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Railway Wagon Plans - 1960s to present 9780711038431A compilation of highly detailed technical wagon drawings, ideal as reference for all railway modellers.Hardback. 192pp. 21cm by 30cm.
A pictorial, nostalgic record of regional steam around Britain in the 1950's, from the Western Region to the Scottish Region.
Author: Brian Morrison. Publisher: Railway Herald.
Paperback. 130pp. 20cm by 29cm.
9781473838086 Railways and Industry in the Western Valley: Aberbeeg to Brynmawr and Ebbw Vale South Wales Valleys
9781473896451 Great Western Small-Wheeled Double Framed 4-4-0 Tender LocomotivesDuke, Bulldog, Dukedog and 3521 classes.Hardback. 256pp. 26cm by 24cm.
Some distinctive designs such as the elegant Billington K Class 'Moguls' were closely associated with Sussex and gave the county a special identity. Author: Michael Welsh. Publisher: Rails..Hardback. 112pp. 22cm by 25cm.
Some distinctive designs such as the elegant Billington K Class 'Moguls' were closely associated with Sussex and gave the county a special identity.Publisher: Rails..Hardback. 112pp. 22cm by 25cm.
9781906419660 Southern Region Flashback
Industrial Railways of Southern England in Colour 9781906419813Giving a flavour of the industrial railway scene found in the South of England little more than 50 years ago.Hardback. 96pp. 27cm by 21cm.
9781906419820 Pioneer Diesels Around London
Southern Way Issue 27 9781909328181The regular volume for the Southern devotee.Produced by Kevin Robertson.Publisher: Noodle Books.Paperback. 120pp. 21cm by 27cm.
Southern Way Issue 30 9781909328334The regular volume for the Southern devotee.Produced by Kevin Robertson.Publisher: Noodle Books.Paperback. 120pp. 21cm by 27cm.
British Railways Electric Multiple Units to 1975 9780860936688Encyclopaedic coverage, in true Hugh Longworth style, of all BR main line EMU's built up to 1975.Hardback. 368pp. 21cm by 30cm.
Publisher: Tourret Publishing.
Hardback. 306pp. 21cm by 30cm.
Fowler's Fury is a long overdue and similarly awaited account of the solitary ultra high-pressure LMS steam locomotive of 1929. Renowned for just one incident in which a member of the footplate staff was fatally burned, there is a considerable amount more to be told relating to the built up, construction, trails and ultimate abandonment of an experiment intended to introduce a new generation of more efficient steam locomotives. The author, Ian Carney, has devoted many years studying the engine with the result that many previously believed notions will be exposed as folk-lore whilst the true facts surrounding the engine are revealed for the first time. A fascinating and superbly written account. Heavily illustrated with colour content throughout.
9781909328235 Scenes Around the Southern
9780711038714 Atlas of the Railways in South West and Central Southern England
9781906419141 Waterloo to Southampton by Steam