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Quayle H I and Jenkins S C  Branch Lines Into the Eighties, D&C, 1980, pp96.  Glazed Boards. VG.  An illustrated survey of the branch lines that survived the Beeching axe.  2.95

Quayle, Howard  Furness Railway: A View from the Past, IA, 2000, pp96.  View from the Past Series.  Signed by the author.  Glazed Boards.  VG+.  A well-illustrated history.  8.50

Quinn, Tom  Tales of the Old Railwaymen, D&C, 1999, pp192.  "Largish" format Hb.  VG in a VG dust wrapper.  "A fascinating range of characters recount their experiences of working on steam trains, from a shedmaster to a fireman, and from an engine driver to a signalman."  3.95

Quinn, Tom  Tales of the Old Railwaymen, D&C, 2004, pp192.  "Largish" format.  Card Covers.  Very Good.  "A fascinating range of characters recount their experiences of working on steam trains, from a shedmaster to a fireman, and from an engine driver to a signalman."  2.95

Quinn, Tom  Railways' Strangest Journeys: Curious and Colourful Journeys from over 150 years of rail travel, Robson Books, 2004, pp329.  Pb.  VG.  Some vertical creasing to the spine of the covers.  Tales from Britain, Europe, India and America.  2.95

Quinn, Tom  Memories of Steam: Reliving the Golden Age of Britain's Railways, D&C, 2008, pp251.   Large Format.  Glazed boards with a dust wrapper.  Fine in a Fine dust wrapper.  A fascinating book based on lengthy interviews with dozens of railway workers and passengers. Well-illustrated throughout.  4.95

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