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Private Owner Wagons of the Forest of Dean
Ian Pope
With over 370 illustrations plus maps and other illustrative material, this book serves as the most comprehensive study of the private owner wagons...more

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Private Owner Wagons of Gloucestershire
Ian Pope
This volume is a companion to the author's previous book on wagons of the Forest of Dean. It takes a look at all of the known private owner...more

£21.99 

Private Owner Wagons of Bristol & District
Ian Pope
The third volume covering the privately operated wagons of Gloucestershire covers the city and county of Bristol and the areas around Warmley to the...more

£18.00 

ARCHIVE SUBSCRIPTION (UK)
Our long-running Journal first published in 1994.
A subscription to Archive covers four issues, the journal being published quarterly in March, June, September and December. A UK subscription...more

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Beachley and the First World War : The Story of a Shipyard, a Railway and the Transformation of a Rural Parish
Carol & Richard Clammer
In the early months of 1917 German U-Boats were sinking Allied merchant ships at a much faster rate than they could be replaced and Britain faced a...more

£25.00 

Motor Rail Catalogues
Alan M. Keef
The Motor Rail & Tramcar Co. Ltd was registered in 1911 to supply petrol powered tramcars for Karachi in what is now Pakistan. During the First...more

£24.00 

Archive Issue 95

Contents: The Hetty Winding Engine by Brian Davies, p3; Horse Haulage in the South Wales Coalfield. Part 4 by Paul Jackson, p39; Ravenglass...more

£6.75 

Great Northern Railway Branches from Stamford
Peter Paye
The ancient market town of Stamford, on the River Welland in Lincolnshire, was an important staging post for travellers using the Great North Road...more

£25.00 

The Stratford-upon-Avon & Midland Junction Railway Volume One: The years before the S&MJR – 1866-1909: The Constituent Companies
Barry Taylor
The Stratford-upon-Avon & Midland Junction Railway may only have existed as an independent company for a brief period of fourteen years from 1909 to...more

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An Illustrated History of Chester Leadworks
Geoff Pickard
Chester leadworks is one of the city’s oldest industries. It was established in 1800 on the banks of the Shropshire Union Canal, close to the city...more

£25.00 

The Port Road
Andrew F. Swan
The Shortest Sea Route between mainland Britain and Ireland, the twenty mile crossing between Stranraer and Larne, was a jewel in any railway crown...more

£30.00 

Archive Issue 94

Contents: The Safe Use of Explosives in Coal Mines, 1931 by Steve Grudgings, p3; Reuben Chappell – Goole Marine Artist by Mike Fell OBE, p11...more

£6.75 

BR Steam in Dean
Ben Ashworth & Ian Pope
Pannier tanks and stunning scenery make an unmissable combination in Ben Ashworth's photographs of the last days of steam in the Forest of Dean.more

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The Swansea Vale Railway
John Miles, Keri Thomas & Tudor Watkins
Although nothing of significance remains of it today, the Swansea Vale Railway was a major factor in the life of the Swansea Valley, Cwmtwrch and...more

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The Tredegar Company: One of the South Wales Coalfield's 'Big Three'
Leslie M. Shore
The Tredegar Company earned its wealth from iron and coal. In the nineteenth century the ‘Great’ South Wales Tredegar iron works operated at the...more

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29 STRATFORD & MIDLAND JUNCTION RLY:
R. A. Cooke
Broom to Ravenstone Wood Jcn and branchesmore

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36 ROSS, MONMOUTH & CHEPSTOW:
R. A. Cooke
Severn Tunnel Jcn (exc) to Grange Court, Little Mill Jcn to Ross, Monmouth to Chepstow & Rotherwas Jcn (exc) to Grange Courtmore

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60 ABERYSTWYTH TO WELSHPOOL:
R. A. Cooke
and Corris, Dinas Mawddy, Van, Kerry and W. & Llanfair branchesmore

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Archive Issue 93

Contents: Waterways of the Shropshire Union Railways & Canal Co. Part 2 by Euan Corrie, p3; A Butterley Miscellany Part 3 by Ian Pope p15...more

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Vanished Railways of West Lothian
Harry Knox
West Lothian (Linlithgowshire), despite being one of Scotland’s smaller counties and compact in area, lies on lands that have been occupied from way...more

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The Taunton to Barnstaple Line : A History of the Devon & Somerset Railway Volume 1 : From Conception to Demise
Freddie Huxtable
The Devon & Somerset Railway (D&SR) was born out of an 1845 plan to build a North Devon Railway from Taunton to Launceston via Barnstaple. Even though...more

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Branch Lines to Maldon
Peter Paye
The ancient town of Maldon on the River Blackwater in Essex was served by two branch lines which enjoyed vastly differing fortunes. The initial...more

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Archive Issue 92

Contents: Waterways of the Shropshire Union Railways & Canal Co. by Euan Corrie, p3; Captain Edward Peter Atkinson of Goole by Mike Fell OBE...more

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British Railways The First 25 Years Volume 5: The South West North Devon, Plymouth and Cornwall
J. Allan and A. Murray
The fifth volume in a series of books examining the first twenty-five years of British Railways, which will eventually cover the whole of Great...more

£22.50 

British Steam Trawlers
Donald Smith
Although many books have been written about the trawling industry, most have been personal reminiscences or fleet and port histories. This one is...more

£30.00 

Monorails of the Early 20th Century
Adrian S. Garner
This volume follows on from Monorails of the 19th Century and continues the history of monorails from 1900 to just after the Second World War. A...more

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The Lines Behind The Front : The railways in support of the British Expeditionary Forces in the Great War
William Aves
The First World War was essentially a ‘Railway War’. Indeed, in no major conflict before or since have railways played such a significant role, not...more

£22.50 

Wigan Pier : The facts and fictions of an enduring Music Hall joke
John Hannavy
Despite the fact that it never actually existed, Wigan Pier is renowned throughout the world. It was the fantasy creation of music-hall star George...more

£9.99 

Private Owner Wagons : A Fourteenth Collection
Keith Turton
This is the final volume of the author’s seventeen year excursion into the field of the Private Owner Wagon. It features extended coverage of two of...more

£22.50 

Archive Issue 91

Contents: A Butterley Miscellany: Part One by Steve Grudgings, p3; The Bennett Steamship Company of Goole by Mike Fell OBE, p23; Cannock...more

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The Paisley & Barrhead District Railway
Jack Kernahan
This is the story of a railway built to the highest engineering standards, comprising two lines, one of double track and the other single, with...more

£15.00 

Archive Issue 90

Contents: Trentham Gardens Miniature Railway by Allan C. Baker and Mike G. Fell, p3; The Secret Life of the Riley Nine by Kenneth Gasmier, p11...more

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Motor Rail Ltd
Alan M. Keef
The Motor Rail & Tram Car Co. Ltd was registered on 20th March 1911, an offshoot of the East India Tramways Co. Ltd which had been formed in 1884 to...more

£22.50 

Private Owner Wagons of the South-East
John Arkell
This volume continues the area studies started by Ian Pope and Richard Kelham. The book covers operators at home on the lines of the South Eastern...more

£22.50 

British Railways The First 25 Years Volume 4: The South West Somerset & Devon
J. Allan and A. Murray
The fourth volume in a series of books covering the first twenty-five years of British Railways, which will eventually cover the whole of Great...more

£25.00 

The Broad Gauge Railway at Watchet
Chris Saunders
For a brief period in the second half of the 19th century, the tiny West Somerset port and town of Watchet became one of the most important places...more

£9.00 

Archive Issue 89

Contents: Northern United Colliery: In Memoriam by Ian Pope, p3; Cutty Sark by Patricia O’Driscoll, p17; Radcliffe Power Station, the...more

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Railway Archive Issue 50

Contents: The Railways at Trentham Part 2: The Trentham Park Branch, the Trentham Gardens Miniature Railway and the LM&SR and BR Eras at...more

£9.75 

William Pickersgill and the Caledonian Railway '956' Class
Donald Peddie
Designed at St Rollox to work, without assistance, the heaviest passenger trains on the company’s principal routes from Glasgow to Carlisle and...more

£25.00 

Archive Issue 88

Contents: Lofthouse Colliery : 1944 to 1948 improvements in coal handing by Steve Grudgings, p3; Lambton Winter : December 1968 by John...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 49

Contents: The Railways at Trentham Part 1: Trentham Station, the Dukes of Sutherland and the Florence Colliery Railway by ALLAN C. BAKER & MIKE...more

£9.75 

Caledonian Railway Carriages
Mike Williams
This long-awaited book describes the carriages owned and operated by the Caledonian Railway from its opening until the 1923 Grouping, with 250...more

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Gone to War : The North Stafford's Fallen Railwaymen
David J. Woolliscroft and Mike G. Fell
Their memories are dear and sacred to us and in their homes there may still be mourning but let us remember, and always remember, that those...more

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The Stations & Structures of the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway : Vol 2. Norwich to Peterborough and Little Bytham
Nigel J. L. Digby
The Midland & Great Northern Joint Railways Committee was the largest railway of its kind in Great Britain. These two volumes explore the complexities...more

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From the Mendips to the Sea
Duncan Harper
Benjamin Moon and his eldest son Joseph undertake an imaginary journey through the industrial landscape of the North Somerset countryside. Father...more

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Aspects of Southern Steam
Mike Arlett & David Lockett
Having covered the Somerset & Dorset line and extensive parts of the GWR and, later, BR Western Region system in previous volumes, it is now the...more

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Forest of Dean Lines and the Severn Bridge
Neil Parkhouse
The Severn & Wye and Forest of Dean tramroads are amongst the earliest lines established in Great Britain. Horse operated, they were later converted...more

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The Ruabon to Barmouth Line
Martin F. Williams
Running through the sylvan beauty of the Dee Valley in Wales, the journey by train from Ruabon to Barmouth was arguably one of the finest in Great...more

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The Trent & Mersey Canal : Trade and Transport 1770-1970
Tom Foxon
A commercial history of the Trent & Mersey Canal has long been considered necessary but its writing has been obstructed by the fact that the canal...more

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Archive Issue 87

Contents: Traction Engine Locomotives by Andrew Neale, p3; Milk from Chartley to Finsbury Park by Mike G. Fell OBE, p23; Inbye, p31; Shop Pit...more

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Railway Archive Issue 48

Contents: Large Town and City Stations of the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway by Jeffrey Wells, page 3; ‘Down Postal’, page 20; Pouteau at...more

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The Montrose & Bervie Railway
Mike Mitchell
The Montrose & Bervie Railway is the story of the picturesque railway branch from Montrose to Inverbervie, which opened in 1865 and closed...more

£25.00 

Archive Issue 86

Contents: Birchenwood Colliery & Cokeworks by David Kitching, p3; In the Showroom : Alldays & Onions by Malcolm Bobbitt, p25; Stourbridge...more

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Railway Archive Issue 47

Contents: The Steyning Line by Stanley C. Jenkins MA, page 3; Aspects of the Hull & Barnsley Railway Part 2: Over The Hills To Barnsley by Nick...more

£8.25 

British Railways The First 25 Years Volume 3: The North West
J. Allan and A. Murray
This is the third in a series of books covering the first twenty-five years of British Railways, which will eventually cover the whole of Great...more

£25.00 

Archive Issue 85

Contents: Old Leeds Locomotives by Paul Gittins, p3; Scherzer Rolling Lift Bridges in the British Isles by Robert Humm, p 27; In the Showroom...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 46

Contents: Aspects of the Hull & Barnsley Railway Part 1: Colonel Smith and the Birth of ‘Hull’s Own Railway’ by Nick Deacon, page 3; Fly...more

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Signalling the Caledonian Railway
Jim Summers
The face of the Caledonian Railway was unmistakable, whether in the remote Highlands or the bustling industrial areas of central Scotland. Hitherto...more

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Edinburgh St. Margaret's :The story of the 'Other' Edinburgh Depot of the North British Railway 1845-1967
Harry Knox
The first engine shed, a roundhouse, and the workshops comprising St. Margaret's, were built atop a historic well by the NBR in 1845. Mainly...more

£30.00 

Private Owner Wagons : A Thirteenth Collection
Keith Turton
The penultimate journey along the untrodden path of the Private Owner Wagon investigates wagons owned by a famous maker of ginger beer, an...more

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The Stafford & Uttoxeter Railway
Allan C. Baker & Mike G. Fell
The 121/2 mile Stafford & Uttoxeter Railway opened in 1867 and had running powers from Bromshall Junction into the North Staffordshire Railway station...more

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A North Wales Railway Travelogue
Donald Peddie
Donald Peddie's late father Ian had a passion for railways, mainly Scottish but also for the narrow gauge lines of North Wales. He was able to...more

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Archive Issue 84

Contents: Mr Brain's Tramway by Ian Pope, p3; Cam Mills by Neil Parkhouse, p33; In the Showroom: Alvis from Malcolm Bobbitt, p41; William...more

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Railway Archive Issue 45

Contents: The Hull & Hornsea Railway 1861-1866 by Jeffrey Wells, p. 3; Another Look at the Wantage Tramway Company’s Local Delivery Fleet by...more

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Archive Issue 83

Contents: Trafford Park: Britain’s First Industrial Estate & its Road & Rail Transport by Ted Grey, p. 3; The Institute: Archive’s book...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 44

Contents: New Light on the L&NWR Steam Railmotors and the LM&SR Sentinel Railcar Trials by Bill Aves, page 3; More West Gloucester and Wye...more

£8.25 

The Longmoor Military Railway Volume Three : The Inevitable Closure, Locomotives & Rolling Stock
David Ronald & Mike Christensen
For sixty years the British Army operated a railway dedicated to training soldiers to operate a complete strategic rail supply system. Volume One...more

£30.00 

Branch Lines of Strathearn
John Young
Sir Walter Scott once described Perthshire as ‘the most varied and the most beautiful’ county in Scotland. Within Perthshire, Strathearn fully...more

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Archive Issue 82

Contents: The Steam Coaster Florence Cooke by Neil Hawke, p. 3; Haile Moor and Beckermet Iron Mines by Steve Grudgings, p. 11; Air...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 43

Contents: 4 Pause 4 Pause 4 : The Journey of the LM&SR Royal Train, Euston-Birmingham & Birmingham-Euston 13th & 14th July 1938 by Giles Brown...more

£8.25 

Private Owner Wagons of Somerset
Richard Kelham
This volume is intended to complement the series of books by Ian Pope on the wagons of Bristol, Gloucester and the Forest of Dean. The book studies...more

£25.00 

Coal from Camerton
Neil Macmillen with Mike Chapman
This is the story of one village, in the context of the whole coalfield, which reflected life in this part of Somerset for over two hundred years. The...more

£15.00 

A Complete Guide to the Engine Houses of West Cornwall
Damian Nance & Kenneth Brown
Nowhere in the world has metal mining been of greater importance than it has in Cornwall, and it is in recognition of this extraordinary heritage...more

£18.00 

North Staffordshire Collieries on the Hill North of Chell
Allan Baker
Being a short history of the mines and railways at Chell, Turnhurst, Oxford, Wedgwood and Newchapel, situated at the northernmost extremity of...more

£7.50 

The North Staffordshire Railway in LMS Days: Volume 3
Basil Jeuda
The third and final volume looking at what happened to the North Staffordshire Railway after it became a part of the LM&SR in the Railway Grouping...more

£25.00 

The Stations & Structures of the Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway : Vol 1. Lowestoft to Melton Constable
Nigel J. L. Digby
The Midland & Great Northern Railways Joint Committee was the largest railway of its kind in Great Britain. These two volumes explore the complexities...more

£30.00 

The History of Thomas Green & Son Ltd
John Pease
Thomas Green & Son, of Leeds & London, produced a prolific range of products but today are known principally for their road rollers, lawnmowers...more

£18.00 

Archive Issue 81

Contents: The Last Years of Industrial Steam Locomotive Building: Pt 2 by Andrew Neale, p3; In the Showroom : Austin Sheerline & Princess by...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 42

Contents: High Endeavors : The Story of the Liskeard & Caradon Railway by Nick Deacon, p3; All Change At Berwick-upon-Tweed by Jeffrey Wells...more

£8.25 

Private Owner Wagons : A Twelfth Collection
Keith Turton
In this twelfth excursion into the neglected world of the Private Owner Wagon, the author examines the fleets of a prestigious educational...more

£21.00 

The Port Talbot Railway & Docks Company and the South Wales Mineral Railway Volume 2 : 1894-1971
Robin G. Simmonds
In this book Robin Simmonds continues his history of the PTR and SWMR with an account of the period from 1908 to 1922 when they were worked by the...more

£30.00 

British Railways The First 25 Years Volume 2: The West Midlands
J. Allan and A. Murray
The second in a series of books, depicting the first twenty-five years of British Railways, which will eventually cover the whole of Great Britain...more

£25.00 

Railway Archive Issue 41

Contents: The Barnstaple to Ilfracombe Line in 1931 - The Brian Perkes Archive by Neil Parkhouse, p3; Military Hospitals on Salisbury Plain...more

£8.25 

Archive Issue 80

Contents: The Last Years of Industrial Steam Locomotive Building by Andrew Neale, p3; In the Showroom : Gibbons Cyclecar by Malcolm Bobbitt...more

£6.75 

The Longmoor Military Railway Volume Two : World War Two and the Cold War Era
David Ronald & Mike Christensen
For sixty years the British Army operated a railway dedicated to training soldiers to operate a complete strategic rail supply system. The building of...more

£25.00 

Robinson's Locomotive Liveries on the Great Central Railway
John Quick
J. G. Robinson was appointed locomotive superintendent of the Great Central Railway in July 1900, the year after the opening of the extension to...more

£19.50 

West Gloucester & Wye Valley Lines
Neil Parkhouse
This is the first volume in a new series: British Railway History in Colour. It covers GLOUCESTER CENTRAL (west end) to CHEPSTOW + LLANTHONY...more

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Archive Issue 79

Contents: The Westminster Munitions Unit, p3; Sengenydd – October 1913, p26; In the Showroom : Lea-Francis; a rare super sports, p29...more

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Railway Archive Issue 40

Contents: The Railway Through Colwich by Allan C. Baker & Mike G. Fell, p3; Lord Monkswell’s Notebooks Pt 6: Book 2, 1899-1900 by Edward...more

£8.25 

Archive Issue 78

Contents: Lydney Power Station, p3; Cheaper than a Horse, Simplex Shunters, p31; The Malleable: The story of Lincoln Castings, p41...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 39

Contents: Signalling at Midford (S&D) by Mike Arlett, p3; Aspects of the Leeds & Thirsk Railway 1845-1852 by Jeffrey Wells, p31; The H.L...more

£8.25 

Overlooking the Wye : A guide to the heritage of the Wye Valley
Ruth Waycott
Inspirational Valley : Visitors have delighted in the landscape of the Wye Valley for centuries. British tourism was born here in the late 1700s, when...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 77

Contents: The Goodyear Tyre & Rubber Co. of Great Britain: Wolverhampton, p3; In the Showroom : Minimal Motoring with the Gordon from Malcolm...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 38

Contents: British Atlantic Locomotives by Peter Treloar, p3; ‘The Blocks’ at Barleith Life in a Scottish Railway Community by Nick Deacon, p19...more

£8.25 

The Scottish Shale Oil Industry & Mineral Railways
Harry Knox
The Scottish Shale Oil Industry was to prove a world first, where mineral oils were produced for the first time, from the oilbearing shale lying below...more

£25.00 

Caledonian Railway Wagons and Non-Passenger Coaching Stock
Mike Williams
This is the first detailed history of the Caledonian Railway’s wagons, from the opening of its first line in 1847 until the Company became a part of...more

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Bugle & Sabre: Number 6
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: The Battle of Bunker Hill, by Ingram Murray, p3; The Taplow Lancers, by Ian Beckett, p9; Gate Pah & Tauranga, by Stanley C. Jenkins, p13...more

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British Railways The First 25 Years Volume 1: The East Midlands
J. Allan and A. Murray
The opening volume in a series of books illustrating the first 25 years of British Railways, which will eventually cover the whole of Great Britain...more

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The Port Talbot Railway & Docks Company and the South Wales Mineral Railway Volume 1 : 1853-1906
Robin G. Simmonds
The origins of the Port Talbot Railway & Docks Company can be found in the formation of the Port Talbot Company in 1836 and the construction and...more

£25.00 

The Longmoor Military Railway Volume One : 1903-1939
David Ronald & Mike Christensen
For sixty years the British Army operated a railway dedicated to training soldiers to operate a complete strategic rail supply system. This is the...more

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The Anderton Boat Lift
David Carden
New Third Edition The first boat lift at Anderton was designed by Edwin Clark and opened to traffic in 1875. Operated hydraulically, it...more

£22.50 

The Foxton Inclined Plane
David Carden
The Foxton Inclined Plane was one of the last great engineering constructions of the Victorian era. Completed in 1900, it represented something...more

£22.50 

Archive Issue 76

Contents: Seamen's Food by Pat O'Driscoll, p.3; Centurion Works and Scottish Brick Corporation by Mark Chalmers, p. 11; Southampton Corporation...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 37

Contents: A History of Swindon Works 'B' Shed by the Revd Canon Brian Arman, p.3; The Railway Through Uttoxeter by Allan C. Baker & Mike G...more

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A World Gone By : Recollections of Ernest Bartlett Taylor
Rosemary Warner & Dr Jane Cavell
The fascinating life story of the man behind one of Witney’s leading building firms. As well as telling of his schooling and upbringing his takeover...more

£13.50 

Private Owner Wagons : An Eleventh Collection
Keith Turton
In his eleventh exploration of Britain’s industrial history, the author has focused on two giants whose names may not be well known. Both were...more

£21.00 

Archive Issue 75

Contents: Newton, Chambers: Thomas Smith & the Steam Powered Coke Drawer by Paul Jackson, p. 3; Southport Revisited, Llewelyn's Miniature...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 36

Contents: The Gloucester to Ledbury Branch by Stanley K. Jenkins & Neil Parkhouse, p. 3; Lord Monkswell’s Notebooks Part 2: by Edward Talbot...more

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Peerless Powell Duffryn of the South Wales Coalfield
Leslie M. Shore
Powell Duffryn's growth as Britain’s foremost coal company is a remarkable aspect of the nation’s mining heritage. After 1935, Powell Duffryn...more

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Irish Sea Schooner Twilight
Richard J. Scott
The late Richard ‘Dick’ Scott’s fascination with sailing ships, particularly those which still survived trading coastwise around the Bristol Channel...more

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Jarrit Smith's 1751 Newcomen Engine
Steve Grudgings
This account sets out, for what is believed to be the first time, the sequence, materials, methods and operational context for the construction and...more

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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Measured & Drawn
Stephen D. Phillips
NOTE: This volume is not published by BDL but privately by the author.
The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway opened on Wednesday 11th May...more


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Archive Issue 74

Contents: Pentewan Sand & Block Works by Robert Evan, p. 3; Ackworth Quarries, p. 13; Skimpings 1: A Visit to Boston, p. 18; Llewelyns...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 35

Contents: Helmshore and Haslingden – A Lancashire Railway Tale by Jeffrey Wells, p. 3; Great Western Railway Steam Breakdown Cranes by Peter...more

£8.25 

The North Staffordshire Railway in LMS Days: Volume 2
Basil Jeuda
The second of three volumes looking at what happened to the North Staffordshire Railway after it became a part of the LM&SR in the Railway Grouping of...more

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Archive Issue 73

Contents: Southampton Corporation Tramways: Part Two by John E. Harbidge-Rose, p. 3; Skimpings: A Lost Vista – Lincoln, p.29; Lambton Men : Tom...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 34

Contents: Scottish Traders’ Wagons by E. McKenna, p.3; The H. L. Hopwood Collection 1902-1926: Part 13: The Midland Railway and Matthew...more

£8.25 

Bugle & Sabre: Number 5
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: The Memoirs of Sergeant Garretty (Peninsula War); The Lindley Affair (Boer War); Boy Soldiers; Six of the Best (Escapers of World War Two...more

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The Crystal Palace High Level Railway
John Gale
Reprinted 2015 The three mile long Crystal Palace High Level Railway, running from Nunhead Junction to Edward Barry’s magnificent £100,000...more

£15.00 

Archive Issue 72

Contents: Rhyl Miniature Railway by K. Dark, p.3; Ackworth Quarries notes by Ian Pope, p9; Lambton Men : Tom Hardy by Colin Mountford, p.13...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 33

Contents: Two Days In May: The Conversion of the Broad Gauge in Devon and Cornwall in May 1892. A New Account by Roger Langley, p.3; The...more

£8.25 

Haymarket Motive Power Depot, Edinburgh : A History of the Depot, its Work and Locomotives, 1842-2010
Harry Knox
Built in 1842 as an engine shed for the Edinburgh & Glasgow Railway, Haymarket has served the railways that radiate from Edinburgh ever since...more

£24.99 

Western Region Steam : 1950-1965
Mike Arlett & David Lockett
Taking full advantage of technological advances made with cameras and film during the Second World War, most railway photographers began converting...more

£22.50 

Monorails of the 19th Century
Adrian S. Garner
This volume records the development of the monorail railway from its inception in the 1820s, when conventional two rail railways were still in their...more

£24.99 

London, Brighton & South Coast Railway : The Bennett Collection
Klaus Marx
This volume, taking a look at the London, Brighton & South Coast Railway in the early years of the twentieth century, has been compiled mainly from...more

£19.95 

Children & War: A Bugle & Sabre Special
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
This special edition of Bugle & Sabre looks at the impact of war on children from several different angles. Contents: Boy Soldiers in the Great War...more

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Wemyss Bay Station
Jim MacIntosh
First published as an article in Railway Archive this booklet looks at the Caledonian Railway’s station and pier at Wemyss Bay has...more

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The Caledonian Railway Jumbos. The 18in. x 26in. 0-6-0s
H. J. C. Cornwell
This is a detailed study of the Caledonian Railway’s ‘Jumbo’ 0-6-0s, officially the ‘18in x 26in x 5ft 0in Goods Engine’, which were not only the...more

£22.50 

Private Owner Wagons : A Tenth Collection
Keith Turton
The study of the Private Owner wagon and its place in the history of rail transportation in this country was almost completely ignored for many years...more

£21.00 

Archive Issue 71

Contents: Southampton Corporation Tramways: Part One by John E. Harbidge-Rose, p. 3; Hen House Navigation by Patricia O'Driscoll, p. 25...more

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Railway Archive Issue 32

Contents: The History of the London, Chatham & Dover Railway, Part One by G. A. Sekon, p. 3; The Broad Gauge 'Standard Goods' 0-6-0s of the...more

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The Minehead Branch: 1848-1971 (Revised Second Edition)
Ian Coleby
Although well-known and loved today as one of the UK's premier heritage railways, the story of the Minehead Branch begins in the mid 19th...more

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The Brendon Hills Iron Mines and the West Somerset Railway
M. H. Jones
The industrial history of Great Britain records numerous enterprises which failed to fulfil expectations and have since vanished almost without trace...more

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Balmoral and the Bristol Channel
Mike Tedstone
P. & A. Campbell Ltd of Bristol, registered as a Limited Company in 1893, was destined to not quite make its century as the operator of the celebrated...more

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Archive Issue 70

Contents: In Time of War and its Aftermath by Malcolm Bobbitt, p. 3; River Wear, Sunderland, notes by John Lingwood, p. 25; Skimpings: Steam...more

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Railway Archive Issue 31

Contents: A Railway in Transition: The Great Western Railway at Oxford in 1902 by The Revd Canon Brian Arman, p. 3; Britain's Railway...more

£8.25 

The Shropshire & Montgomeryshire Light Railway Under Military Control 1940-1960
Mike Christensen
The 18 miles of railway from Shrewsbury to Llanymynech had a remarkably complex history. Opened as the Potteries, Shrewsbury & North Wales Railway...more

£22.50 

Archive Issue 69

Contents: The Pelaw Main Railway: Part Two by Colin Mountford, p. 3; Croydon Airport photographs Steve Grudgings, notes by Ian Pope, p. 14...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 30

Contents: Britain's Railway Canals : 100 Years of Railway Control and Ownership of Britain's Waterways Part 1: The Story to 1914 by...more

£8.25 

The Cathcart Circle
Jack Kernahan
The Cathcart Railway was opened in 1886, before most of the homes it now serves were built. With a length of eight miles from Glasgow Central to...more

£22.50 

Vickers' Master Shipbuilder : Sir Leonard Redshaw
Leslie M. Shore
Sir Leonard Redshaw (1911-1989) was one of the most innovative British shipbuilders of the twentieth century. A pioneer in Britain of welded submarine...more

£24.99 

A History of Cottrell's Coaches of Mitcheldean
Paul Mason
From the first vehicle that Christopher Cottrell used in the 1880s until the closure of the company in 2007, the Cottrell family provided a...more

£12.75 

Archive Issue 68

Contents: The Pelaw Main Railway: Part One by Colin Mountford and George Nairn, p. 3; Caledon, Fairfields and MV Glenfalloch by Mark...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 29

Contents: The Pentewan Railway 1829-1918 by Robert E. Evan, p. 3; A French Farce in West Northamptonshire; New light on an early East & West...more

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Rhymney Railway Drawings
Nigel Nicholson, Trefor Jones & Mike Morton Lloyd
The Rhymney Railway opened in the winter of 1857-58 and this idiosyncratic company was largely reliant upon outside framed saddle tanks during the...more

£18.00 

Great Western Steam 1934-1949
Mike Arlett & David Lockett
For this second volume of Norman Lockett’s photographs, we move to his favourite railway, the Great Western and, in particular, the main line...more

£22.50 

The North Staffordshire Railway in LMS Days: Volume 1
Basil Jeuda
The first of three volumes looking at what happened to the North Staffordshire Railway after it was taken over by the LM&SR in 1923, up until 1947...more

£22.50 

Armstrong Whitworth: A World Diesel Pioneer
Brian Webb
Within this volume the late Brian Webb covers Armstrong Whitworth's involvement in the development of diesel traction on the banks of the River Tyne...more

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Private Owner Wagons : A Ninth Collection
Keith Turton
The ninth volume of this remarkable series of books, now regarded as one of the definitive sets on the subject of Private Owner Wagons contains the...more

£19.95 

Bugle & Sabre: Number 4
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: Women & Children First: The Loss of HMS Birkenhead; Yeomanry Summer Camps; Photo Feature: Some Military Badges; Captain Gerald Goddard...more

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Archive Issue 67

Contents: Humber Waterways on Picture Postcards: Part Two by Mike Taylor, p. 3; Follow-up: Surrey Docks, Grand Surrey Canal, p. 25; Wiltshire...more

£6.75 

Railway Archive Issue 28

Contents: The Barry Railway’s Paddle Steamers by Stephen Phillips, p. 3; The Frank Carrier Photograph Collection 3: An L&NER Selection by David...more

£8.25 

52 NEATH & BRECON RLY:
R. A. Cooke
Neath to Brecon and Ynisygeinon Jcn to Colbren Jcn.more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 66

Contents: Hall's Tramroad: Part Five by Foster Frowen, p. 3; Skimpings: Buses and Industrial Locomotives, p. 34; Humber Waterways on Picture...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 27

Contents: The Broad Gauge at Gloucester 1844-1872 by Neil Parkhouse, p. 3; The Hopwood Collection: The Rhymney Railway in 1905 by The Rev’d...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 65

Contents: Ellesmere Port by Euan Corrie, p. 3; A Wiltshire Agricultural Business by Alan Ward, p. 25; Non-recovery Coke Making in the UK: The...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 26

Contents: The Wantage Tramway by Stanley C. Jenkins M.A, p. 3; The Hopwood Collection: In Search of  Stroudley’s London, Brighton & South Coast...more

£7.50 

Caley 828
Jim MacIntosh
NOTE: This volume is not published by BDL but by the Caledonian Railway Association & The Scottish Locomotive Preservation Trust Fund.more

£10.00 

Archive Issue 64

Contents: The Slate Steamers by Roy Fenton, p. 3; Follow-up: Dinorwic Revisited from Ted Bottle, p. 15; Foden and ERF by Malcolm Bobbitt, p...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 25

Contents: The Hartlepool Dock & Railway Company by George Smith, p. 3; The Hopwood Collection: The London & North Western Railway in 1902 by...more

£7.50 

The East Somerset & Cheddar Valley Railways
Richard Harman
Official railway publications tended to use the term ‘Wells Branch’ to refer to the GWR route between Yatton and Witham. In fact, the line...more

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The Wirral Railway and its Predecessors
T. B. Maund
The Wirral peninsula, which forms the top north west corner of Cheshire and sits between the rivers Dee and Mersey, is almost an island and, in many...more

£24.99 

Winston Churchill: Oxfordshire Hussar
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: A Churchill Chronology, Birth and Early Years, Active Soldier, Politician and Statesman, High Society, Operation 'Hope Not' – Winston's...more

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Archive Issue 63

Contents: The Bicslade Tramroad by Ian Pope, p. 3; Oil Under Canvas by Denis Stonham, p. 15; Burnhope Colliery & Village: Part Four by Colin E...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 24

Contents: Richborough Military Port by Jeff Wells, p. 3; Creating An Edwardian Railway Masterpiece: The Caledonian Railway’s Wemyss Bay Station...more

£7.50 

Private Owner Wagons : An Eighth Collection
Keith Turton
This eighth volume of the series continues to expand the knowledge of British Private Owner wagons, their owners and their operation. Indeed, within...more

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The Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway and its Locomotives
Bob Essery
The Midland & Great Northern Joint Railway came into being in 1893, when the Eastern & Midlands Railway, having over extended itself financially...more

£24.99 

Great North of Scotland Railway Carriages
Keith Fenwick
The Great North of Scotland Railway was a compact system which served the north east corner of Scotland from its headquarters in Aberdeen. Its...more

£19.95 

Frog Lane Colliery: Sixty Years On
South Gloucestershire Mining Research Group
It is sixty years since Frog Lane Colliery at Coalpit Heath in South Gloucestershire closed but memories of the colliery are still strong. This book...more

£12.00 

The Story of Parkend: A Forest of Dean Village
Ralph Anstis
This was one of the first books put together by Lightmoor Press and it has now been republished in an extended format with extra photographs to add to...more

£9.99 

A History of The Fullers Earth Mining Industry Around Bath
Neil Macmillen with Mike Chapman
There is evidence of fuller's earth mining in the Bath area from Roman times and the industry only finally ceased in 1980. Indeed, this detailed...more

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Bugle & Sabre: Number 3
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: Remnantz 1718-2007; Family Home and Military College, Major the Hon Arthur George Child Villiers (1883-1969), Arthur Collier, Photo Feature...more

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Gloucester Docks: An Historical Guide
Hugh Conway-Jones
This is a timely new guide book from the acknowledged authority on Gloucester Docks, with the further redevelopment of the quays to the south of...more

£5.00 

Archive Issue 62

Contents: The La Belle Marie: A Forest of Dean Market Boat by John Putley, p. 3; Burnhope Colliery & Village: Part Three by Colin E. Mountford...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 23

Contents: Swindon GWR Gas works by Justin Edwards, p. 3; The Frank Carrier Photograph Collection by David Postle/KRM, p. 25; The Hopwood...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 61

Contents: Adderley Street Gas Works by John Horne, p. 3; Burnhope Colliery & Village: Part Two by Colin E. Mountford, p. 11; More Kentish Paper...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 22

Contents: Par Harbour 1874, p. 2, New Light on the Cornwall Minerals Railway by Neil Parkhouse, p. 5; The Southern Railway of the 1930s from...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 60

Contents: Burnhope Colliery & Village: Part One by Colin E. Mountford, p. 3; Hall's Tramroad: Abercarn, Part Four by Foster Frowen, p. 17; A...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 21

Contents: Bath c1865, p. 2; A 19th Century Mystery Painting by Dan Garrett & Don Halliday, p. 5; Drybrook Halt: The First Colour British...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 59

Contents: A Third Motoring Medley from Malcolm Bobbitt, p. 3; Hall’s Tramroad: Abercarn, Part Three by Foster Frowen, p. 25; Andrew Barclay...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 20

Contents: The Locomotives of William Dean: Part One by Peter Treloar, p. 3; Admiralty Coal Traffic in WW1: The 'Jellicoe' Trains Part Two by...more

£7.50 

A Tale of Many Railways: An Autobiography & History of Alan Keef Ltd
Alan M. Keef
The firm of Alan Keef Ltd, Locomotive Builders & Light Railway Engineers, based at The Lea near Ross-on-Wye in rural Herefordshire, is well known to...more

£30.00 

Private Owner Wagons : A Seventh Collection
Keith Turton
This seventh volume of the series continues to add to the knowledge of Private Owner Wagon operations and of their owners and operators. In this...more

£19.95 

Bugle & Sabre: Number 2
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: John Wilkes, Sir Charles Rowan and the Metropolitan Police, A Tale of Two Guns, The Buckinghamshire Rifle Volunteers 1859-1908, Photo...more

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19A BRISTOL AREA:
R. A. Cooke
All lines within area, Long Ashton, Brislington, St Annes Park, Lawrence Hill and St Phillips to Mangotsfield (exc)more

£8.00 

Archive Issue 58

Contents: National Filling Factory No. 5 by Brian Edwards, p. 3; A Swift Motoring Medley from Malcolm Bobbitt, p. 29; Follow Up: Royal Ordnance...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 19

Contents: Admiralty Coal Traffic During the First World War: The Jellicoe Trains: Part 1 by Keith Turton, p. 3; The Southern Railway of the...more

£7.50 

Red Panniers: Last Steam on the Underground
John Scott-Morgan & Kirk Martin
This is the story of the thirteen ex-Great Western Railway ‘57XX’ pannier tanks that passed into the ownership of London Transport. Based at both...more

£27.00 

The Somerset & Dorset Railway 1935-1966
Mike Arlett & David Lockett
Norman Lockett began taking black & white photographs in the 1930s, using glass plate negatives, a medium he preferred until the end of steam. A...more

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Archive Issue 57

Contents: Non-Recovery Coke Making in the UK: Part One: Coking-in-Heaps by Paul Jackson, p. 3; The Dam at Keadby by Mike Taylor, p. 15; A...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 18

Contents: The Jersey Eastern Railway by Stanley C. Jenkins M.A., p. 3; The H.L. Hopwood Collection 1901-1926: Part 1: A Great Northern...more

£7.50 

Caledonian Railway Livery
Jim MacIntosh
This detailed and lavishly illustrated study of the livery of the Caledonian Railway is the culmination of many years of careful research, using...more

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Archive Issue 56

Contents: Olive May a lady in reduced circumstances by Patricia O’Driscoll, p. 3; An Officer and a Busman, p. 21; Follow Up: Mitcheldean Cement...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 17

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; The Strabathie Light Railway by A. Gordon Pirie, p. 5; ‘Our Carriages’: The story of the M&GNJt...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 55

Contents: A Passion for Sail by Denis Stonham, p. 3; Lambton Men 3: Maurice Pitt, Tony Lynn and friends by Colin E. Mountford, p. 13; Hall's...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 16

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; Timothy Hackworth’s Essential Place in Early Locomotive Development by Norman Hill, p. 5; The...more

£7.50 

Private Owner Wagons : A Sixth Collection
Keith Turton
This sixth volume follows the familiar and much acclaimed format of this series and takes a look at another wide range of wagons and their...more

£21.00 

South Eastern & Chatham Railway Carriages
Phil Coutanche
The South Eastern & Chatham Railway Companies Joint Management Committee was formed in 1899 to manage the South Eastern and the London, Chatham...more

£19.95 

Bugle & Sabre: Number One
Edited by Stanley Jenkins MA
Contents: Witney and the 5th Oxfordshire Rifle Volunteers, The Moulders of Witney; Soldiers and Publicans, Lieut-Colonel Fred Clare OBLI, The OBLI...more

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43A CARDIFF MAIN LINE & PENARTH DOCK:
R. A. Cooke
Ely to Rumney River Bridge, Ely to Penarth Docka & Cogan, Penarth Harbourmore

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43B CARDIFF DOCKS:
R. A. Cooke
All lines south of main linemore

£9.00 

Archive Issue 54

Contents: TID Class Tugs by Mike Taylor, p. 3; Locomotives Électriques pour Cokeries by Paul Jackson, p. 21; Follow-up: Goodman Locomotives...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 53

Contents: Lambton Men: William Slack by Colin E. Mountford, p. 3; When Billingsgate had a Rival by Pat O'Driscoll, p. 11; The Swansea & Mumbles...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 15

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; Bridge Improvements on the Midland: Part 3, Footbridges by Neil Parkhouse & John Miles, p. 5...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 52

Contents: Idyllic Industry: Bentley Colliery, p. 2; Claude Campling (1912-1985) by Mike Taylor, p. 3; Follow-up: A Short History of...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 14

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; Stroudley's Gladstones by Peter Treloar, p. 5; London & North Eastern Railway (North Eastern...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 51

Contents: Idyllic Industry: Cotehele Quarry, p. 3; The Tirpentwys Story: An Opencast Site from Tender to Completion by John Cox,p. 5; The...more

£6.00 

Private Owner Wagons : A Fifth Collection
Keith Turton
This fifth volume reverts to the format of  the first three books in the series and looks at another wide range of wagons and their owners. Again, 60...more

£19.95 

Severn & Wye Joint Railway Appendix to WTT 1932

Originally issued on 11 April 1932 by the GW and LMS railways, this booklet contains highly detailed instructions on the working of the lines in the...more

£7.50 

Railway Archive Issue 13

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; The Early Years of London's Railway Coal Trade by Keith Turton, p. 5; The Drummond "S11" Class...more

£7.50 

37 FOREST OF DEAN:
R. A. Cooke
Berkeley Road (exc) to Cinderford, Bullo Pill to Drybrook, Coleford, Lydbrook Jcn and all branchesmore

£8.00 

46A RHONDDA VALLEYS:
R. A. Cooke
Blaenrhondda to Pontypridd (exc) and Meardy to Porth, Fernhill, Pwllyrhebog and Cymmer branchesmore

£7.50 

46B PONTYPRIDD-CARDIFF:
R. A. Cooke
and Radyr to Ely Paper mills (exc) and Roath Branch Jcn to Roath Goodsmore

£7.50 

59 CENTRAL AND MID WALES LINES:
R. A. Cooke
Llandilo to Craven Arms (exc) and Pontsticill Jcn (exc) to Talyllyn Jcn, and Brecon (exc) to Moat Lane Jcn (exc)more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 50

Contents: Idyllic Industry: Ystwyth Valley, p. 3; Lightmoor Colliery by Ian Pope, p. 5; Follow Up ­ Futake! from Guy Wilson, p. 49; The Black...more

£6.00 

A Treatise on Forest of Dean Stone, 1913

First published in 1913 by The United Stone Firms Ltd, this extremely rare little booklet was a promotional item extolling the qualities of the...more

£4.50 

Archive Issue 49

Contents: Donaghadee and the Coal Ships by David Capper, p. 3; Joseph White, Watchmaker to the Admiralty by Jeromy Hassell, p. 15; Sabrina's...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 12

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape; p. 2; Oil For Coal by A.J. Mullay & Neil Parkhouse, p. 5; Blue Pigments and Caledonian Locomotives by...more

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Archive Issue 48

Contents: Cadbury's Canal Stores at Stirchley by Ray Shill, p. 3; A Cromford Interlude photographs by Roger Eckersley, p. 9; Sabrina's Disappearing...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 11

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; Annan (Shawhill) and the Solway Viaduct by Mike Christensen, p. 5; Gas By Rail Part 2: Imperial...more

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Archive Issue 47

Contents: Locomotives of the Manchester Ship Canal: Part Two by Ted Gray, p. 3; Idyllic Industry, p. 20; Minster Lovell Mill by Stanley C...more

£6.00 

Private Owner Wagons : A Fourth Collection
Keith Turton
This fourth volume departs from the format of the first three books in that it deals with the wagons of one particular industry ­ the Welsh anthracite...more

£19.95 

Railway Archive Issue 10

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; Ferme Park, Harringay and Hornsey by Alan A. Jackson, p. 5; The Roberts Collection: Part 8...more

£7.50 

The Verderers and Forest Laws of Dean
Cyril Hart
Forest along with its Forest law supplementing Common law in England, was introduced by the Norman conqueror after 1066 for the purpose of providing...more

£24.99 

The Portishead Coal Boats: A History of Osborn and Wallis Ltd Bristol
Michael T. Winter
Cousins William Osborn and Humphrey Wallis combined their shipping interests in 1880 but it is for their activities from the 1920s onwards that the...more

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Cosens of Weymouth: 1848-1918
Richard Clammer
For over one hundred years, the paddle steamers belonging to Cosens & Co. of Weymouth were a familiar and much-loved part of the scenery along the...more

£29.95 

Archive Issue 46

Contents: The Yorkshire Dry Dock Company: Part One, 1917-1973 by Mike Taylor, p. 3; The Aberthaw Pebble Limekilns by Malcolm Brown, p. 19...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 45

Contents: James Buchanan and the Combined Coke Car by Paul Jackson, p. 3; Follow-up: Haddons Car from John Howat,p. 25; Swansea – Seatown by...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 9

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; The Railways of King¹s Heath 1835-1969 by Barrie Geens, p. 5; Gas By Rail: Part 1: Early Chlorine...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 44

Contents: The Memories of Arthur Temple – The Lambton & Hetton Staiths, Sunderland by Colin E. Mountford, p. 3; William Arthur Weaver and the...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 8

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 2; The Lee-on-the-Solent Railway by John Alsop, p. 5; The Roberts Collection: Part 6: In the...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 43

Contents: The Memories of Arthur Temple – The Hetton Railway by Colin E. Mountford, p. 3; From the Mersey to the Pennines by Tram: Part Two...more

£6.00 

Private Owner Wagons : A Third Collection
Keith Turton
This third volume follows on from the first two books in the series and looks at another wide range of private owner wagons and their owners. Again...more

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The Banbury & Cheltenham Direct Railway
Stanley C. Jenkins, Bob Brown & Neil Parkhouse
A new single-volume history of this well-loved and picturesque route, complete in one profusely illustrated volume. From the earliest beginnings of...more

£24.99 

Railway Archive Issue 7

Contents: The Railway in the Landscape, p. 3; The Flying Scotsman Cartel by A.J. Mullay, p. 5; Linesiding at Kenton: The Transition from...more

£7.50 

Private Owner Wagons : A Second Collection
Keith Turton
Following on from the extremely well received book Private Owner Wagons : A First Collection, this Second Collection of Privately Owned wagons again...more

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Archive Issue 42

Contents: Passion for Perfection: W. O. Bentley by Malcom Bobbitt, p. 3; From the Mersey to the Pennines by Tram: Part One by T. B. Maund FCIT...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 41

Contents: Stamp Charging at Coed Ely by paul Jackson, p. 3; Follow-up: Wellmans Coke Oven Locos from Paul Jackson, p. 35; The Road to the Top...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 6

Contents: The Drummond 4-6-0s of the London & South Western Railway by Peter H. Swift, p. 3; Pouteau Listings: Part 6: The Great Western...more

£7.50 

Waller's Description of the Mines in Cardiganshire
David Bick
Three centuries ago, the silver-lead mines of mid-Wales were highly prized and, after a rich discovery, the Company of Mine Adventurers was launched...more

£9.99 

Archive Issue 40

Contents: The Locomotives of Wellman Smith Owen by Paul Jackson, p. 3; 1903 – A Motoring Year by Malcom Bobbitt, p. 17; A Manx Interlude from...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 5

Contents: Painting Victorian Trains by Dr. Anthony J. East, p. 3; The Disgraceful Affair of the Thomas Street Level Crossing by John R. Long...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 39

Contents: Up the Creek with a Camera by Patricia O'Driscoll, p. 3; White & Poppe Ltd by Jeromy Hassell, p. 13; A Brief History of Witney...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 4

Contents: The Civil Engineering of the Chapeltown Branch by Bob Essery, p. 3; The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau: Part 4: The Great...more

£7.50 

Archive Issue 38

Contents: The Development & Trials of the Kyrle Biplane by David M. Dunstall, p. 3; Goole Docks: Part Two by Brian Masterman & Mike Taylor, p. 7...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 37

Contents: Goole Docks: Part One by Brian Masterman & Mike Taylor, p. 3; Frampton-on-Severn Gravel Pits by Brian Edwards, p. 15; Lysaghts Orb Works...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 3

Contents: The Roberts Collection: an Introduction by Phil Coutanche, p. 3; Forest of Dean Private Owner Wagons: an Update by Ian Pope, p. 17...more

£7.50 

Mersey Ferries Volume 2: The Wallasey Ferries
T. B. Maund & Martin Jenkins
The long awaited second volume which completes the story of Mersey Ferries. This comprehensive study of the Wallasey Ferries details the history of...more

£20.00 

A Glance Back at Newnham-on-Severn
Humphrey Phelps
Newnham-on-Severn is one of the most fascinating towns in the whole of Gloucestershire, with a history stretching back several hundred years which...more

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A Glance Back at Drybrook, Nailbridge & Steam Mills
Paul Mason
The industrial region north of Cinderford has a character all of its own, which has not been lost even though much of that industry has disappeared...more

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Private Owner Wagons : A First Collection
Keith Turton
Their owners ranged from the biggest corporation-owned utility in the country to the landlord of a village pub. Within this book over 70 owners of the...more

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Archive Issue 36

Contents: A Mariner's Story: Part One by Colin Green, p. 3; Poynton Collieries in 1926 by David Kitching, p. 15; A Patch of France on English...more

£6.00 

Railway Archive Issue 2

Contents: The Mersey Railway in Steam Days 1886 - 1903 by T.B. Maund, p. 3; The Midland Railway's Line from Londonderry to Strabane by...more

£7.50 

The Commoners of Dean Forest
Cyril Hart
This book relates to and discusses one of the Forest of Dean's ancient customs - commoning. The Forest, together with its surrounding Hundred of...more

£24.99 

Archive Issue 35

Contents: Shoreham Airport by David Dunstall, p. 3; The Crosville Bus in Wirral by T. B. Maund, p. 19; Mcwatters' Bread by Ian Pope, p. 57more

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The Free Miners of the Royal Forest of Dean and Hundred of St. Briavels
Cyril Hart
This book is an authoritative and exhaustive account of the unique ancient right of the Forest of Dean Free Miners in relation to coal, iron ore and...more

£36.00 

British Carriage & Wagon Builders & Repairers 1830-2006
Chris Sambrook
This volume, the result of many years diligent research by the author, details the many railway carriage and wagon building firms for which Great...more

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Railway Archive Issue 1

Contents: Birmingham Moor Street 1894-1916 by Ray Shill, p. 3; The Railway Photographs of E. Pouteau: Part 1 by John Alsop, p. 29; Catching the...more

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Burmuda Dick
Averil Kear
Six men were convicted of rape in the Forest of Dean in 1851 and sentenced to be transported to Bermuda. This true story follows them from their...more

£12.95 

A Guide to the Anderton Boat Lift
David Carden & Neil Parkhouse
A guide book to the lift with a short history and the story of its restoration.more

£5.00 

A Glance Back at Lydbrook
Lydbrook Historical Society
The village of Lydbrook occupies a two-mile long valley on the north eastern edge of the Forest of Dean. Whilst the main part of the village borders...more

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Archive Issue 34

Contents: The Goddess Survives by G. Barclay Robertson, p. 3; Cornwall's Singular Canal by John Neale, p. 17; Royal Ordnance Factory...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 33

Contents: Bilson Foundry, Cinderford by Alec Pope, p. 3; Crossing Glasgow's River by J. Graeme Bruce, p. 11; Royal Ordnance Factory – Cardiff...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 32

Contents: On the Track of the Caerleon Tramroad by Kirsten Elliott & Andrew Swift, p. 3; From Aero Engines to Motor Cars: Part Two – Motor...more

£6.00 

Archive Issue 31

Contents: Hope Works: the Evolution of a Cement Factory by Mike Taylor, p. 3; The Centenary of the Marine Steam Turbine by Ian Muir, p. 17; A...more

£6.00 

Robert Mushet and the Darkhill Ironworks
Keith Webb
Robert Mushet is the father of modern steel alloys. His pioneering experiments, carried out at his Darkhill Ironworks, near Coleford in the Forest...more

£7.99 

A Glance Back at Mitcheldean
Paul Mason
Mitcheldean, situated at the northernmost tip of the Forest of Dean, lies in a bowl in the landscape and was thus a favourite with the photographers...more

£4.50 

A Glance Back at Lydney Docks
Neil Parkhouse
For 150 years, Lydney Docks was a shipping point for much of the coal produced in the Forest of Dean, from its construction by the Severn & Wye...more

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Aspects of Awre
Awre Millenium Committee
A look at aspects of the history of the west Gloucestershire village of Awre, which lies, largely unspoilt and almost hidden, on a small piece of land...more

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Archive Issue 30

Contents: The Blanket Mills of Witney by Stanley C. Jenkins MA, p. 3; Liverpool to London – in about Ten Hours: Part Two by T. B. Maund FCIT...more

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The Glamorganshire & Aberdare Canals Vol. 2: Pontypridd to Cardiff
Stephen Rowson & Ian L. Wright
This second volume brings us on a journey south from Pontypridd to the Sea Lock at Cardiff and once again, the authors have assembled a wealth of...more

£30.00 

Archive Issue 29

Contents: Hull's Old Harbour by Mike taylor, p. 3; An Early History of Daimler by Malcom Bobbitt, p. 18; A – Z of Sailing Craft: V is for the...more

£6.00 

The Glamorganshire & Aberdare Canals Vol. 1
Stephen Rowson & Ian L. Wright
Volume 1 of a two volume history of these most interesting of waterways. Whilst the Aberdare Canal mostly struggled throughout its 88 year...more

£30.00 

Retrieving Wenty's Sturty Bird
Ian Hendy
Who was Wenty? What was a 'Sturty Bird'? And what have they got to do with Bream cenotaph? This fascinating and deeply moving book details the history...more

£11.99 

Archive Issue 28

Contents: Two Men in a Canoe by Andrew Swift, p. 3; Jonathon Bowler and J. B. Bowler & Sons Ltd., by Stuart Burroughs, p. 17; A – Z of...more

£6.00 

A Glance Back at Coleford
Keith & June Webb
An attractive market town which can trace its history back some 800 years, Coleford is the hub for a number of routes radiating out into the Forest of...more

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Archive Issue 27

Contents: Dolgarrog Aluminium Works by Neil Parkhouse, p. 3; All About Eva by Kirsten Elliott, p. 19; William Ireland by Malcolm Bobbitt, p...more

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A Forest Beat
Geoff Sindrey & Ted Heath
This is an entertaining and detailed account of the policing of that part of Gloucestershire which lies between the rivers Severn and Wye, written...more

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Cinderford St. John's Cricket Club
Alec Kear
Cinderford St. John's Cricket Club was formed in 1880 by the choirboys of St. John's Church who were also pit boys. By the early 1900s...more

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A Flower of the Forest
Jean Keston
The story of a Coleford lad killed on the retreat to Dunkirk in 1940. Jean has brought her loving and close knit family to life, in a tale that builds...more

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Archive Issue 26

Contents: The Somersetshire Coal Canal by Roger Halso, p. 2; Shutting the Stable Door, The Transformation of City Transport in Liverpool...more

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Archive Issue 25

Contents: The Yorkshire Ouse by Mike Taylor, p. 2; Shutting the Stable Door, The Transformation of City Transport in Liverpool: Part One by...more

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Archive Issue 24

Contents: The Goonbarrow Branch by Maurice Dart, p. 2; A – Z of Sailing Craft: Q is for Quay Punt by Edward Paget-Tomlinson, p. 25; Remembering...more

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The Knotty - An Illustrated Survey of the North Staffordshire Railway
Basil Jeuda
A comprehensive photographic album of the North Staffordshire Railway with many previously unseen images and captions compiled by one of the...more

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Archive Issue 23

Contents: The Destructive Distillation of Coal in North Derbyshire by Mike Taylor, p. 2; ROF Thorp Arch: Part Two, The Korean War and After...more

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Blood on Coal
Ralph Anstis
Many books have been written about the 1926 General Strike and lockout but none up to now has told how the Forest of Dean was affected. The strike was...more

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A Glance Back at Bream
Ruth Proctor Hirst
The largest village in the Forest and one of the largest in England, Bream can trace its history back over 700 years, whilst the nearby ancient mining...more

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The Churnet Valley Railway
Basil Jeuda
A comprehensive history of this highly scenic route, illustrated with a superb selection of photographs, maps and plans. The text is by a noted...more

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Severn Traders
Colin Green
For over five hundred years the trows were a common sight on the River Severn, its tributaries and esturial waters, venturing also up the Wye, into...more

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Archive Issue 22

Contents: Speech House Hill Colliery by Ian Pope, p. 2; ROF Thorp Arch by Mike Christensen, p. 14; The Kirkleatham Iron Stone Company by...more

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Archive Issue 21

Contents: Engineering on the Taff Vale Railway 1861-8 by Stephen Rowson, p. 2; The Limestone Quarries of Caldon Low: Part Three by Basil Jeuda...more

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Archive Issue 20

Contents: The Limestone Quarries of Caldon Low: Part Two by Basil Jeuda, p. 2; Industrial railways & tramways of Flintshire: Part Five by J. R...more

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Archive Issue 19

Contents: The Explosive Boats of Irvine Harbour by Alastair Weir, p. 2; The limestone Quarries of Caldon Low: Part One by Basil Jeuda, p. 17...more

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A Glance Back at Lydney
Neil Parkhouse
Whilst most of present day Lydney was built during the last two hundred years, the town can trace its origins back much earlier, to the time of the...more

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The Port of Penzance: A History
Clive Carter
The first full history of this busy Cornish port, from its earliest days in the 13th century right up to date, written by one of the county's top...more

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Mainline to Industry
Frank Jones
A listing of all the locomotives sold by mainline companies into industrial use. Eight chapters covering the 'Big Four' railway companies and their...more

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Old Stone Crosses of West Gloucestershire
Ruth Proctor Hirst
A look at the old stone crosses of West Gloucestershire.more

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Archive Issue 18

Contents: John Saxby by Mike Christensen, p. 2; C. F. Rymer – A Remarkable Entrepreneur by T. B. Maund FCIT, p. 19; The A – Z of Sailing Craft...more

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Archive Issue 17

Contents: Hampton Waterworks and its Railway System by Ron Howes, Ann Grant & Kew Bridge Steam Museum, p. 2; The A – Z of Sailing Craft: J is...more

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Archive Issue 16

Contents: Point of Ayr Colliery by The Mostyn History Preservation Society, p. 2; An Up-River Trow at Symonds Yat, p. 26; A Visit to...more

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Archive Issue 15

Contents: A Visit to Longhedge Works, S. E. & C. R., in 1903 by John and Robert Tatchell, p. 2; Avon Ferries and Fords by Josephine Jeremiah, p. 16...more

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Archive Issue 14

Contents: Pembroke Dockyard by Phil Carradice, p. 2; Harnessing the Falls of the Clyde by David C. Eve, p. 17; The A – Z of Sailing Craft: G is...more

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Archive Issue 13

Contents: Working Lives at Deep Navigation Colliery, Treharris by Edward A. Evans, p. 2; The chameleon barque Success by Donald Hall, p. 24...more

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Archive Issue 12

Contents: The Severn Trow by Colin Green, p. 2; The Widening of Taff Vale Viaduct at Quakers Yard by Edward A. Evans, p. 22; Wildmans of Willow...more

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Archive Issue 11

Contents: Bugsworth Basin by Alan J. Findlow, p. 2; J. Harris – Sole Owner: Part Three by Anne & Bill Thomas, p. 10; The Quaker's Yard...more

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Archive Issue 10

Contents: Ironmaking in Wellingborough by Andrew Swift, p. 2; The A – Z of Sailing Craft: C is for Coble by Edward Paget-Tomlinson, p. 18; J...more

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Archive Issue 9

Contents: Gatwick Airport and its 'Beehive' Terminal by John King, p. 2; Mitcheldean Cement Works by Ian Pope, p. 19; Follow Up: Fintona...more

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Dock Developments at Newport, 1907

First produced in 1907 by the Alexandra (Newport & South Wales) Docks & Railway Co. this illustrated booklet gives details of the docks at Newport...more

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Archive Issue 8

Contents: Steel Ships and Iron Men' by Clive Carter, p. 2; Taff Merthyr Colliery by Edward A. Evans, p. 24; Follow Up: Life in Woodlands...more

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Archive Issue 7

Contents: Combe Martin – An Industrial Slum!? by Neil Parkhouse, p. 2; Early Locomotives at Swanscombe Cement Works by John Fletcher, p. 19...more

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Edwardian Dean in Colour
Neil Parkhouse & Ian Pope
A tour of the Forest of Dean's towns, villages, railways and industries from full-colour Edwardian postcards produced by Tilley of Ledbury. In...more

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Archive Issue 6

Contents: Kearsley Power Station by Graham Edge, p. 2; The Bugsworth Waggon Tipplers by Alan J. Findlow and Don Baines, p. 23; The Construction...more

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The Port Talbot Railway & Docks Co., 1913

Issued by The Port Talbot Railway and Docks Co., Port Talbot, in January 1913 this is a handbook of rates, dry dock accommodation and general...more

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Archive Issue 5

Contents: The Sheffield and South Yorkshire Navigation by Mike Taylor, p. 2; Hartley Main Colleries: Part Two by James T. Tuck, p. 23; Follow...more

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Archive Issue 4

Contents: Woolmer Instructional Military Railway by Mike Christensen, p. 2; Dry Docking the Berengaria, p. 21; Llanberis Copper Mine, p. 28...more

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Archive Issue 3

Contents: Brodsworth Colliery and Model Village by Neil Parkhouse, p. 2; The Peak Forest Tramway: 1796-c1927 by Alan J. Findlow & Don Baines...more

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Archive Issue 2

Contents: Mostyn Ironworks, 1800-1964 by Mostyn History Preservation Society, p. 2; The Grand Surrey Canal, p. 15; Presteigne Coal Trials by...more

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Archive Issue 1
Various authors as listed in contents
Contents: East Greenwich Gasworks, p. 2; Wheal Friendship, Mary Tavy, Dartmoor, p. 11; Building the Jarrow Tramway, p. 16; South Devon...more

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Fine Forest Coal, c1930

A facsimile of a booklet produced in the mid 1930s from one of Britain's oldest coalfields illustrated with photographs and maps and containing many...more

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Lydney Harbour Dues & Regulations, 1902

Published in 1902 by the Great Western & Midland Severn & Wye & Severn Bridge Joint Committee this booklet gives details of the docks at Lydney and...more

£3.95 

Always Under Pressure – A History of North Thames Gas Since 1949
Malcolm Falkus
This book traces the history of North Thames Gas from nationalisation of the gas industry in 1949 until privatisation in 1986. It was a period which...more

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The History of the Gas Light & Coke Company 1812-1949
Stirling Everard
In this book the author draws upon contemporary records for his complete description of the history of the world's first gas company, which eventually...more

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