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Bachmann OO gauge Standard 4MT 2-6-0 loco No 76084

For those of you that have a layout, now is the chance for you to run your own 76084.  It

Big Four Cameraman by R J Blenkinsop

Omnibus hardback edition published in 1985 featuring pictures by Dick Blenkinsop from all 4 regions from 1948 until the end

British Railways Designation of Stations Book

Issued in July 1957.  Contains: Designation of stations and sidings for charging purposes Codes for the ascertainment of distances Space

First Generation Eastern & North Eastern Region Diesels in colour by David Dunn

Hardback first edition published in 2018.  Excellent colour pictures of all of the early diesels – many of which have

Gresley’s A4s The BR Era – In Colour K R Pirt

Paperback volume published in 2013.  Excellent colour pictures and full history of every A4 from building to scrapping/preservation.  Condition as new.

LNER 150 by Patrick Whitehouse & David St John Thomas

Hardback first edition published in 1989.  A comprehensive history of the LNER and its associated companies from 1843 onwards. Condition

Official Hand-Book of Stations 1956 BTC Publication

A compendium of all of the facilities and accommodation available at all of the British Railways stations as well as

SR 150 by David St John Thomas & Patrick Whitehouse

Hardback first edition published in 1988.  A comprehensive history of the Southern Railway and its associated companies from 1840s onwards.

The Golden Years of British STEAM TRAINS Colin Garratt on the work of the Rev. A W V Mace

Hardback first edition published in 1995.  Excellent selection of B/W pictures from all of the Big Four – the earliest

The Somerset & Dorset Railway 1935-1966 Mike Arlett & David Lockett

Originally published in 2008.  B/W Pictures from the Norman Lockett Archive.  192 pages.  This is a revised hardback reprint issued

WHEELS by Robert Adley

MP and avid photographer, Robert Adley describes the different steam loco wheel arrangements from 0-4-0 to 2-10-0 fully illustrated with

Yesterdays Railways by Peter Herring

Hardback first edition published in 2002.  Covers the period from around 1900 until 1968.  includes subjects such as ‘The Golden