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Stamford Shop


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Robert Humm Bookshop

Robert Humm & Co specialises in rare and out-of-print books about railways, other transport and industrial history. We also stock a wide selection of new books on railways.
Our shop is in the former station master's house at Stamford railway station. Our opening hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday to Saturday from 9.30 to 5.00. Come and pay us a call - the shop is easy to reach by road or rail. We have our own free parking and the A1 Great North Road passes a mile to the west. Our station is on the cross-country Birmingham to East Anglia railway, with an hourly train service.
Stamford itself is a handsome town with fine architecture, excellent shopping and restaurants - it is well worth a day out in its own right.
We offer, as always, a mail order service and welcome enquiries by phone, post or e-mail. Our knowledgeable and helpful staff are always happy to help.
In addition to the excellent shop stock we issue printed catalogues of our choicest rare and out-of-print books once or twice a year.
You will have gathered that this is not primarily an on-line business. However most of our new books and a little selection of our second-hand stock are listed on this site; most of the listings can be ordered on-line.

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Best Selling Items

BR Working Time Table Western Region Passenger And Freight Section B4 Bristol Division 1966-67.


British Railways.
Large format, 54 pages, VG. **18.4.66 - 5.3.67. Kingham, Worcester, Hartlebury & Shelwick Jn; Stratford-u-Avon & Lansdown Jn.
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Catalogue 102 - UK


Catalogue 102 sent first class to an address in the United Kingdom.
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Edinburgh St Margaret's.


The story of the 'other' Edinburgh depot of the North British Railway 1845-1967.
Very large, 320 pages, many photo illustrations, diagrams, maps, glazed boards. ** The largest, if not the most famous, running shed in Scotland was built by the NBR in 1845. It was mainly associated with the movement of coal and general freight, and was described as a dark smokey hole filled with Reid's Relics. This thorough history of the depot includes a fund of anecdote and information from the former staff.
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