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Gadsden E J S, Whetmath F D, and Stafford-Baker J  The Wisbech & Upwell Tramway, Branch Line Handbooks, 1966, pp51 with maps, plans & photographs.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history of the line.  8.50

Gairns J F  Railways for All, Ward, Lock & Co, 2nd edition, pp384 plus 100 illustrations.  No date.  Hb.  No dw.  Fair+.  Some wear to the covers at the head & base of the spine.  A survey of the railways of Britain and the world shortly after the 1923 Grouping.  5.95

Gairns J F  Locomotive Compounding and Superheating: A practical text book for the use of railway and locomotive engineers, students, and draughtsman,  Charles Griffin & Company, 1907, pp189 with a frontispiece and 148 figs.  No dust wrapper.  Hb.  Near VG.  Slight rubbing to the edges of the covers.  A comprehensive study of the use of compounding in steam locomotives.  28.50

Gammell C J  Scottish Branch Lines: 1955-1965, OPC, 1st edition 1978, 163 plates.  Small inscription, the number "204."  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  There is a half-inch internally-repaired tear in the rear dust wrapper fold.  A pictorial survey with the following sections: Highland, Grampian, Tayside, Fife, Central, Strathclyde, Lothian, Borders and Dumfries & Galloway.  5.95

Gammell, Chris  LNER Branch Lines 1945-1965, OPC, 1979, 162 plates.  Large format. Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A county-by-county pictorial survey.  6.95

Gammell, Chris  Around the Branch Lines: No. 2 Great Western, OPC, 1983, 157 plates.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper with slight wear at one corner of the dust wrapper.  A high-quality pictorial survey that examines each area in turn.  5.95

Gammell C J  The Rural Railway, GRQ Publications, 1983, pp96.  Large Format Hb.  VG/VG-. Loss of colour to the dust wrapper down the spine area.  Largely pictorial with sections on East Anglia, East Midlands & Lincolnshire, North East, North West, West & South Midlands, South West, Southern Counties, and Wales.  4.95

Gammell C J  The Steam Age, Bracken, 1988, pp96.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  1959 was a year of rapid change on British Railways.  This album portrays the scenes, month by month, as the author travelled throughout the British Isles recording the passing of the steam age.  2.95

Gammell C J  The Branch Line Age: The Minor Railways of the British Isles in Memoriam and Retrospect, Bracken, 1988, pp96.  First published by Moorland in 1976.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Examines branch lines in all five regions and also in the Isle of Man and Ireland.  3.95

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

Gammell, Chris  Steam Sheds and their Locomotives, IA, 1995, pp112.  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  Gives a historical introduction and a sample allocation for groups of sheds from all six regions.  Illustrated with 160 colour illustrations - but largely not shed scenes.  4.95

Gammell C J  GWR Branch Lines, OPC, 1996, pp192.  Large Format Hb. VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A comprehensive branch-by-branch pictorial survey.  9.50

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

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

Garnett A F  Steel Wheels: The Evolution of the Railways and how they excited Engineers, Architects, Artists and Writers, Cannwood Press, 2005, pp266.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  "A celebration of the railways and of their enduring effect on our collective imagination."  3.95

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  Preserved Steam Locomotives of Britain, Blandford, 1982, pp169, 37 coloured plates, and 72 black & white photographs.  "Smallish" format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Edges of the covers rubbed.  Describes and illustrates the historic engines still on display throughout Britain.  1.95

Garratt, Colin  Veterans in Steam, Blandford, 1983, pp160.  Large format Hb.  Very Good+ / Very Good.  Illustrated in colour throughout.  A journey through seven countries, beginning in Britain then via Eastern Germany, Austria, Yugoslavia and Greece to Turkey and Syria.  3.95

Garratt, Colin  The Last Days of British Steam Railways, Guild/PSL, 1985, pp136.  Published by Book Club Associates by arrangement with Patrick Stephens Ltd.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Over 150 previously unpublished pictures from the late 1950s and early 1960s with chapters on Scotland, Carlisle, North Notts/South Yorkshire Coalfield, Leicester and the Midlands, Great Western Days, The Southern & Britain's Last Steam Main Line, The North-East; Northamptonshire Ironstone, Crewe and Lancashire - Steam's Last Outpost.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  British Steam Nostalgia, BCA/Thorsons, 1987, pp144.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A volume of Colin Garratt's early photographs with sections on the GWR, the LMS, Industrials, BR, the Southern and the LNER.  Mainly black & white but with some colour.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Age of British Steam Railways from the early Twenties to the Late Fifties, Sunburst / Milepost, 1994, pp184.  Small inscription, the number "281."  Very Large Format. Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  There is a small internally-repaired tear at the base of the dust wrapper spine.  An outstanding collection of over 350 photographs selected from the work of the Rev A. W. V. Mace.  4.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains, Milepost, 1995, pp196.  Inscription under the flap of the dust wrapper.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG.  Atmospheric photographs taken by the Reverend A W V Mace, a prolific railway photographer who was active from the early 20s until the end of steam.  Divided into four sections covering the GWR, LMS, LNER and SR.  4.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains: London & North Eastern Railway, Milepost, 1995, pp48.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  Evocative photographs taken by the Rev. A. W. V. Mace, a prolific railway photographer from the early 1920s until his death in 1986.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains: Great Western Railway, Milepost, 1995, pp48.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Evocative photographs taken by the Rev A. W. V. Mace, a prolific railway photographer from the early 1920s until his death in 1986.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains: London Midland Scottish Railway, Milepost, 1995, pp48.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards. Fine.  Evocative photographs taken by the Rev. A. W. V. Mace, a prolific railway photographer whose career ranged from the early 1920s until his death in 1986.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  The Golden Years of British Steam Trains: Southern Railway, Milepost, 1995, pp48.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  Evocative photographs taken by the Rev A. W. V. Mace, a prolific railway photographer from the early 1920s until his death in 1986.  2.95

Garratt, Colin  100 Years of Classic Steam, Colour Library Direct, 1997, pp304.  Very Large Format.  Glazed boards with dust wrapper.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Although this is a large tomb, our standard postage rates apply - you will not be asked to pay additional postage after you have placed an order!  4.95

Garratt, Colin and Wade-Mathews, Max  The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Steam and Rail, Lorenz Books, 1999, pp512 with numerous coloured illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG+.  A huge tome combining The World Encyclopedia of Locomotives by Colin Garratt with Great Railway Journeys of the World by Max Wade-Mathews.  Note that although this is a very heavy book, our standard postage rates still apply.  5.95

Garratt, Colin and Wade-Mathews, Max  Illustrated Book of Steam and Rail: The history and development of the train and an evocative guide to the world's great railway journeys, Hermes House, 2006, pp512.  Pb.  VG+.  Combines two earlier books The World Encyclopedia of Locomotives by Colin Garratt and Great Railway Journeys of the World by Max Wade-Mathews in a single volume. Lavishly illustrated throughout.  3.95

Garratt, Colin  The Railway Photography of Henry Priestley, Sutton Publishing, 2000, pp150. Brief inscription.  "Largish" format Hb.  VG+/VG+.  A wide-ranging selection of outstanding pictures from the 75 years of Henry Priestley's railway photography.  5.95

Garratt, Colin  British Steam Lives!, Bounty Books, 2005, pp144.  Glazed boards with dw. Fine/Fine.  First published by Blandford Press in 1984.  A tribute to the many British steam locomotives that were exported to countries around the world, illustrated by the author's colour photographs. 3.95

Garrett S R  The Kent and East Sussex Railway, Oakwood, 2nd enlarged edition 1987, pp104. The second enlarged and revised edition.  Locomotion Papers No.56.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history.  3.95

Garrod, Trevor  Thames and Downs by Rail, Jarrold, 1988, pp64.  Pb.  VG+.  A useful guide to rail trips from Paddington and Waterloo produced by the Railway Development Society.  0.95

Gasson, Harold  Footplate Days: More Reminiscences of a Great Western Fireman, OPC, 1976, pp112 plus pp32 of illustrations.  Pb.  VG-.  Some superficial wear to the covers, otherwise VG.  A sequel to Firing Days, more experiences at Didcot shed.  2.95

Geddes, Howard and Bellass, Eddie  Highland Railway Liveries, Pendragon/HMRS, 1995, pp108. With Peter Tatlow.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Deals with locomotives, coaches, wagons, buildings and lineside structures.  8.50

Geen, David and Scott, Barry  The Great Western Railway in the 1930s Vol.2, Kingfisher, 1987, 144 illustrations.  The original Kingfisher edition.  Large format Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A further 144 plates from the G.H. Soole collection, now held in the National Railway Museum. An appendix gives details of the coach types identified in each picture by the authors.  5.95

Gerard, Malcolm and Hamilton J A B  Rails to Disaster: More British Steam Train Accidents 1906-1957, BCA / A&U, 1984, pp124.  Steam Past Series.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Each of the fourteen chapters is devoted to a major rail accident.  Complements Trains to Nowhere by the same authors.  3.95

Gibbons, David  BR Equipment 2: Drawings from Railnews 'Stockspot', IA, 1990, pp96.  Large landscape format Pb.  VG+.  Drawings of recent locomotives, emus and dmus with supporting text.  5.95

Gibson, John C  Great Western Locomotive Design: A Critical Appreciation, D&C, 1984, pp157.  Glazed Boards.  No dust wrapper as published.  VG with slight loss of colour down the spine.  Gibson was an apprentice at the M&SWJR works at Cirencester before transferring to Swindon after the grouping.  7.50

Gilks, John Spencer  Dawn of the Diesels 1956-66 Part 1, SLP, 1998, pp96.  Edited by Mike Esau.  Small inscription, the number "800."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  First generation diesel locomotives and units captured on camera.  7.50

Gilks, John Spencer  Dawn of the Diesels 1956-66 Part 2, SLP, 1998, pp96.  Edited by Mike Esau.  Small inscription, the number "822."  Large Format.  Hard Cover.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  First generation diesel locomotives and units captured on camera.  7.50

Gilks, John Spencer  Day of the Diesels Vol.1 1970-74, SLP, 2005, pp128.  Edited by Mike Esau.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/Fine.  A follow-up to the Dawn of the Diesels Series in which John Spencer Gilks records the first flourishing of the true diesel age.  10.50

Gilks, John Spencer  Day of the Diesels Vol.2 1975-79, SLP, 2006, pp128.  Edited by Mike Esau.  Large Format Hb. VG+/VG with a tiny nick in the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A follow-up to the Dawn of the Diesels Series in which John Spencer Gilks records the first flourishing of the true diesel age.  10.50

Gilks, John Spencer  Day of the Diesels Vol.3 The 1980s, SLP, 2007, pp128.  Edited by Mike Esau.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/VG+.  A follow-up to the Dawn of the Diesels Series in which John Spencer Gilks records the first flourishing of the true diesel age.  10.50

Glancey, Jonathan  Tornado 21st Century Steam, Books on Track, 2010, pp207.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The definitive work on the Tornado project.  12.50

Glancey, Jonathan  Giants of Steam: The Great Men & Machines of Rail's Golden Age, Atlantic Books, 2012, pp376 plus pp16 of illustrations.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  The thrilling story of the last, and greatest, generation of steam locomotives designed and built by the railways and workshops of Britain, France, Germany and the United States.  4.95

Glenn, D Fereday  Rail Routes in Hampshire & East Dorset, IA, 1983, pp128.  Hb.  Fine/VG.  A pictorial survey of a once complex railway network.  5.95

Glenn, D Fereday  The Last Days of Steam in Surrey and Sussex, Alan Sutton, 1989, pp128.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Slight indentations to the rear dust wrapper and to the cover underneath.  A pictorial album in the Last Days of Steam Series.  3.95

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

Glenn, D Fereday  More Last Days of Steam in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, Alan Sutton, 1993, pp152.  Glazed boards with dw.  Fine/VG+.  "Evocative photographs from the author's own collection."  4.95

Glenn, D Fereday  Rail Rover: From Kent to Cornwall, Alan Sutton, 1997, pp172 with 180 pictures.  Glazed boards with dw.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  The top corners of the glazed boards are bumped.  The author recalls a week of travel on the Southern Region in 1959 using a Rail Rover ticket.  4.95

Glover, John  London's Railways Today, D&C, 1981, pp96.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A pictorial survey of London's railways at the start of the 1980s - since so much has changed in the intervening years, probably of more interest today than when it was published in 1981.  With a 30 page introduction.  2.95

Glover, John  British Electric Trains in Camera, IA, 1982, pp128.  Hb.  Fine/Fine. Sections on: Southern Region, London Midland Region, Scottish Region, Glasgow Underground, Tyne & Wear Metro, Eastern Region & London Transport.  5.95

Glover, John  West Midlands Rails in the 1980s, IA, 1984, pp104.  Hb.  VG+/VG with slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine.  A survey of the railways within a 50-mile radius of Birmingham in the early 1980s.  4.95

Glover, John  BR Diary 1978-1985, IA, 1985, pp128.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  A well-illustrated review of the period.  5.95

Glover, John  British Rail in Colour 1968-1980, IA, 1988, pp112.  Large Format. Glazed Boards.  VG.  Sections on: The Railways of Britain, Steam's Last Gasp, Diesel Traction Developments, Electrification in the Shadows, More Speed - More Power, The Passenger Transport Executives, Local Railways, The Industrial Base, Inter-City Makes the Going Easy, Serving the London Commuter, and A Note on Liveries.  4.95

Glover, John  London Transport Railways Rail 16 Portfolios, IA, 1991, pp64.  Landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  An all-colour album.  6.95

Glover, John  London's Underground: An Illustrated History of the World's Premier Underground System, IA, 8th edition 1996, pp160 with numerous illustrations & diagrams.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/Fine.  A standard history of the Underground.  6.95

Glover, John  National Railways: A Guide to the Privatised Railways, IA, 1996, pp128.  Pb.  Fine.  A useful insight into how our railways were privatised.  0.95

Glover, John  Railways in and around London Then & Now, IA, 1999, pp256.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A lavishly produced album of then and now illustrations.  Each pre-grouping railway with a presence in the capital is treated in turn.  5.95

Glover, John  London's Branch Railways, IA, 1999, pp128.  Large Format Hb.  Fine/VG+.  A comprehensive illustrated survey.  6.95

Glover, John  Railway Operations, IA, 1999, pp128 with numerous illustrations.  Ian Allan ABC.  Small format Pb.  VG.  A detailed pocket guide on how our railways work with sections on Railway Organisation, Principles of Operation, Track & Signalling, Passenger Stations, Passenger Train Operation, Freight Train Operation, Service Provision & Operation Planning, Executing the Operational Plan, Measurement of Achievement, Safety on the Railway, and The Railway of the Future.  3.95

Glover, John  Southern Electric, IA, 2001, pp169 with over 150 illustrations.  Large Format Hb.  VG/VG.  If you remove our usual protective dust wrapper covering, you will find a tiny indentation in the dust wrapper near the head of the spine, with a corresponding flaw in the front cover below.  Otherwise a Fine copy in a Fine dust wrapper.  A comprehensive "new" history inspired by G. T. Moody's Southern Electric.  8.50

Glover, John  Eastern Electric, IA, 2003, pp160.  Large Format Hb.  VG/VG.  A comprehensive illustrated history of railway electrification on the lines of the former LNER.  7.50

Goddard, Larry  Colour of the North Wales Main Line, Foxline, 2002, pp88.  Signed by the author.   Glazed Boards.  Generally VG, but with a short "hairline" flaw in the glazed boards at the head of the spine.  An all-colour pictorial tribute in the diesel age.  8.50

Goode C T  Railways in South Yorkshire, Dalesman, 1975, pp96.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated line-by-line survey.  2.95

Goode C T  The Railways of Uxbridge, author, 1983, pp48.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history of the three railway lines to reach Uxbridge, two Great Western Railway branch lines and the Metropolitan line.   7.50

Goode C T  The Hertford Loop Line, Oakwood, 1984, pp48 with pp16 of illustrations.  Locomotion Papers No.149.  Card Covers.  VG.  5.95

Goode C T  Railway Rambles with a Box Camera 2: Sites and Stations, author, 1989, pp58.  Pb.  VG.  Remains of an old price sticker on the cover.  Inscription plus brief notes inside the cover plus crosses & ticks at some of the captions.  Perhaps the most interesting booklet in this series since it focuses on the railway infrastructure.  3.95

Goode C T  The Railways of Castleford (Normanton and Motley), author, 1991, pp64.  Pb.  VG.  There is an old price sticker on the rear cover.  An illustrated history of railways in and around Castleford where the Midland, Great Northern, North Eastern and Lancashire & Yorkshire railways all had a presence.  4.95

Goode C T  The Selby and Driffield Railway, author, 1993, pp64.  Pb.  VG with slight wear to the covers.  An illustrated history published by the author.  5.95

Goode C T  The York, Knaresborough and Harrogate Railway, author, 2001, pp80.  Card Covers.  VG.  An illustrated history of the line.  6.95

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

Goodwyn A M  Manx Transport Kaleidoscope, Manx Electric Railway Society, 2nd edition 1995, pp64.  Pb.  VG.  A largely pictorial survey, mainly the rail and tram systems but also includes buses.  1.95

Goodwyn, Mike  Manx Electric: The Complete History of the Manx Electric Railway, the Snaefell Mountain Railway and their Rolling Stock, Platform 5, 1993, pp112.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  A comprehensive illustrated history.  5.95

Gordon D I  A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Vol.5 The Eastern Counties, D&C, 2nd edition 1977, pp256 with 39 plates and a folding map in the rear.  First published in 1968.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  The 5th volume in a definitive series.  10.50

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.  Very Good+.  Sutton's Photographic History of Railways Series.  3.95

Gosling, Ted and Clement, Mike  Dorset Railways, Sutton, 1999, pp128.  Sutton's Photographic History of Railways Series.  Pb.  VG.  3.95

Goudie F W  Metropolitan to Jubilee: Wembley Park to Stanmore, Forge Books, 1986, pp32. "Largish" format Pb.  Fine.  An illustrated history of the Metropolitan Railway's branch to Stanmore, now part of the Jubilee line.  7.50

Gough, John  British Rail at Work: East Midlands, IA, 1985, pp128.  At Work Series.  Remains of an old price sticker on the front dust wrapper.  Large Format Hb.  VG+/VG.  A series recording the British Rail scene soon to be swept away by privatisation.  7.50

Gough, John  British Rail at Work: InterCity, IA, 1988, pp128.  At Work SeriesLarge Format Hb.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally re-enforced at the head of the spine, and a one-inch tear to the rear bottom edge of the dust wrapper has also been internally repaired.  A detailed examination of the nationwide InterCity network before it was fragmented by privatisation.  5.95  

Gough, Terry  The Southern West of Salisbury, OPC, 1984, 143 plates.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG- dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper has been internally repaired at the head of the spine; slight loss of colour down the spine.  A line-by-line pictorial survey.  4.95

Gough, Terry  Around the Branch Lines No.1 Southern, OPC, 1988, 178 plates.  Large Format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Some loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper, two small wear marks near the base of the rear dust wrapper fold.  A branch-by-branch pictorial survey.  5.95

Gough Terry  Southern Railway Reflections: Surrey & Berkshire, SLP, 1999, pp96.  First published as The Southern in Surrey and Berkshire by OPC in 1988.  Large Format Pb.  Very Good+.  A line-by-line pictorial survey.  3.95

Gough, Terry  Berkshire Past and Present, Past & Present, 2002, pp96.  Rediscovering Railways Series.  Pb.  VG.  A pictorial record of the county's railways past and present.  4.95

Gough, Terry  West Sussex Past and Present, Past & Present, 2002, pp96. Rediscovering Railways Series.  Pb. VG+.  A pictorial record of the county's railways past and present.  4.95

Gough, Terry  Surrey: The West of the County Past and Present, Past & Present, 2002, pp96. Rediscovering Railways Series.  Pb.  VG+.  A pictorial record of the area's railways past and present.  4.95

Gould, David  The London & Birmingham Railway 150 Years On, D&C, 1987, pp96.  Hb.  Fine in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  An illustrated survey of the Euston to Birmingham line in the 1980s.  2.95

Gourvish T R  Mark Huish and the London & North Western Railway: A Study of Management, Leicester University Press, 1973, pp319.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Some rubbing to the dust wrapper at the base of the spine.  A study of the management career of Captain Mark Huish.  12.50

Gradon, W McGowan  Furness Railway: Its Rise and Development, author, 1946, pp108.  Hb.  No dust wrapper, as published.   Fair+ with slight wear to the corners of the covers, and at the head & base of the spine.  16.50

Gradon, W McGowan  A History of the Cockermouth and Penrith Railway, author, 1948, pp36.  Pb.  Near VG with slight wear to the covers.  An illustrated history.  24.50

Gradon, William McGowan  The Track of the Ironmasters: A History of the Cleator & Workington Junction Railway, author, 1st edition 1952, pp70.  Pb.  Rust marks from the staples showing through on the covers, otherwise VG.  A first edition of Gradon's ground-breaking history.  8.50

Gradon, William McGowan  The Track of the Ironmasters: A History of the Cleator & Workington Junction Railway, Cumbrian Railways Association, 2nd edition 2004, pp72. With additional notes by Peter Robinson.  First published in 1952.  Large Format Pb.  VG+.  William Gradon's original text is reproduced in full.  Additional notes have been added at the end of each chapter, along with a series of appendices.  6.95

Grafton, Peter  Edward Thompson of the LNER, Kestrel, 1st edition 1971, pp139 plus 68 illustrations.  The original hardback edition.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG- dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the dust wrapper at the head of the spine, and some loss of colour down the spine.  A well-researched objective assessment of Thompson and his locomotives.  16.50

Grafton, Peter  Men of the LNER, A&U, 1982, pp94.  Steam Past Series.  Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  Loss of colour down the spine of the dust wrapper.  Tells the story of the men who served the LNER.  4.95

Gray, Adrian  The London, Chatham and Dover Railway, Meresborough Books, 1984, pp241.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  The top corners of the covers are slightly bumped.  A highly-praised history of the line.  16.50

Gray, Edward  Manchester Road & Rail, Alan Sutton, 1996, pp126.  Britain in Old Photographs Series.  Pb. VG.  With chapters on: Horse-Drawn Transport; Railways in the Pre-Grouping Era; Late Nineteenth-Century Experiments; Electric Tramways 1899-1920; Motor Buses 1900-1939; Railways after 1923; Industrial Railways; Electric Tramways 1921-19561; Trolley Buses, Motor Buses 1940-1969; and Passenger Transport Executive, De-regulation & Metrolink.  3.95

Gray, Edward  Manx Railways & Tramways, Sutton, 1998, pp160.  Sutton's Photographic History of Railways.  Pb.  VG.  With sections on The Isle of Man Railway, Douglas Street Tramways, the Manx Electric Railway, The Snaefell Mountain Railway, The Groudle Glen Railway, and the Douglas Southern Electric Tramway.  4.95

Gray, Peter W  The Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway: A nostalgic trip down the line from Newton Abbot to Kingswear and Dartmouth, Past & Present, 1994, pp96.  Pb.  Near VG.  Loss of colour down the spine of the covers.  Over 150 photographs from Newton Abbot, Torre, Torquay, Paignton, Goodrington, Churston and Kingswear.  3.95

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

Green C C  The Coast Lines of the Cambrian Railways Vol.1 Machynlleth to Aberystwyth including a general history of the Aberystwyth & Welsh Coast Railway, Wild Swan, 1993, pp282.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Slight wear to the covers at the head of the spine.  A comprehensive study.  18.50

Green C C  Cambrian Railways 1859 1947, IA, 1997, pp224.  Combines two earlier titles, Cambrian Railways Album and Cambrian Railways Album 2 in a single volume.  Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  The illustrations in Cambrian Railways Album were all taken before The Grouping in 1923, while those in Cambrian Railways Album 2 were taken between the Grouping and Nationalisation.  7.50

Green, Oliver  The London Underground - An Illustrated History, IA, 1987, pp80.  Large format.  Card covers.  Very Good.  An illustrated history.  2.95

Green, Oliver and Reed, John  The London Transport Golden Jubilee Book 1933-1983, The Daily Telegraph, 1983, pp192.  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good dust wrapper.  A pictorial history of the first fifty years of London Transport, with a section devoted to each era.  4.95

Greenwood R S  London Midland Steam on the Ex-L&Y, Bradford Barton, 1975, pp96.  Small inscription, the number "512."  Hard Cover.  Very Good+ in a Very Good+ dust wrapper.  A Bradford Barton reprint with matt printing.  3.95

Griffiths, Denis  Locomotive Engineers of the GWR, Guild /Patrick Stephens, 1988, pp184.  Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  Conveys the unique engineering and technical character of the GWR, which had only seven Chief Mechanical Engineers in over 100 years.  4.95

Griffiths, Denis  Heavy Freight Locomotives of Britain, PSL, 1993, pp192. Inscription.  Hb.  VG/VG.  Tiny tear to the bottom edge of the dw.  "Explores the development of motive power designed specifically for the haulage of freight on the main line, from the steam era to the present day, including much technical description and explanation of the various innovations to improve power and efficiency."  8.50

Griffith, Edward  The Hundred of Manhood and Selsey Tramways later known as The West Sussex Railway 1997-1935, author, 2nd revised & extended edition 1968, pp64.  First published in 1948.  Pb.  Very Good.  5.95

Griffiths, Edward C  The Bishop's Castle Railway Shropshire 1865-1935, author, 2nd revised and enlarged edition 1969, pp80.  Pb.  Fair.  Some wear down the spine of the covers and slight creasing across the bottom corners.  An illustrated history of the line, first published in 1948.  6.95

Griffiths, Roger  GWR Sheds in Camera, OPC, 1988, 308 plates.  Large format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  Features some 160 GWR and absorbed company sheds, illustrating the various design styles and servicing facilities. 8.50

Griffiths, Roger  Southern Sheds in Camera, OPC, 1989, pp160.  Small inscription, the number "433."  Large Format Hb.  Fine in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A high-quality large format album.  8.50

Griffiths, Roger and Smith, Paul  The Directory of British Engine Sheds and Principal Locomotive Servicing Points: 1 Southern England, the Midlands, East Anglia and Wales, OPC, 1999, pp221.   Large format Hb.  VG+ in a VG dust wrapper.  A comprehensive survey of all known locomotive sheds and stabling point in Wales and Southern England.  10.50

Griffiths, Roger and Smith, Paul  The Directory of British Engine Sheds and Principal Locomotive Servicing Points: 2 North Midlands, Northern England, and Scotland, OPC, 2000, pp206.  Large format Hb.  VG+ in a Fine dust wrapper.  The top front corner of the front cover is bumped, otherwise Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A comprehensive survey of all known locomotive sheds and stabling points.  14.50

Griffiths, Roger and Hooper, John  Great Northern Railway Engine Sheds Vol.2: The Lincolnshire Loop, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, Book Law/Railbus, pp122.  No date.  First published by Challenger in 1996.  Large Format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  8.50

Griffiths, Roger and Hooper, John  Great Northern Railway Engine Sheds Vol.2: The Lincolnshire Loop, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire, Book Law / Railbus, 2006, pp122.  First published by Challenger in 1996.  Large format Pb.  VG.  6.95

Grigg A E  Country Railwaymen: A Notebook of Engine Drivers' Tales, David St Thomas/D&C, 3rd impression 1989, pp155 with 100 line drawings by Alan Walker.  Landscape format Hb.  VG+/VG.  Tales from the LNWR lines in the South Midlands around Bletchley.  4.95

Griggs, Mike  Route and Branch: A Personal Exploration of the Railway Heritage of North East England, SLP, 2006, pp128.  Pb.  VG+.  Includes the Newcastle & Carlisle line, the East Coast Main Line, and Northumberland lines to Riccarton Junction, Rothbury, Alnwich and Sprouston.  6.95

Grinling, Charles H  The History of The Great Northern Railway 1845 1902, Methuen & Co, 2nd edition 1903, pp463.  Hb.  Fair.  Some wear and rubbing to the corners & edges of the covers with some loss of colour.  There is also a crack along part of the front edge, although the binding is still sound.  A major history of the origins and development of the Great Northern Railway.  24.50

Groves N  Great Northern Locomotive History Vol.2 1867-95 The Stirling Era, RCTS, 1987, pp315 with 237 illustrations.  Glazed Boards.  VG with a tiny wear mark on the top edge of the covers and some loss of colour down the spine.  The second volume of a comprehensive history of every locomotive class built for the Great Northern Railway.  10.50

Groves N  Great Northern Locomotive History Vol.3a 1896-1911 The Ivatt Era,  RCTS, 1990, pp235 with 198 illustrations.  Glazed Boards.  Fair with rubbing to the glazed boards at the corners.  6.95

Gurley N F  Narrow Gauge Steam out of Portmadoc: Twenty-five Years of the Festiniog Railway, Bradford Barton, 1980, pp96.  Hard Cover.  Very Good in a Very Good dust wrapper.  Black hardback cover.  Small stain on the blank front endpaper.  4.95

Gwynne, Bob  Celebrating Steam: The Story of Railfest, Nostalgia Road, 2004, pp60.  No 57 of a limited edition of 1000.  Signed by the author.  Railway Preservation Series Vol.2.  Pb.  Fine.  An all-colour pictorial celebration of Railfest 2004, held at the NRM (National Railway Museum) to celebrate 200 years of steam.  0.95

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