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Regional Railways : London & South East England

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London and South East England

Includes Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and Sussex.
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Ashford From Steam To Eurostar. Ref: L0135  

From rural station to international junction.
Mitchell.
Medium, 96 pages, many photos. Glazed boards. **Great Railway Eras No 1.

Price: 18.95
 

Atlas Of The Southern Railway. Ref: L3471  


Harman & Nichols.
Very large, landscape, 224 pages, including a 68-page gazetteer, glazed boards.**Detailed maps of the SR network throughout its period of operation; completely comprehensive, including single and double lines, sidings, stations, tunnels, signalboxes, level crossings, bridges, viaducts and industrial lines.

Price: 30.00
 

Baker Street To Uxbridge & Stanmore. (London Suburban Railways). Ref: L2408  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Barking To Southend. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L1138  


Course.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Beckton's Railways And Locomotives Ref: L3425  


Marden.
Very large, 132 pages, many photos, maps, site plans, soft back. **Local industrial lines : the gas works, products works and water works. Beckton Gas Works was the largest in Europe, with a huge internal railway. Plenty of interesting photos and details of the various locomotive stocks.

Price: 17.95
 

Bishop's Waltham Branch. Ref: L0060  


Simmonds, R & Robertson, K.
Very large, 92 pages, pictorial, soft back.

Price: 7.95
 

The Book Of The Great Northern. Part One Ref: L2782  

The main line. An engineering commentary part one: Kings Cross to Welwyn Garden City.
Coster, P.
Very large, 224 pages, pictorial: photos, large scale maps, glazed boards. ** "This is certainly not a closely-researched railway history... [It] is a book about the GNR particularly from the engineering and operational aspects, continuing from the last days of the GNR up to the present time."

Price: 26.95
 

Branch Line To Ongar. Ref: L2626  

Including the Hainault Loop.
Connor.
Medium, 96-page album: photos, large scale maps of station areas, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines Around Hertford And Hatfield. Ref: L2723  

To Broxbourne, St Albans and Buntingford.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96 pages, album: photos, large- and small-scale maps, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines Around North Woolwich. Ref: L2014  

From Victoria Park to Beckton and Gallions.
Connor.
Medium, 96 pages, album with some maps, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines Of East London. Ref: L0738  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines To Clacton And Walton. Ref: L3544  

Including Brightlingsea.
Mitchell.
Medium, 96-page album, photos, area map, large-scale maps of station areas, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines To Enfield Town And Palace Gates. Ref: L1885  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines To Harwich And Hadleigh. Ref: L2998  


Mitchell.
Medium, 96-page album, photos, area map, large-scale maps of station areas, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Branch Lines To Southend And Southminster. Ref: L2849  


Mitchell.
Medium, about 96 unnumbered pages, album, photos, large-scale maps of station areas, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

British Railways Operating History 6. Through The Links At Old Oak Common. Ref: L0957  


Abear.
Very large, 96 pages, glazed boards.

Price: 14.95
 

Brookwood Necropolis Railway. Ref: L2193  

LP 143.
Clarke.
Medium, 192 pages, illustrated with photos, rolling stock drawings, track plans and maps; folding plan of cemetary. Soft back. **Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. A work of considerable interest, both from the railway and the socialogical points of view. As well as his exhaustive history of the cemetary and its railway the author provides much incidental information on funereal transport in general.

Price: 12.95
 

Brunel (Great Railway Eras). Ref: L2119  

A railtour of his achievements.
Mitchell.
Medium, about 96 pages, album. Glazed boards. ** Six fascinating railtours of Brunel's crowning glory, the Great Western Railway.

Price: 18.95
 

Building London's Underground. Ref: L3529  

From cut-and-cover to Crossrail.
Badsey-Ellis.
Large, 376 pages, illustrated with photos and maps, appendices, bibliography, hard back. **This is a first-rate study of the history and methods of construction of the various underground railways in London. It is full of technical detail, but not beyond the grasp of the interested layman. There are some fascinating illustrations and a detailed bibliography.

Price: 30.00
 

Camden Goods Station. Ref: L3221  

Through time.
Darley.
Medium, 96 pages, pictorial with colour and b/w photos, illustrations from contemporary sources, excellent purpose drawn plans and diagrams, soft back. **The works undertaken by the London & Birmingham Railway for their London terminus were titanic, even by today's standard and included massive brickwork, superb tunnel portals, and tremendous vaulted underground works. The author ventures beyond his remit to include the rope-worked lines out of Euston, the famous Roundhouse, the Regents Canal in Camden, and other local industry. The selection of illustrations is superbly fascinating.

Price: 14.99
 

Channel Tunnel. Ref: L2122  

And its high-speed links. OL138.
Comfort.
Medium, 256 pages + large folding map, photos (mostly colour), maps, track plans, soft back. **A very detailed study of the origins, construction, operation and future of this monumental enterprise. Some fascinating illustrations.

Price: 19.95
 

The Corringham Light Railway. Ref: L3265  

A new history.
Kay.
Very large, 96 pages, pictorial : photos, maps, site plans, drawings, soft back. ** Including Kynoch's works, Kynochtown/Coryton, and the oil industry.

Price: 12.95
 

The Croydon, Oxted & East Grinstead Railway. Ref: L3165  

OL123.
Gould.
Medium, 208 pages, photos, headcode diagrams, station plans, map, soft back.

Price: 13.95
 

The Davington Light Railway. Ref: L3278  

A world war 1 narrow gauge railway in Kent. LP40
Minter Taylor.
Medium, 48 pages, photos, map, soft back. **The second, revised, edition of this history of a railway serving a top secret gunpowder works.

Price: 7.95
 

District Controller's View 9. The Kent Coast. Ref: L2092  

Victoria - Chatham - Ramsgate/Dover.
Becket & Bradshaw.
Very large, 132 pages, soft back. * "Train and traffic operations over the ex-LC&DR during the 1950s; working timetable (passenger and goods) including the London suburban area; engine workings including allocations and shed movements 1950-60."

Price: 13.95
 

District Controller's View 13. The North London Railway. Ref: L2887  

London (Broad Street) - Willesden - Richmond. All east-west cross London goods services.
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Very large, 104 pages, photos, many diagrams, soft back. * "Train and traffic operations over the North London Railway during the 1950s; full working timetable (passenger, goods and trip workings); engine diagrams, carriage workings and locomotive allocations 1950-60."

Price: 14.95
 

District Controller's View 17. West London. Ref: L3078  

The West London Railway; Kensington Olympia; The West London Extension Railway; Willesden/Old Oak Common - Kensington Olympia - Clapham Junction.
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Very large, 80 pages, photos, many diagrams, soft back. * "Train and traffic operations in 1955; full working timetable (passenger, goods and trip workings) and engine diagrams. Full details of the summer Saturday holiday express workings."

Price: 14.95
 

Ealing To Slough. Ref: L0673  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

East Kent Railway Volume One. Ref: L1588  

The history of the independent railway. OL 127A.
Finch, M L & Garrett, S R.
Medium, 232 pages, photos, maps. Soft back. ** "The East Kent Light Railways Company began as but one enterprise in a complex federation of enterprises whose ultimate goal was to transform East Kent into a thriving industrial centre to rival Glamorgan or Lancashire." A lively and thorough history.

Price: 14.95
 

East Kent Railway Volume Two. Ref: L1606  

Nationalisation, the route, rolling stock and operation.
Finch, M L & Garrett, S R.
Medium, 237 pages, photos, maps. Soft back. ** This volume contains chapters thirteen to seventeen of the work. It brings the history of the line up to its closure following the miners' strike of 1984, gives a very detailed description of the line as it was built and describes the locomotives and rolling stock.

Price: 14.95
 

East London Line. Ref: L0427  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

The End Of The Line. Ref: L3101  

The story of the railway service to the Great Northern London Cemetery.
Dawes
Medium, 116 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 7.50
 

Euston To Harrow & Wealdstone. (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L0802  


Scholey, K.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Fenchurch Street To Barking. Ref: L0421  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards. **Now out of print - last copy (at old price!).

Price: 15.95
 

From Construction To Destruction. Ref: L1957  

An authentic history of the Colne Valley and Halstead Railway.
Willingham.
Very large, 256 pages, photos, maps, station plans, soft back.

Price: 12.50
 

Goodbye To Victoria The Last Queen Empress. Ref: L3149  

The story of Queen Victoria's funeral train.
Keat.
Medium, 96 pages, photos, drawings from contemporary news coverage, soft back.

Price: 8.95
 

The Great British Railway Station King's Cross. Ref: L3501  

Including 'The Ladykillers'.
Anderson, P.
Very large, 240 pages, pictorial, glazed boards. **This is an updated and expanded edition of Chris Hawkins' book of 1990. In his preface Hawkins explains that he wrote the original shortly before the King's Cross renewal project got underway, as a lament for the seedy and grimy surroundings about to vanish, and adds "but in the end it has all gone rather well".

Price: 27.95
 

The Great Western & Great Central Joint Railway. Ref: L3167  

OL46.
Jenkins.
Medium, 256 pages, illustrated with photos, track diagrams and map, soft back. 2nd edition, revised.

Price: 15.95
 

Hadleigh Branch. Ref: L2195  

LP230.
Paye.
Medium, 208 pages, photos, map, scale drawings. Soft back. **A very short railway on the Essex - Suffolk border.

Price: 13.95
 

Harpenden To Hemel Hempstead Railway. Ref: L1132  

The Nickey Line. LP197
Woodward.
Medium, 160 pages, soft back. Reissue.

Price: 14.95
 

Harrow & Wealdstone 50 Years On. Ref: L3148  

Clearing up the aftermath. X75.
Tatlow.
Medium, 128 pages, many track plans, photos and drawings. Soft back. **2nd edition. A detailed examination of the second worst railway accident in this country. The driver of an up express overran signals in fog, crashed into the rear of a crowded train; almost at once a down express ran into the wreckage now fouling the adjacent line.

Price: 9.95
 

Harrow To Watford. (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L1593  

And the branches to St Albans Abbey, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth and Stanmore Village.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Hawkshurst Branch. Ref: L0952  


Hart.
Very large, 224 pages, hard back.

Price: 26.95
 

Hertford Loop. (Country Railway Routes). Ref: L2721  

From the suburbs to the country.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album: photos, maps, time table extracts, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

History Of The London & Birmingham Railway Volume One. Ref: L1896  

Euston to Bletchley.
Richards & Simpson.
Very large, 158 pages, pictorial: photos (some colour), track plans, maps etc, soft back. **The first main line to the north from London. With the tremendous engineering genius of Robert Stephenson it was successfully completed and opened throughout in 1838, taking only four years. This is primarily a history of the development of the line itself, taking it place by place, northwards.

Price: 18.95
 

History Of The Metropolitan Railway Volume One. Ref: L1569  

The Circle and the extended lines to Rickmansworth.
Simpson, W.
Very large, 158 pages, pictorial: photos (some colour), maps etc, soft back. **By the middle of the nineteenth century London's unique problems of overcrowding and density of traffic called for some revolutionary form of transport, the answer proved to be an underground railway. The Metropolitan Railway as the first underground railway in the world acquired a pioneering ethos from the beginning. The story of that railway and its subsequent extension into Hertfordshire, Middlesex and Buckinghamshire is to be detailed in three books of which this is the first.

Price: 17.95
 

Hitchin To Peterborough. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L1083  

Including the Ramsey North branch.
Mitchell, V & Mott, A.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Holborn Viaduct To Lewisham (London Suburban Railways). Ref: L2995  

Including the Greenwich Park branch.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, area map, large scale maps of station areas, glazed boards. 2nd Impression. Now out of print - last copy (at old price!)

Price: 15.95
 

Hythe And Sandgate Railway. Ref: L0066  


Hart, B.
Very large, 176 pages, pictorial photos, maps, station elevations etc. Hard back. **Thorough history of this railway together with a shorter history of the Hythe and Sandgate Horse tramway.

Price: 18.95
 

Ilford To Shenfield. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L0803  


Brennand.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Industrial Locomotives & Railways Of The South And West Of England. Ref: L3531  


Edgar.
Medium, 128 page landscape colour album, soft back. **Good collection of mostly period colour (some mono) pictures of standard and narrow gauge steam and diesel at work at sites between Kent and Cornwall. Large range of industries is covered including the Longmore Military Railway and the construction of the Channel Tunnel.

Price: 19.99
 

Industrial Locomotives Of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire & Northamptonshire. Ref: L1289  


Waywell
Medium, 432 pages, soft back. (Also available as a hard back, qv.) **The information about Bedfordshire was previously published in Pocket Book C (SE England) and the other two counties in Pocket Book D (Eastern England); it has all been greatly amplified in this volume. Locomotives and their locations are described as well as non-locomotive, contractors' and preservation sites within in the three counties.

Price: 22.50
 

Industrial Locomotives Of Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire & Northamptonshire. Ref: L1288  


Waywell
Medium, 464 pages. Glazed boards. (Also available as a paperback, qv.) **The information about Bedfordshire was previously published in Pocket Book C (SE England) and the other two counties in Pocket Book D (Eastern England); it has all been greatly amplified in this volume. Locomotives and their locations are described as well as non-locomotive, contractors' and preservation sites within in the three counties.

Price: 27.50
 

Industrial Railways And Locomotives Of Hertfordshire & Middlesex. Ref: L2306  


Waywell.
Medium, 408 pages, maps and site plans (some colour), photo section, softback.

Price: 19.95
 

Industrial Railways And Locomotives Of Kent. Ref: L3528  


Waywell.
Medium, 458 pages, maps and site plans (some colour), photo illustrations (some colour), additional booklet of maps loosely inserted, hardback. **The extra maps are due to three additional sites being discovered when the production of the book was well advanced.

Price: 35.00
 

Industrial Railways And Locomotives Of Sussex & Surrey. Ref: L3381  


Jux & Hateley.
Medium, 287 pages, photo illustrations (some colour), good map sections for both counties including some detailed local area, good site plans, locomotive, and location and owner indexes, glazed boards. **Indispensible reference.

Price: 27.95
 

Kent Narrow Gauge (Narrow Gauge Branch Lines). Ref: L2405  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

King's Cross Station. Ref: L3016  

Through time.
Christopher.
Medium, 96 page album of colour and b/w photos, soft back. **A record of the revamped station combiing new and historic photos.

Price: 14.99
 

King's Cross to Potters Bar. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L2686  


Connor & Connor.
Medium, probably 96 pages, album with 4-page historical introduction, photos, some maps, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

LBSC Footplate Experiences. Ref: L3145  

Reminiscences at New Cross. RS4.
Lawrence, Marks.
Medium, 96 pages, photos, large scale plan of depot, soft back. **The reminiscences of 'Curly' Lawrence, the noted model engineer, who started his railway career at New Cross in the 1890s.

Price: 7.95
 

Liverpool Street To Chingford. (London Suburban Railways.) Ref: L0840  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Liverpool Street To Ilford. Ref: L0442  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

London & South Western Railway Miscellany. Ref: L1965  


Scott-Morgan.
Very large, 128 page album, hard back. **About 250 photos of LSWR operations, including locos, workshops and sheds, rolling stock, docks and shipping, bridges, viaducts, and signalling. The aim is to give a picture of the LSWR in the period leading up to the grouping. Out of print - last copy.

Price: 19.99
 

London Brighton & South Coast Railway: Signal Boxes In 1920-1922. Part 2. Ref: L2737  

East of the London and Brighton line.
-
Very large, 124 pages of signalling diagrams, soft back.

Price: 7.95
 

The London Railway Atlas Then And Now. Ref: L3515  


Jordan & Smith.
Very large, square format, 112 pages, 45 double-page colour maps, photo illustrations, gazetteer, hard back. **Another useful and engrossing atlas. This one provides, on facing pages, the 1921 Railway Clearing House London map in 45 sections, each opposite a 2016 map of the lines and stations of precisely the same area. A selection of appropriate 20th and 21st century photo vignettes is included on each page.

Price: 21.95
 

London Railway Atlas. Ref: L3374  

4th edition.
Brown.
Very large, 92 map pages + 58 page station and site index, glazed boards.**Fourth and further enlarged edition of this very useful atlas: a diagrammatic representation of London's railway history. All maps give current and past track detail with dates, and the index gives opening and closure dates and other details

Price: 20.00
 

London, Brighton & South Coast Railway Miscellany. Ref: L1966  


Robertson
Very large, 128 page album, hard back. **About 250 photos of LSWR operations, not just locos and rolling stock but, in detail, the stations, and other buildings, the pioneering use of electric traction, the infrastructure and much else. Out of print - last copy.

Price: 19.99
 

The London, Tilbury And Southend Railway. Volume 4. Ref: L3488  

A history of the company and line: 1939 - 1959.
Kay.
Very large, 94 pages, illustrated with photos, large scale maps, track and signalling diagrams, soft back. **Covers the war years, postwar operations to 1959, and planning for electification. Includes features on Plaistow shed 1911-1962, Purfleet, West Thurrock and Grays.

Price: 13.95
 

The London, Tilbury And Southend Railway. Volume 5 Tilbury. Ref: L3510  

A history of the company and line.
Kay.
Very large, 95 pages, illustrated with photos, large scale maps, track and signalling diagrams, soft back. **The history of the LTSR at Tilbury, its various stations, docks and maritime services. Excellent and detailed local history. The plan for the remaining volumes in the series is now that Volume 6 : Gravesend Ferry and piers will appear in 2017 and Volume 7 : General History of the LTSR 1959 - 1970s will appear on an unspecified date.

Price: 13.95
 

London's Disused Stations, Volume Four. Ref: L1770  

The South Eastern Railway.
Connor, J E.
Medium, 72 pages, photo illustrations, map, soft back.

Price: 8.50
 

London's East End Railways. Part 1. Ref: L2873  

Liverpool Street, Stratford, Ilford & Temple Mills Yard.
Brennand.
Very large, 174 page album, hard back. **The former GER lines bounded between Liverpool Street and Ilford. The author, a driver, grew up in the area and has prefaced his interesting selection of photos with a 39-page introduction. The photos are mostly from BR days, and include steam and diesel traction, and quite a bit of period colour. A solid study of a surprisingly neglected area of intense railway activitiy.

Price: 29.99
 

Marylebone To Rickmansworth (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L1974  

Including the Watford Branch.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96 page album, maps, glazed boards

Price: 18.95
 

No Need To Ask! Ref: L0619  

Early Maps Of London's Underground Railways.
Leboff & Demuth.
Large oblong, 80 pages. Glazed boards. **Describes the development of the Underground map from c.1867 to 1932. Includes many illustrations of the maps with informative descriptions. The companion volume to Mr Beck's Underground Map.

Price: 12.95
 

North London Line. Ref: L0429  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

North London Trams. Ref: L3487  

The Metropolitan Electric Tramways Company in Middlesex and the north London suburbs.
Harley, R J.
Large square format, 160 pages, photo illustrations, maps, glazed boards. **Thorough and well illustrated history of the MET, covering routes, vehicles and operation.

Price: 19.95
 

On The Footplate At Bushbury 1947-1962. Ref: L2136  

An engineman's tale. RS15.
Terry.
Medium, 224 pages, some photo illustrations, diagrams and map of Wolverhampton area railways, soft back. **Reminiscences of a West Midlands fireman; includes a detailed chapter on the functioning of a steam locomotive.

Price: 13.95
 

Paddington To Ealing. Ref: L0443  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Past And Present No 60. South London Suburban Lines. Ref: L2758  


Baker.
Medium, 128 page album, soft back. **Matching pairs of "old" (mainly 50s and 60s) scenes contrasted with the present day view. London Termini; Clapham Junction; Wimbledon; Croydon; Coulsdon etc.

Price: 17.99
 

Pleasure Trips By Underground. Ref: L0231  


Riddell.
Very large, 96 pages, album. Hard back. **A selection of mainly 1920s and '30s Underground posters with explanatory captions and a short introduction. All posters in colour.

Price: 14.95
 

Poster To Poster. Volume 5 London And The South East. Ref: L2968  

Railway journeys in art.
Furness.
Very large landscape, 256 pages, colour images, discursive text, poster database in county order, bibliography, hardback. **Fifth of a planned series of seven volumes intended to catalogue British railway posters throughout the twentieth century, and based largely on the magnificent collection of the NRM.

Price: 38.00
 

Potters Bar To Cambridge. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L2120  


Mitchell & Mott.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Railway Track Diagrams 3. Western. Ref: L2177  


-
Very large, 48 pages, soft back. **System map, 35 track diagrams, index to stations and lines. 4th edition.

Price: 12.95
 

Railways And Transport Of Hammersmith And West London. Ref: L0650  


Goudie & Stuckey.
Large, 88 pages, maps, photo illustrations. Soft back.

Price: 7.50
 

Railways Of Richmond Upon Thames. Ref: L0281  


Sherwood.
Large, 72 pages, soft back.

Price: 5.75
 

Rickmansworth To Aylesbury (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L2059  

Including the Chesham branch.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Romney Rail. Ref: L0432  

A Journey Through Time.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

The Royal Arsenal Railways. Ref: L3467  

The rise and fall of a military railway network.
Smithers.
Very large, 214 pages, illustrated with good photographs and large, clear specially drawn diagrams, locomotive drawings, tabulated loco histories, hard back. **The railways of Woolwich Arsenal evolved into three separate systems serving the Gun Factory, Laboratory and the Carriage Department, each a different gauge with its own locomotives and rolling stock. The Arsenal and its railways continued to hold an important place in gun and propellant manufacture until the late 1950s, when the complex began gradually to be run down, finally closing in 1967. The story of the Arsenal is fraught with intererest for railway and military historians alike and this well-written and choicely illustrated chronicle is sure to please both. It is particularly strong on locomotive history and includes a survey of the remains still to be seen.

Price: 30.00
 

The Rye And Camber Tramway. Ref: L1565  

PS4.
Judge, C.
Medium, 64 pages, many photos, plans, maps. Soft back. **History of a long lost 3ft gauge railway built to serve the fishing industry and, conveniently, the local golf course. It carried its last passengers in 1939, was pretty well worked to death in the second world war, and has the dubious distinction of being possibly the first public railway in Britain to convert from steam to petrol traction.

Price: 5.95
 

Selsey Tramway Volume One. Ref: L2273  


Cooksey
Very large, 188 pages, many photo illustrations, large scale maps showing track layouts, hard back. **This volume covers the full history of Colonel Stephens' impecunious tramway from opening in 1897 to closure in 1935. Volume two (qv) describes the route - Chichester to Selsey Beach -, steam locomotives, railmotors and rolling stock.

Price: 31.95
 

Selsey Tramway Volume Two. Ref: L2274  


Cooksey
Very large, 145 pages, many photo illustrations, large scale maps showing track layouts, drawings of structures and rolling stock, hard back. **This volume describes the route of Colonel Stephens' impecunious tramway - Chichester to Selsey Beach -, steam locomotives, railmotors and rolling stock. Volume One (qv) covers the full history from opening in 1897 to closure in 1935.

Price: 29.95
 

The Shelter Of The Tubes. Ref: L1063  

Tube sheltering in wartime London.
Gregg, J.
Large square, 96 pages, many photo illustrations; list of sources, annotation. Glazed boards. **A carefully researched study covering all aspects of the use of underground stations as bomb shelters.

Price: 16.95
 

Shenfield To Ipswich. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L2996  


Mitchell.
Medium, 96-page album : photos, area map, large-scale maps of station areas, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Single To The Seashore. Ref: L2730  

The Jaywick miniature railway.
Little, L.
Medium, 50 pages, map, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 5.95
 

Slough Estates Railway. Ref: L2804  


Isherwood.
Very large, 168 pages, pictorial, map, loco drawings, lists, soft back. **Slough Industrial Estates had an bizarre genesis, and were singularly well served by official and unofficial photographers. The railway built to serve the extensive area survived until 1973. The household names one meets along the way are legion - Mars, Odo-ro-no, Citroen, Black & Decker...

Price: 24.95
 

Slough To Newbury (Western Main Lines). Ref: L0736  


Mitchell.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

South London Line. (London Suburban Railways). Ref: L2410  

London Bridge to Victoria.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Southern Electric. Ref: L2983  

Development of the London suburban network and its trains.
Brown, D.
Large, square format, 224 pages, photo illustrations, double-page map, glazed boards. **: A new history 1909 - 83

Price: 25.00
 

Southern Way Special Issue No 12. Ref: L3458  

A third-rail centenary.
Southern Electric Group.
Very large, 119 pages, photo illustrations (some colour), diagrams, maps, soft back. ** Covers the subject from the original LSWR electrification in 1915 and includes details of rolling stock, operation, technical information, and more arcane matters. Of particular interest to number crunchers will be tabulated list of Southern Electric suburban stock, with dates of building, rebuilding, withdrawal and other information, plus an electric stock directory covering locomotives and emus of all descriptions.

Price: 16.50
 

St Albans To Bedford. (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L1543  

Including the Hemel Hempstead Branch.
Goslin.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

St John's Lewisham 50 Years On. Ref: L2415  

Restoring the traffic. X87.
Tatlow.
Medium, 160 pages + large folding track plan tipped inside rear cover, many other track plans, photos and drawings. Soft back. **A detailed examination of the third worst railway accident in this country. An engine driver missed two signals in a fog, crashed into the rear of another train; the derailed tender brought down an overbridge onto the wreckage of the two trains.

Price: 12.95
 

St Pancras Station. Ref: L1598  


Simmons, J; rev by Thorne, R.
Large, 184 pages, photo and other illustrations, some colour, hard back. **This is a new edition of Professor Simmons book, which was first published in 1968 when the future of St Pancras was in doubt, and described by John Betjeman as "readable, learned and inspiring". Robert Thorne has added to Simmons' text and provided a new chapter to bring the story of the station up to date.

Price: 15.95
 

St Pancras To Barking. (London Suburban Railways). Ref: L2058  


Connor.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Starlight Specials. Ref: L3342  

The overnight Anglo-Scottish Express.
Peel.
Medium, 126 pages, photos, contemporary advertisements, time table extracts, soft back. ** In the 1950s and 1960s these cheap excursion trains ran overnight between London and both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Passengers would depart on Friday night and return on Saturday evening a week or fortnight later. The main purpose of these nocturnal trains was to compete with private coach services, in which they were successful, generating profitable long-distance traffic for BR. This book is a detailed examination of the operation of these trains, which continued for ten years at the twilight of steam haulage.

Price: 12.99
 

Stratford To Cheshunt. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L3209  

Including the Southbury loop.
Mitchell & Brennand.
Medium, approximately 96 pages, album : photos, large-scale maps of station areas, time table extracts, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Subterranean Railway. Ref: L1825  

How the London underground was built and how it changed the city forever.
Wolmar, C.
Medium, 351 pages + 20 pages of illustrations, some colour. Hard back. *A fine new serious history of the underground, bringing the story right up to date. Out of print - last copy.

Price: 17.99
 

Surrey Narrow Gauge (Narrow Gauge Branch Lines). Ref: L2404  

Including South London.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Sussex Narrow Gauge. Ref: L0988  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96 pages, album: photos, numerous maps. Glazed boards. **Includes industrial sites, Rye & Camber tramway, Volks Electric Railway, amazing historic collection at Amberley, Rye harbour line.

Price: 18.95
 

Thames Haven Railway. Ref: L0400  


Kay.
Very large, 76 pages, soft back.

Price: 10.95
 

The Steam And The Gaslight. Ref: L3076  

Travelling by train in late Victorian London 1871 - 1900.
Hodge.
Medium, 108 pages, illustrations from contemporary sources, map, soft back. **Metropolitan rail travel from the passenger's point of view.

Price: 9.99
 

Tilbury Loop. (Eastern Main Lines). Ref: L1658  

Including the Romford branch.
Course, E.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

The Underground Pioneers. Ref: L0721  

Victorian London and its first underground railways.
Emmerson.
Very large, oblong, 72 pages. Glazed boards. **Fine engravings taken from Illustrated London News and similar contemporary publications.

Price: 16.95
 

Underground Stations Of Leslie Green. Ref: L0784  


Leboff, D.
Large, 96 pages, illustrated with b/w and coloured photos, glazed boards. Green designed the distinctive deep red terra-cotta, round-arched underground stations, built 1905-7, which are instantly recognisable even when no longer used as stations. Excellent photographs, showing many internal and exterior details, and a knowledgeable text.The main purpose of the book is to create a photographic record of Green's surviving work. It therefore focuses on the stations where most of the original fabric survives but for completeness also includes the twelve which have lost most, if not all, their original features.

Price: 16.95
 

Waterloo & City Railway. Ref: L1188  

OL117.
Gillham.
460 pages, hard back.

Price: 35.00
 

Watford To Leighton Buzzard. (Midland Main Lines). Ref: L1878  

Including Aylesbury High Street and Dunstable North branches.
Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Watford To St Albans Branch. Ref: L2194  

OL 177
Jenkins.
Medium, 128 pages, illustrated with photos, track diagrams and map, soft back. 2nd edition, updated.

Price: 10.95
 

West London Line. Ref: L0426  


Mitchell & Smith.
Medium, 96-page album, glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

The Westerham Valley Railway. Ref: L3128  

LP72.
Gould.
Medium, 128 pages, photos, structure drawings, station plans, map, soft back. LP 72 : 2nd edition, revised.

Price: 8.95
 

The Whipsnade & Umfolozi Railway and The Great Whipsnade Railway. Ref: L3393  

OL93.
Thomas.
Medium, 140 pages, photos, maps, locomotive drawings, bibliography, soft back. **The narrow gauge railway at Whipsnade zoo. Last copy, old stock, some shelf wear to covers.

Price: 9.95
 

Wimbledon To Beckenham. Ref: L0977  

Before Tramlink.
Gillham.
Medium, album: 120 photos on about 90 pages. Glazed boards.

Price: 18.95
 

Aldwych Branch. Ref: L2588  


Badsey-Ellis & Horne.
Large, 112 pages, illustrated with photos and maps, some colour, boards. **A quarter mile branch of the London Underground, between Holborn and the Aldwych, this was a hopeless enterprise and never covered its costs; extension frequently beckoned but never came and the line is now closed. However its history was surprisingly colourful, especially during the war, and its lengthy abandoned spaces have been used for experimental design work and film jobs. The station at Aldwych and the running line to Holborn remain today, but not for passengers.

Price: 19.95

Bakerloo Line. Ref: L1007  

An illustrated history.
Horne, M.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 6.95

Memories And Writings Of A London Railwayman Ref: L1258  

A tribute to Harold Vernon Borley (1895-1989)
Jackson, A A (ed)
Medium, 159 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 12.95

Brighton Belle. Ref: L2950  

The story of a famous and much-loved train.
Grant & Jeffs.
Large square, 96 pages, photo illustrations with period and recent colour, map, timings, menus, posters, etc, glazed boards. **Excellent history giving the story from the first Brighton line Pullmans up to the latest word on preservation of Brighton Belle stock. A handsome and keenly-priced book.

Price: 14.95

British Railways Layout Plans Of The 1950s. Volume 2. Ref: L1952  

Ex-MR main line, Trent to St Pancras, and associated branches.
-
Very large, 60 pages of signalling diagrams, closure list, index, soft back.

Price: 6.95

British Railways Layout Plans Of The 1950s. Volume 7. Ref: L2022  

L&NWR branch lines London and East Midlands area..
-
Very large, 50 pages of signalling diagrams, location map, closure list, index, (60 pages in all), soft back. 2005 reprint.

Price: 6.95

By Tube Beyond Edgware. Ref: L1198  


Beard.
Large, 136 pages, illustrated with photos and lots of maps, diagrams etc, glazed boards. *Planned extension of the Northern Line for 3 miles beyond Edgware to a projected large depot; conceived in the 1930s, postponed during the war it was finally abandoned. This is a complete record of the plan and its failure. Really interesting.

Price: 19.95

Circle Line. Including the Hammersmith and City line. Ref: L1003  

An illustrated history.
Croome, D F.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations. Soft back.

Price: 5.95

Designed For London. Ref: L1767  

150 years of transport design.
Green, O & Rewse-Davies, J.
Very large, 160 pages, many photo illustrations, some colour, hard back.

Price: 19.95

Don't Knock The Southern. Ref: L0452  


Behrend.
Medium, 223 pages, illustrated with photos & maps. Hard back. **Recollections of the SR from the 1920s to the present day. Includes observations on SR ships and the various bus companies which competed with the trains.

Price: 14.99

Down The Tube. Ref: L0791  

The battle for London's underground.
Wolmar, C.
Medium, 246 pages, paperback. ** "Why do ministers still believe, after the collapse of Railtrack, that the separation of operations from maintenance and renewal is anything other than a recipe for inefficiency and a threat to safety?". Christian Wolmar is transport correspondent for the Independen, contributes to many other jounals and also broadcasts.

Price: 9.99

Early Years Of London Diesels. Ref: L1316  


Welch.
Medium square, 80 pages, colour album, soft back. *Some striking images, including a surprising shot of a diesel taking up water from Bushey troughs. (For its train heating boiler.) Good long captions.

Price: 9.95

Essex Railway Heritage. Supplement. Ref: L2386  


Kay.
Very large, 71 pages, pictorial, soft back. ** "Includes full listing of all surviving railway structures in Essex and an appendix covering all station buildings now demolished. With many previously unpublished period illustrations.

Price: 9.95

Ferry Boat De Nuit 1936 - 1980 / Night Ferry 1936 - 1980. Ref: L2913  

A brief history of the train which carried you asleep from London to Paris and Brussels.
Elliott & Duvoskeldt.
Very large, 118 pages, photo illustrations, maps, other illustrations, dual French / English text and captions, soft back. **Une guide historique du train que vous avez emprunté endormi(e) de Paris et Bruxelles à Londres. Not sure about endormi(e). When we went there was a metal bucket rolling around on the train deck all night. Jolly good thorough history though, and thank you Mr Elliott for including our e-mail address with the bibliography.

Price: 17.99

Ferry Services Of The London, Brighton & South Coast Railway. Ref: L0472  


Jordan, S.
Medium, 112 pages. Soft back. LAST COPY

Price: 8.95

Folkestone's Railways. Ref: L1755  


Hart, B.
Very large, 94 pages, map, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 14.95

Going Green. Ref: L1005  

The story of the District Line.
Connor, P.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 5.95

History Of The Metropolitan Railway Volume Two. Ref: L1817  

The railway from Rickmansworth to Aylesbury including Halton Camp Railway.
Simpson, W.
Very large, 158 pages, pictorial: photos (some period colour), maps etc, soft back. **This second volume of the history of the Met continues the story beyond the confines of London as the line reaches north through the Chess and Misbourne valleys and climbs the Chilterns to reach Aylesbury. It includes a comprehensive account of the RAF Halton Camp Railway.

Price: 18.95

Illustrated History Of Slade Green Depot. Ref: L1968  

From steam to Networker.
Deller.
Very large, 96 pages, photo illustrations, drawings, diagrams, site plan, glazed boards.

Price: 10.95

Industrial Railways And Locomotives Of Essex. Ref: L2847  


Waywell & Jux.
Medium, 372 pages + about 90 pages of photographs, good map section including some detailed local area and site plans, lists, glazed boards. (Also available as a soft back, qv.). **Information is set out thus: Industrial locations where privately owned locomotives were used; Civil engineering contracts using locomotives (including railway works): Locomotive builders, repairers and dealers; Preservation and pleasure lines over 15" gauge; Non-locomotive worked railways of significant length.

Price: 27.95

Industrial Railways And Locomotives Of Essex. Ref: L2848  


Waywell & Jux.
Medium, 372 pages + about 90 pages of photographs, good map section including some detailed local area and site plans, lists, soft back. (Also available in glazed boards, qv.). **Information is set out thus: Industrial locations where privately owned locomotives were used; Civil engineering contracts using locomotives (including railway works): Locomotive builders, repairers and dealers; Preservation and pleasure lines over 15" gauge; Non-locomotive worked railways of significant length.

Price: 23.95

Jubilee Line. Ref: L1006  

An illustrated history.
Horne, M.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 6.95

Kent & East Sussex Railway. Ref: L2671  


Hart.
Very large, 282 pages, photo illustrations, maps, hard back. ** "The life and times of a local railway" - a history of Col Stephens' favourite line.

Price: 34.95

LCC Electric Tramways. Ref: L0785  


Harley, R J.
Very large, 176 pages, colour and b/w photo illustrations, maps. Hard back. **An excellent history of the undertaking, which was the largest municipal system in Great Britain.

Price: 25.00

Lifetime In Traction Ref: L1664  

An engineer on the Southern diesels and electrics.
Tayler, A.
Very large, 96-page album with 4-page introduction and brief biography, large photo illustrations, soft back. ** The author's own photographs, with interesting descriptions, of various types of locomotives and multiple units with which he was involved over forty-one years: 5½ years with the Southern Railway, 16½ years with BR(SR), and 19 years with Sulzer, which included 7 years in the IME serving as Chairman of the Divisional Board Visits Committee.

Price: 14.95

Logo For London. Ref: L0724  

The London Transport Symbol.
Lawrence.
Large square, 112 pages, drawings, posters, photos, much in colour. Glazed boards. ** Serious history with much nostagia; ends with some interesting examples of other undertakings' copies of the symbol.

Price: 19.95

London & North Eastern Railway In Focus. Ref: L1021  


Crawley, J.
Large, 192 pages, pictorial, hard back. **Compilation of official and unofficial photographs, promotional booklets, accident reports, LNER committee minutes and other unusual items from the author's extensive archives of LNER memorabilia.

Price: 25.00

London Brighton & South Coast Railway: Signal Boxes In 1920-1922. Part 3. Ref: L1457  

Mid Sussex & west coast lines and branches.
-
Very large, 120 pages of signalling diagrams, soft back.

Price: 7.95

London Brighton & South Coast Railway: Signal Boxes In 1920-1922. Part 4. Ref: L1458  

Dorking and suburban lines.
-
Very large, 112 pages of signalling diagrams, soft back.

Price: 7.95

The London, Tilbury And Southend Railway. Volume 3. Ref: L2828  

A history of the company and line: 1912-1939 the Midland and LMS years.
Kay.
Very large, 90 pages, illustrated with photos, maps, structure drawings, soft back. **Includes features on stations between Barking and Shoeburyness.

Price: 12.95

London's Disused Stations, Volume Three. Ref: L1145  

London, Chatham and Dover Railway.
Connor.
Medium, 72 pages, soft back.

Price: 8.50

London's Disused Stations, Volume Five. Ref: L1915  

The London & South Western Railway. Including the Tooting Merton & Wimbledon and West London Extension Railways.
Connor, J E.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, map, soft back.

Price: 8.75

London's Disused Stations, Volume Six. Ref: L2420  

The London Brighton & South Coast Railway.
Connor, J E.
Medium, 68 pages, photo illustrations, map, soft back.

Price: 8.75

London's Disused Stations, Volume Seven. Ref: L2614  

The Midland Railway and associated lines.
Connor, J E.
Medium, 84 pages, photo illustrations, maps, soft back.

Price: 9.00

London's Disused Underground Stations. Ref: L0913  


Connor.
Medium, 68 pages, soft back.

Price: 8.25

London's Disused Underground Stations. Ref: L1170  


Connor.
Very large, 128 pages, glazed boards.

Price: 19.95

London's Local Railways. Ref: L0228  


Jackson.
Large, 464 pages, enlarged 2nd edition. Hard back.

Price: 25.00

London's Lost Tube Schemes. Ref: L2135  


Badsey-Ellis.
Large, 320 pages, illustrated in colour, chiefly with maps, hard back. **In-depth study of over 40 unfulfilled tube schemes that were presented to Parliament between 1880 and the 1914, as well as many proposed variations to the tubes which were constructed.

Price: 19.95

London's Metroland. Ref: L2160  

A unique British railway enterprise.
Jackson.
Large, squarish, 144 pages, illustrated largely from contemporary advertising (in colour), some contemporary photos, matt boards. **The Metropolitan Railway sought passengers for its services by setting up an estates company to develop housing along the its line north of London and named the area served "Metro-land". This is a history of the development and of the ways in which people were encouraged to move out to Metro-land.

Price: 16.95

London's Secret Tubes Ref: L2036  

London's wartime citadels, subways and shelters uncovered
Emmerson & Beard.
Very large, 190 pages, hardback. **Built for strategic purposes between the 1930s and the 1960s, a substantial number of tunnels exist under London streets and buildings that very few people know about. Totally absorbing book.

Price: 25.00

London's Underground Suburbs. Ref: L1650  


Edwards, D.
Large square, 112 pages, photos and other illustrations, some colour. Glazed boards. ** Study of inter-war expansion.

Price: 16.95

Lost Lines: Southern. Ref: L0924  


Welbourn.
Large, 128 pages, photo album, soft back. ** Out of print, one copy remaining.

Price: 12.99

LSWR At Nine Elms. The Curl Collection Volume 1. Ref: L1779  

The works and its products 1830 - 1909.
Curl, B.
Very large, 360 pages, many photos and drawings, plan of works, hard back. ** "A unique insight into the locomotive history of a major railway company, largely using material from a hitherto unseen collection." This is no less than the LSWR's own negatives, drawings etc, preserved from destruction by the author's father, and supplemented by material from other previously untapped sources.

Price: 35.00

Main Line Lament. Ref: L1419  

The final years of the Great Central route to London.
Walker, C.
Large oblong, 167 photos on about the same number of pages, album, hard back. Centenary edition. LAST COPY.

Price: 22.95

Memories Of The Met And G C Joint Line. Ref: L1374  


Foxell, C.
Medium, 140 pages, map, photos. Soft back.

Price: 12.95

Metropolitan Line. Ref: L2197  

An illustrated history.
Horne, M.
Medium, 96 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 6.95

Metropolitan To Jubilee. Wembley Park To Stanmore. Ref: L0279  


Goudie.
Large, 32 pages, soft back.

Price: 2.95

Moving Metropolis. Ref: L0853  

A history of London's transport since 1800.
Taylor.
Large, 400 pages, colour illustrations, soft back.

Price: 19.95

Mr Beck's Underground Map. Ref: L0229  


Garland.
Very large, 80 pages, mainly colour, glazed boards. **The history of the London Underground map as it is known today, describing Mr Beck's revolutionary diagrammatic approach, and modern alterations. See also the companion volume No Need To Ask!

Price: 12.95

North London Railway. 1846-1921. Ref: L1241  


Lovett.
Very large, 106 pages, glazed boards.

Price: 15.95

Northern Line. Ref: L1009  

An illustrated history.
Horne, M & Bayman, B.
Medium, 80 pages, photo and line illustrations, map, soft back.

Price: 5.95

Piccadilly Line. Ref: L1010  

An illustrated history.
Croome, D.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 5.95

Piccadilly Tube. Ref: L2309  

A history of the first 100 years.
Horne, M.
Large, squarish, 144 pages, photo illustrations (some colour), hard back. **Good, solid history,with many interesting photos, in particular of station sites and construction.

Price: 19.95

Rails To Metro-land. Ref: L2056  


Foxell, C.
Medium, 164 pages, map, photos, some colour. Soft back. **A well-illustrated history of the development of the 'Met'. 2nd edition, revised.

Price: 12.95

Railway Stations Of Battersea And Wandsworth. Ref: L0275  


Connor.
Medium, 40 pages, soft back.

Price: 5.95

Railways Of Wembley. Ref: L0280  


Goudie.
Large, 72 pages, soft back.

Price: 6.00

Reconstruction Of Euston Station. Ref: L2518  


Wilde.
Very large, 57 pages, photos, plans, drawings, soft back. **An exceptionally detailed study of the works undertaken in the 1960s.

Price: 7.99

Red Panniers. Ref: L2551  

Last steam on the Underground.
Scott-Morgan & Martin.
Very large, 176 pages, pictorial, some colour, glazed boards. ** The story of thirteen ex GWR 57xx pannier tanks that LT acquired and based at Neasden and Lillie Bridge between 1957 & 1971. The last working main line steam locomotives in Britain.

Price: 27.00

Sheppey Light Railway. Ref: L0057  


Hart, B.
Very large, 104 pages, pictorial, soft back.

Price: 10.95

Slam Doors On The Southern. Ref: L2081  


Welch, M.
Large, square format, 112 page colour album, glazed boards.

Price: 16.95

South For Sunshine. Ref: L0232  

Southern Railway Publicity And Posters 1923 - 1947.
Hillman & Cole.
Large square, 64 pages, colour album, soft back. **From a golden age of graphic design.

Price: 7.95

Southern Electric Volume Two. Ref: L2771  

Main line electrification, the war years and British Railways.
Brown, D.
Large, square format, 248 pages, photo illustrations, double-page map, glazed boards. **This is, I suppose by nature, essentially a locomotive and rolling stock history, but includes organisational history, and developments in such matters as operation and signalling.

Price: 25.00

Southern Electric Album. Ref: L1535  


Welch, M.
Large, square format, 96 page colour album, glazed boards.

Price: 16.95

St Pancras Station. Ref: L2348  


Bradley, S.
Medium, 193 pages, photo and other illustrations, soft back. **A new history to commemorate the transformation of this iconic landmark into London's main gateway to the continent. Much critical acclaim.

Price: 8.99

Stanmore Village Branch. Ref: L0272  

A photographic journey.
Baker & Connor.
Medium, 60 pages, soft back.

Price: 7.95

Steam On The Widened Lines. Volume 2. Ref: L0274  

Great Western & Southern Companies.
Goslin.
Medium, 56 pages, soft back.

Price: 7.95

Tottenham Joint Lines. Ref: L0091  


Connor.
Medium, 48 pages, pictorial (some col). Soft back. **A photographic journey between Barking and Gospel Oak.

Price: 5.95

Tunnel Vision. Ref: L2564  


Cordner.
Very large, 96 pages, colour photo illustrations, track diagrams, soft back. **History of the construction of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, route, chronology, etc. Ground-breaking engineering project, it says, and who can argue with that?

Price: 14.99

Twopenny Tube. Ref: L1004  

The story of the Central Line.
Bruce, J G & Croome, D F.
Medium, 80 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 5.95

Underground Bullseyes 1972 - 2000. Ref: L2387  


Clarke.
Very large, 64 pages, photo illustrations, soft back. **Identification and location of the many different sorts of Underground station sign.

Price: 8.75

Underground Maps After Beck. Ref: L2069  


Roberts, M J.
Very large, squarish landscape, 112 pages, illustrated in colour, glazed boards. **Picks up where Garland's "Mr Beck's Underground Map" left off, to take the story of the London underground map from when Henry Beck's services were dispensed with to the present day. It is based on research in LT archives and museum - a detailed survey of major changes and the reasoning and political background which led to them.

Price: 18.95

Underground Train File: Surface Stock 1933 - 1959. Ref: L1540  


Hardy, B.
Medium, 120 pages, photo illustrations, stock lists, soft back.

Price: 10.95

Underground Train File: Tube Stock 1933 - 1959. Ref: L1039  


Hardy, B.
Medium, 96 pages, photo illustrations, stock lists, soft back.

Price: 9.95

Windsor To Slough. Ref: L1065  

A royal branch line. OL88.
Potts.
Medium, 288 pages, photos, map,plans etc, hard back

Price: 18.50

Wreck Of The Cromer Express. Ref: L1552  

The Colchester railway accident of 1913.
Connor, J E.
Medium, 56 pages, photo illustrations, soft back.

Price: 8.50

Yesterday Once More. Ref: L0583  

A Story Of Brighton Steam.
Rich.
Medium, 168 pages. Soft back.

Price: 13.95

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