

Christiansen, Rex  Rail Centres: Crewe, IA, 1st edition 1993, pp128.  Hb.  Fine/VG+.  Inscription.  A well-illustrated history of this major railway centre.  7.50

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

Christiansen, Rex  Cambrian Lines, IA, 2004, pp80.  British Railways Pictorial Series.  Large format Pb.  Very Good.  A pictorial study.  3.95

Christiansen, Rex  Rail Centres: Crewe, Booklaw, 2007, pp128.  Rail Centres No.19.  First published by Ian Allan in 1993.  Glazed boards with dw.  VG+/Fine.  A well-illustrated history of this major railway centre.  6.95

Christiansen, Rex  Regional Rail Centres North West, IA, 1995, pp192.  Small inscription, the number "140."  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of railway development in the industrial North-West, with sections on Liverpool, Chester, Warrington, Wigan, Preston, Lancaster, Barrow and Carlisle.  8.50

Christiansen, Rex  Portrait of the North Staffordshire Railway, IA, 1997, pp112.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  An illustrated history of the 'Knotty.'  7.50

Christiansen, Rex  Railway Roundabout: A Guide to the Highlights of the TV Series, IA, 1997, pp112.  Foreword by John Adams.  Large Format Hb.  VG/VG.  A nostalgic look at the BBC television series Railway Roundabout which ran from 1958 until 1962.  Most of the series is still available on DVD.  4.95

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

Christiansen, Rex  Cambrian Lines, IA, 2004, pp80.  British Railways Pictorial Series.  Large format Pb.  Very Good.  A pictorial study.  3.95

Christopher, John  Paddington Station through Time, Amberley, 2010, pp96.  Pb.  VG.  A pictorial tribute, largely colour.   5.95

Churton, Edward  The Rail Road Book of England: Historical, Topographical, and Picturesque Vol.1, Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973, pp318.  First published in 1851.  Hb.  VG/VG-.  Superficial wear to the edges of the dw.  Describes all routes from London.  "A fascinating guide to Britain as seen from a railway train."  6.95

Clark, Ronald H  A Short History of the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway, Goose & Son, 1967, pp210 with 111 illustrations and 3 maps.  Inscription. Hb.  VG+/VG- with wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  The folding map at the rear is absent.  A one-volume history of "The Joint" based on years of meticulous research.  14.50

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

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

Clark R H  An Historical Survey of Selected Great Western Stations Layouts and Illustrations Vol.3, OPC, 1981, pp224.  Completed by Christopher Potts after Ralf Clark's death.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Slight fading down the spine of the dust wrapper.  A detailed study of a further seventy six Great Western stations.  22.50

Clarke, John and Patmore, J Allan  North-West England, D&C, 1968, pp112 and a colour frontis.  Railway History in Pictures Series.  Hb.  VG/Fair+ with wear to the dust wrapper at the head & base of the spine and at the corners.  A visual record of railway development in the North West.  3.95

Clarke, Linda; Ives, John; Rankin, Stuart and Simons, Paul  Aspects of Railway Architecture, Bristol Marketing Board/BR, 1985, pp64 with 199 illustrations.  Large landscape format.  Card Covers.  VG.  A trace of an old price sticker on the cover.  An interesting collection of photographs originally assembled for a photographic exhibition.  The illustrations are grouped 'according to the purpose for which the buildings were intended.'  2.95

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

Clay, John F and Cliffe J  The Stanier Black Fives, IA, 1972, pp96 plus 24 pages of illustrations.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The story of the 842 Black Fives that ran in Britain.  4.95

Clay, John  The British 4-6-0, New English Library, 1977, pp96.  Large Format. Glazed Boards.  VG.  A well-illustrated survey - in colour and b/w - of the 4-6-0 type, the workhorse of Britain's steam railways.  4.50

Clay, John  The British 4-6-0, New English Library, 1977, pp96.  Large Format Clay, John  The British 4-6-0, New English Library, 1977, pp96.  Large Format Pb.  VG with some superficial wear to the covers at the head & base of the spine.  An illustrated survey - in both colour and black & white - of the 4-6-0 type, the workhorse of Britain's steam railways.  2.50

Clinker C R  The Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway, Dugdale Society, 1956, pp28 plus 5 illustrations.  Dugdale Society Occasional Papers No.11.  Pb.  Very Good.  A concise history based on original research.  6.95

Clinker C R  The Railways of Cornwall 1809-1963, David & Charles, 1963, pp32.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Some browning of the covers.  "A list of authorising acts of parliament, opening and closing dates, with other historical information, compiled from original and contemporary sources."  8.50

Clinker C R  Great Western Railway: A Register of Halts and Platforms 1903 1979, Avon Anglia, 1979, pp14.  The later of the two editions.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good-.  Reproduced typescript.  3.95

Clinker C R  The West Somerset Railway: A history in pictures with an account by C R Clinker, Exmoor Press, 1st edition 1980, pp64.  Card Covers.  Near VG.  Slight browning on the front cover.  A history in pictures of the Great Western's Minehead branch with an account by C R Clinker.  1.95

Clinker C R  The West Somerset Railway: A history in pictures with an account by C R Clinker, Exmoor Press, 2nd edition 1986, pp72.  Revised and enlarged by Christopher van den Arend.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight fading of the red background colour on the front cover.  An illustrated history of the Great Western's Minehead branch.  2.95

Clough, David N and Beckett, Martin  BR Motive Power Performance, IA, 1988, pp128.  Pb.  VG.  A comprehensive examination of train timing and 1980s motive power performance.  3.95

Clough, David N  Type 5 Freight Diesel, IA, 1990, pp96.  Locomotive Profile Series.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG- with slight wear to the glazed boards.  A history of 'Kestrel', Class 56, Class 58, Class 59 and Class 60 diesels, with drawings & illustrations.  4.95

Clough, David and Rapson D I  Locomotive Recognition: Class 37s, IA, 1991, pp96.  Small format Pb. VG.  An illustrated history of the class.  2.95

Clough, David N  Class 50s in Operation, IA, 2004, pp160.  "Largish" format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Well-illustrated account of the Brush built Type 4 BR Class 50 diesel locos, with emphasis on their operational performance.  8.50

Cockbill T W  Finest Thing Out: The Story of the Mechanics' Institute at New Swindon: Part One 1843 1873, The Quill Press, 1988, pp223.  Inscription from the author.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "A Chronicle of Swindon's Torchlit Days."  8.50

Cockman F G  Discovering Preserved Railways, Shire, 1990, pp84 and 30 illustrations.  Pb.  Very Good+.  A introduction to thirty six preserved railways, with a map of each line.  0.95

Coffin, Rex  Kings of the Great Western 1927-1977, 6000 LA, 1977, pp104.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A largely pictorial tribute to the 'King' class of Great Western 4-6-0s.  4.95

Coiley, John  Rocket to Eurostar: The National Railway Museum in Camera, Atlantic, 1996, 209 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A photographic record of the National Railway Museum's wide range of activities.  3.95

Cole, Beverley and Durack, Richard  Railway Posters 1923-1947, Laurence King, 1992, pp160 with colour illustrations of over 200 posters from the National Railway Museum collection.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  Faint vertical line down the rear cover - looks like a flaw in the printing process.  8.50

Cole, Beverley  Getty Images: Trains The Early Years, Konemann, 2001, pp346.  Very Large Landscape Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A carefully selected collection of photographs taken exclusively from the huge Getty Images archive.  All the text and captions are in English, French and German.  Note that although this is a very heavy book weighing over 2Kg, you will NOT be asked for any additional postage.  8.50 

Cole, Beverley and The Guild of Railway Artists  Along Artistic Lines: Two Centuries of Railway Art, Atlantic, 2004, pp127.  Large landscape format Hb.  VG+/VG.  Reproduces some of the finest work from the NRM's art collection, including paintings by Terence Cuneo, David Sheppard, Hamilton Ellis, and the acclaimed poster artist Tom Purvis.  24.50

Cole, Stuart  West from Paddington: The Ultimate Guide to the Landmarks of Three First Great Western Journeys, Etica, 2007, pp167.  Foreword by Pete Waterman.  Pb.  VG+.  Paddington to Bristol, Reading to Penzance, and Swindon to Carmarthen.  2.95

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

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

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

Coleman, Richard and Rajczonek, Joe  Railway Images Around Northamptonshire, W D Wharton, 1992, 283 illustrations.  Small inscription, the number "516", on the preliminary title page.  Large landscape format Hb. VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A pictorial tribute to the railways of Northamptonshire.  9.50

Collins, Michael  Class 37s at Work, IA, 1984, pp128.  At Work Series.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG with slight wear to the top edge of the dust wrapper.  An illustrated account of the design, construction and operation of the Class 37s.  12.50

Collins, Michael  Named Locomotives on BR, IA, 1984, pp112.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  An illustrated survey of over 500 named modern traction units.  4.95

Collins, Michael J  The East Coast Main Line Today, IA, 1985, pp56.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good+.  A well-illustrated survey of the East Coast main line just before electrification.  2.95

Collins, Paul  Rail Centres: Wolverhampton, IA, 1st edition 1990, pp128.  Rail Centres Series.  The original Ian Allan edition.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the railways in and around Wolverhampton.  7.50

Collins, Paul  Birmingham: Britain's Rail Super Centres, IA, 1992, pp176.  Small inscription, the number "155."  Large Format Hb.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the railways in and around England's second city.  7.50

Coltas, Gordon  Names & Nameplates of British Steam Locomotives: 2. GWR & Absorbed, Heyday, 1985, pp80.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A well-illustrated guide to all named locomotives owned by the Great Western after 1922.  2.95

Comfort N A  The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, Oakwood, 1st edition 1963, pp31 plus pp8 of illustrations.  Locomotion Papers No.22.  Card Covers.  Near VG.  Slight wear to the corners of the covers.  An illustrated history.  3.95

Connor J E  Stepney's Own Railway: A History of The London & Blackwall System, Connor & Butler, 1st edition 1984, pp114 plus pp12 of illustrations.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  6.95

Connor J E  London's Disused Underground Stations, Connor & Butler, 1999, pp68.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated survey of all closed London Underground stations within the boundaries of the Greater London Boroughs. Based largely on primary sources.  8.50

Connor J E  Abandoned Stations of London's Underground: A Photographic Record, Connor & Butler, 1st edition 2000, pp96.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  A photographic record of stations that are no longer open.  A companion to the author's London's Disused Underground Stations.  4.95

Conolly, Philip  British Railways Pre-Grouping Atlas and Gazetteer, IA, 5th edition 1976, pp84.  Inscription.  Glazed boards with ring binder.  VG-.  Some rubbing to the corners of the covers; contents VG.  A standard reference work of the railway system before 1923.  3.95

Cooke, Brian  The Fall and Rise of Steam, Jane's, 1982, pp128.  Large landscape format Hb.  VG/VG.  Dw internally reinforced at the head of the spine.   An atmospheric album in the Colin Gifford tradition depicting the last days of steam and early preservation days.  5.95

Cooke R A  Atlas of the Great Western Railway 1947, Wild Swan, 1st edition 1988, pp270.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good- dust wrapper.  There is an internally-repaired tear at the bottom of the front dust wrapper fold.  Fully indexed and cross referenced, this atlas records every junction, station, signal box, engine shed, named siding, tunnel, viaduct, bridge and water trough.  24.50

Cooke R A  Track Layout Diagrams of the Great Western Railway & BR WR: Section 37 Forest of Dean, Lightmoor Press, 3rd edition 2006, pp50.  Published as a conventional paperback, rather than with the plastic ring binding used in the earlier editions.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  The comprehensive track plans cover: Berkeley Road - Lydney Jcn, Lydney (Old Station) - Cinderford Town, Tufts Jcn - Drybrook Road (Mineral Loop), Mitcheldean Road (exc) - Bullo Pill (exc), and Lydbrook Jcn (exc) - Serridge Jcn.  7.50

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

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

Cookson, Peter and Chapman, Steve  Pontefract, Castleford & Knottingley, Bellcode, 2003, pp112. Railway Memories No.15.  "925" written inside the front cover.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  7.50

Coombs L F E  The Harrow Railway Disaster 1952 Twenty Five Years On, D&C, 1978, pp164 with pp8 of illustrations.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The spine of the dust wrapper is slightly sunned.  A detailed study of the double collision at Harrow & Wealdstone in 1952, the second worst accident in British railway history.  8.50

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

Cooper B K  British Rail Handbook, IA, 1981 pp176.  No dw as published.  Small format Hb.  VG.  With chapters on: BR - A National Railway System, Numbering, Permanent Way, Diesel Traction, Generators & Motors, Diesel Locomotives & dmus, Electric Traction & Motive Power, The Air Brake, 125 mph & Above, Signalling, Passenger Rolling Stock, Freight Services & Rolling Stock.  3.95

Cooper B K  Southern Railway Handbook, IA, 1983, pp112.  Hb.  VG/VG-.  Spine of dw sunned, internally-repaired nick in the dw at the head of the spine.  An illustrated overview of the Southern Railway and its operations.  5.95

Cooper B K  BR Motive Power Since 1948, IA, 1985, pp128.  Glazed Boards.  Very Good.  A survey of all the locomotives built by British Rail, including steam, diesel and electric, with details, illustrations and diagrams of each class. Sections on: Non-Standard Steam Locomotives, The Standard Steam Classes, Early Diesel and Gas Turbine Designs, British Railways Diesel Locomotives, The Diesel Hydraulic Classes, DC Electric Locomotives, AC Electric Locomotives, and Experimental Locomotives.  5.95

Cooper B K  Great Western Handbook, IA, 1986, pp112.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  An illustrated overview of the Great Western and its operations between the wars.  3.95

Cooper B K  Class 33 'Cromptons', IA, 1990, pp96.  Locomotive Profile Series.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  Corners of glazed boards bumped.  A history of the class, well-illustrated in colour and b/w.  6.95

Cooper W D and Cooper D S  LMS Days, IA, 1979, pp80.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper spine is slightly sunned.  An album devoted to pre-nationalisation shots of LMS steam.  3.95

Cooper-Smith J H  British Rail Album No.1 North & East, IA, 1975, pp80.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Diesels in LNER territory, plus the Leeds-Manchester and Settle & Carlisle lines.  3.95

Coppin, Alan  Oil on the Rails: The Story of an Industry and its Influence on Britain's Railways and its Rail Tank Wagons, Historical Model Railway Society, 1999, pp162.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  24.50

Cork, Richard  Eduardo Paolozzi Underground, Royal Academy of Arts, 1986, pp48, with p16 of colour illustrations.  Card covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated tribute to the Paolozzi mosaics at Tottenham Court Road.  12.50

Cornwell, H J Campbell  William Stroudley: Craftsman of Steam, D&C, 1968, pp263 with pp18 of illustrations.  Inscription, largely under the front dust wrapper flap.  Hb.  Very Good in a Very Good- dust wrapper.  A full-length biography of William Stroudley, with an emphasis on the locomotives that he designed for the London Brighton & South Coast Railway.  12.50

Cornwell E L  Still in Steam: A Guide to Working Steam Railways, IA, 1978, pp80.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A well-illustrated survey of the preserved railway lines.  1.95

Cossons, Neil; Patmore, Allan; and Shorland-Ball, Rob  Perspectives on Railway History and Interpretation: Essays to celebrate the work of Dr John Coiley at the National Railway Museum, York, National Railway Museum, 1992, pp166.  Produced as a tribute to John Coiley on his retirement as head of the NRM.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  Essays on Aspects of Railway History, The National Railway Collection and Museum Interpretation.  5.95

Coster, Peter  The Book of the A3 Pacifics, Irwell Press, 2003, pp164.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A comprehensive illustrated history.  14.50

Course, Edwin  Railways Then and Now - The Changing Railway Scene in Britain, Batsford, 1983, pp168.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The spine of dust wrapper is slightly sunned.  Examines the changing railway scene at over 100 locations all over Britain, illustrated with pairs of before and after photographs.  2.95

Court, John H  North British Steam Locomotives built 1833 - 1948 for railways in Britain, Bradford Barton, pp112.  No date.  A Bradford Barton original.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A pictorial record of the steam locomotives built by Glasgow's world famous North British Locomotive Company and its predecessors.  8.50

Cox E S  Speaking of Steam, IA, 1971, pp128.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Fair dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper is worn along the top edge, particularly at the head of the spine and at the rear corner, both of which have been internally re-enforced.  E. S. Cox uses the public utterances of eight of the great Chief Mechanical engineers to shed new light on steam locomotive development and practice.  7.50

Crawley, John  The Great Northern Railway in Focus, W D Wharton, 2001, pp176.  Inscription.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Tiny internally repaired nick at the base of the front dust wrapper fold.  A substantial album dealing with all aspects of the GNR's operations, although not unexpectedly by far the largest section is devoted to the company's locomotives.  18.50

Creer, Stanley  Cross-Country Steam, IA, 1979, pp80.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Some loss of colour on the dust wrapper spine.  An Ian Allan album with the focus on cross-country services.  3.95

Creer, Stanley and Morrison, Brian  The Power of the Bulleid Pacifics, OPC, 1st edition 1983, 251 plates.  Power Series.  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  The bottom corners of the covers are slightly bumped.  6.95

Creer, Stanley  BR Diary 1948-1957, IA, 1986, pp112.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  An illustrated review of the first ten years of nationalisation.  4.95

Crook, Stephen  Classic Steam Collection: Portraits of steam locomotives at work on Britain's railways, Silver Link, 1993, pp128.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A later edition of Classic Steam Collection No.1.  With an emphasis on ex-LMS and LNER steam in the 1950s and 1960s.  3.95

Cross, David  Last Years of the Waverley Route, OPC, 2010, pp128.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  There is a nick in the dust wrapper at the base of the spine.  A pictorial tribute covering the last 15 years from 1954 until the closure of the line in 1969.  14.50

Cross, Dennis  Suffolk's Railways: A Portrait in Old Picture Postcards, S. B. Publications, 1991, pp106.  Landscape format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight wear at the corners of the covers.  A fascinating collection of pictures with a section on each line.  3.95

Cross, Derek  London Midland Steam over Shap, Bradford Barton, 1973, pp96.  Address label inside the cover.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a  Fair dust wrapper.  Crease across the dust wrapper with wear to the edges and slight loss at the top edge.  A Bradford Barton original in a red speckled hardback cover, but with only a "fair" dust wrapper.  3.95

Cross, Derek  The Last Decade of Scottish Steam, Bradford Barton, 1979, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Black hardback cover.  4.95

Cross, Derek  The Last Decade of Scottish Steam, Lomond Books/BB, pp96.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  No date.  Spine of the dust wrapper faded.  A Bradford Barton reprint.   Pictorial album.  3.95

Cross, Derek  Double-Headed Trains 1 South, IA, 1979, pp96.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Focuses on the Southern Region, the London area, the Western Region, and the Somerset & Dorset.  3.95

Cross, Derek  Roaming the West Coast Rails, IA, 1980, pp128.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The original Ian Allan edition, not the later PRC reprint.  Captures the atmosphere and beauty of the West Coast Main Line from Euston to Carlisle during the transition from steam to diesel and electric traction.  Sections on: The London & Birmingham, The Grand Junction & Ramifications, Welsh Incursions, North Lancashire, and Cumbria.  3.95

Cummings, John  Railway Motor Buses and Bus Services in the British Isles 1902-1933 Vol.1, OPC, 1978, pp136 with numerous illustrations and maps.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the top edge of the dust wrapper.  A comprehensive history of railway bus operations during the period when the railway companies directly operated bus services. Volume One considers the services operated by Irish Railways, the Scottish pre-grouping companies, some English pre-grouping companies, the LMS and the LNER.  8.50

Cuneo, Terence  The Railway Painting of Terence Cuneo, New Cavendish, 1985, pp128 including colour reproductions of his best paintings.  Bound in an attractive blue binding with silver lettering.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight rubbing to the covers at the base of the spine.  A fine tribute to possibly the greatest painter of the steam age.  10.50

Currie J R L  The Northern Counties Railway Vol. I: Beginnings and Development, 1845-1903, D&C, 1973, pp294 and a colour frontis.  Standard Railway History Series.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A definitive history.  10.50

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