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Oakley, Michael  Diesel Enthusiast's Pocket Guide including electrics 4: L. M. Region South, Bradford Barton, 1981, pp48.  Soft Cover.  Fine.  A brief description and mileage tables of all the lines in the public timetable along with details of all the motive power workings over each section.  1.95

Oakley, Michael  Diesel Enthusiast's Pocket Guide including Electrics 9: South and South East, Bradford Barton, 1981, pp48.  Pb. VG.  A brief description and mileage tables of all the lines in the public timetable, along with details of all motive power workings over each section.  1.95

Oakley, Mike  Somerset Railway Stations, Dovecote Press, 2002, pp160.  Glazed Boards.  Fine.  An illustrated survey including the Weston, Clevedon & Portishead and the West Somerset Mineral Railway.  10.50

Oldham, Eric  British Railways Steam in Retrospect, Sutton Publishing, 1998, pp124.  "Largish" format Hb.  VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper.  A pictorial album with sections on: Crewe Station & Locomotive Works, Doncaster Works & Railway Centre, Freight Traffic, Stations, Steam to Woodhead, Regional Passenger Services, Motive Power Depots & Locomotive Sheds, Scottish Steam, and Narrow Gauge Railways.  4.95

Onley, Graham  The Book of the Patriot 4-6-0s A Photographic Accompaniment: 1, Irwell Press, 2007, pp56.  Large Format Pb.  VG.  Published to compliment The Book of the Patriot 4-6-0s by Ian Sixsmith.  6.95

Oppitz, Leslie  Sussex Railways Remembered, Countryside Books, 1987, pp112.  Inscription.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  VG+ in a VG- dust wrapper.  The dust wrapper spine is sunned and there is a 1.5 inch internally repaired tear at the head of the spine.  An illustrated history of the lost rural railways of Sussex.  3.95

Oppitz, Leslie  East Anglian Railways Remembered, Countryside, 1989, pp128. Glazed boards with dw.  VG/VG-.  Dw internally repaired at the base of the spine.  An illustrated survey of the "lost lines" of East Anglia.  4.95


Oppitz, Leslie  Cheshire Railways Remembered,  Countryside Books, 1997, pp112.  Card Covers.  VG+.  An illustrated history of the railways of Cheshire.  3.95

Oppitz, Leslie  Surrey Railways Remembered, Countryside Books, 1998, pp112.  Glazed boards with dw.  Fine in a Very Good dust wrapper.  An illustrated history of the railways in Surrey.  3.95

Oppitz, Leslie  Lost Railways of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, Countryside Books, 2004, pp160.  Pb.  VG+.  An illustrated history of the lost rural railways of Herefordshire and Worcestershire.  4.95

Oppitz, Leslie  Lost Railways of Staffordshire, Countryside Books, 2006, pp160.  Pb.  VG.  An illustrated history of the closed lines in Staffordshire.  4.95


Ottley, George  A Bibliography of British Railway History, HMSO, 2nd edition 1983, pp683. Preface by Professor Jack Simmons.  Hb.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  The first volume of Ottley's comprehensive bibliography.  With almost 8000 entries, George Ottley provides details of every single rail and tram book published before 1963.  10.50

Ovenden, Mark  Steam in Kent and East Sussex, South Anglia Productions, 1990, pp48.  British Isles Steam Gallery Vol.2.  "Compiled and photographed by Dennis C. Ovenden."  Small inscription, the number "437."  Large Format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  Slight loss of colour down the spine.  Photographs taken between 1956 and 1962 on the lines of the former SER.  3.95

Owen, John  The Exe Valley Railway including The Tiverton Branch, Kingfisher, 1st edition 1985, pp192.  The original Kingfisher edition.  Large Format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  A comprehensive illustrated history.  14.50

Owen, Tim  The Great Survivor: The Story of the Rebuilding of a Vintage Furness Railway Engine, Cumbrian Railway Association and The Furness Railway Trust, 1999, pp32.  Large Format.  Card Covers.  VG.  The history of Furness Railway locomotive No.20, an 0-4-0 tender locomotive originally built in 1863.  When it was restored in 1999 it became the oldest standard gauge railway locomotive in Britain working under its own steam.  3.95

Owen-Jones, Stuart; Briwnant-Jones, Gwyn & Roy J Nolan [editors]  Great Western 150 Rail Resource Pack, Thames-Severn Notes, British Rail Western Region, 1984.  A brown card folder containing 32 folding plates and a 24pp booklet. Includes a letter from R. W. N. Drummond, the Regional Public Affairs Manager.  Different booklets were produced for different areas, this one covers the Thames-Severn area. All the posters and the booklet are in VG condition or better.  The folding plates depict the history and traditions of the Great Western Railway and are generally the size of four A4 sheets, with a few half this size.  8.50

Ovenden, Mark  Metro Maps of the World, Capital Transport, 2004, pp136.  Large landscape format.  Glazed Boards.  VG.  The front top corner of the covers is bumped.  A comprehensive collection of current official maps or diagrams of every metro system in the world.  7.50

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