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The Somerset Dorset in the Fifties - Omnibus Edition (combines Vol 1 and 2)

By Ivo Peters

U K: Guild Publishing, 1987 Volume 1 and 2 complete in this one book. 231 wonderful photographs to vol 1 1950 - 1954 and 260 more to vol. 2 (1955 - 1959) Very clean grey boards with a bright gilt title to the spine. The jacket is also clean and bright with just one small sign of wear to the top edge. This is a very heavy book and may require extra postage. Size: 11in x 9in


The Illustrated Encyclopedia of the World's Steam Passenger Locomotives

By Brian Hollingsworth

U K: Salamander, 1982 208 clean tight pages with full page fold-outs in excellent condition. Very clean light brown boards with bright gilt title to the spine. The jacket is also in very good condion and has been protected by removable clear book covering. A technical directory of major international express train engines from the 1820s to the present day.


Model Railway Journal No 65 1993

U K: Wild Swan Publications, 1993 Magazine in goof sound condition. Pages clean. (Free poster not included as advertised on the cover)


Preserved Locomotives

By H. C. Casserley

Ian Allan, 1980 192 clean fully illustrated pages. Gift inscription. The jacket is bright and clean. Price clipped.


Great Western Steam in Cornwall

By Brian Butt and Tony Fairclough

U K: D. Bradford Barton, 1974 Brown cloth boards. 96 clean pages with photographs to each page. Some edgewear to the jacket.


On the Right Lines - Footplate Memories

By Bert Stewart

U K: Peter Watts, 1987 128 bright, clean pages. Pictorial glossy cover. One diagonal crease to cover - hence the low price.


The Kennebec Central and Monson Railroads

By Peter S. Barney

USA: A.and M. Publishing, 1986 An excellent copy of this large laminated book.64 bright, clean pages packed with photographs and detailed text. One very tiny corner crease to the front bottom corner, otherwise in 'fine' condition.


Railway Milk Cars - Volume 3 - (DL & W Milk Cars Part 1)

By Robert R Bahrs

USA: Robert R. Bahrs, 2002 An excellent copy of this book. 48 very clean, bright pages.


Lackawanna Heritage 1947-1952 - Lackawanna Railroad

By John Krause and Ed Crist

USA: Carstens Publications, 1990 A very good copy of this book. Landscape format. 48 very clean pages packed with photographs and text. Very light edge wear. Old ink price to ffep.


Nickel Plate Road - Passenger Service - the Postwar Years

By Kevin J Holland Foreward By Tony Koester

USA: TLC Publishing Inc, 1997 An excellent copy of this book. 128 very clean, bright pages packed with black and white and colour.photographs and detailed text. -- This profusely illustrated history details the routes, services and equipment of the New Yoek, Chicago and St. Louis Railroad Company's postwar passenger operations. 247 black and white and 50 colour photographs. 11 car diagams. Car and locomotive rosters.


Lehigh and New England (Railroad)

By Ed Crist with John Krause

USA: Carstens Publications, 1992 Landscape format. 80 clean, bright pages. Colour pictorial covers. Light edge wear to the top corner. The book now protected in removable clear book covering. Black and white photographs complimented with in-depth text. Wonderful action photographs. Steam and deisel. Printout from Bradford Locomotive works laid-in.


Shoreliner Vol 19 Issue 4 1988

USA: The New Haven Railroad Historical and Technical Association, 1988 A very good copy of this magazine -type book. Photographs and articles.


Susquehanna - New York Susquehanna and Western RR

By John Krause and Ed Crist

USA: Carstens Publications, 1991 An excellent copy of this book. Protected in a removable cover. 98 very clean, bright pages. Pictorial cover. No creases. - This book is a history from the steam era to diesel, of rolling stock and stations. 204 photographs. map. This book would be classed as 'fine' except for a small crossed out ink price, otherwise as new.


Railroads In The Lehigh River Valley

By L Kulp

National Railway Historical Society, 1962 A very good copy of this spiral bound book. Black plastic spiral in very good condition. 104 clean, bright pages. Packed with black and white photographs and text. A tiny sign of edgewear to the top tip of the front cover at the spiral edge.


The Pictorial Encyclopedia of Railways

By Hamilton Ellis

London: Paul Hamlyn, 1968 DJ has some edge wear and several small tears, otherwise clean and bright, with a vivid colour photograph of a typical "Wild West" American steam engine crossing a bridge over a river. Price-clipped. Now protected inside a transparent cover. 591 pages, including numerous black and white and several full colour photographs and pictures.Here is the most exciting and comprehensive collection of railway pictures ever published. Over 800 pictures and 30,000 words of captions tell the story of railways from the first Babylonian rutways to the 100 mph monorail. Of special importance is the first ever published picture of the world's first public railway. See it in Plate I. The story of the social impact of railways, the opening up of unpopulated deserts, the revolution in military strategy, its furtherance of the industrial revolution, and the inside story of railways themselves, the development of steam, electricity and diesel locomotives, bridges and viaducts, signalling systems, underground and mountain lines, railway architecture - all emerge from these pages in historic and dramatic photographs. No one with the slightest interest in railways could fail to be excited by this book.