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New for June 

The Wensleydale Branch A New History
by Stanley C. Jenkins
Running for almost 40 miles across the former North Riding of Yorkshire, the Wensleydale line was one of the longest secondary routes on the North...more
£18.95 

The Wisbech & Upwell Tramway
by Peter Paye
Opened in 1883 the Wisbech and Upwell Tramway ran for over five miles slowly from Wisbech to Outwell and Upwell. Passenger services ceased in 1927...more
£20.95 

The Lincolnshire Potato Railways
by Stewart E. Squires
Although Lincolnshire is not a county normally associated with narrow gauge railways, the county had over 140 miles of track laid on farms in at least...more
£16.95 

Nottinghamshire’s Lost Railways
by Neil Burgess
Much of Nottinghamshire’s former railway network is unlikely to see a train again. Although many people mourn the loss of these lines, as the...more
£16.00 

Old East Preston
by Dorothy P. Lee
Dorothy Lee is a native of East Preston and despite the many changes it has seen (principally getting rid of old buildings and redeveloping the...more
£10.00 

The Dalmunzie Railway
by Roderick Dingwall
Bad weather for climbing Munros drove the author eastwards resulting in his chance encounter one day in 2001 with the remains of a narrow gauge...more
£10.00 

Old Redcar and Coatham
by Paul Chrystal
From medieval port to seaside resort Redcar has seen a lot of change, reflected in this collection of old photographs of the town and adjacent...more
£10.00 

Wheels Around Yorkshire
by Paul Chrystal
Wheels Around Yorkshire is a great collection of old photographs featuring, alas, wheels pretty well every type except a rotary club and a wheel...more
£10.00 

Old Yorkshire Country Life
by Paul Chrystal
This book’s title hopefully is a good start in explaining the subject matter. The author observes that as the UK’s biggest county...more
£10.00 

Old Shawlands and Newlands
by Sandra Malcolm
Horses, carts, trams a few pedestrians and the odd bicycle appear in the street scenes featured in this collection of these two, adjacent, Glasgow...more
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The Bristol FSF
by Steve Chislett
FSF stands for Flat floor, Short wheelbase with a Front entrance. Bristol FSFs were built by Bristol Commercial Vehicles at their Bristol factory...more
£35.00 
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New for April 

The Buses of Dumfries and Galloway in colour photographs by John Sinclair
by John Sinclair
A 1948 holiday at Lendalfoot sparked the interest of soon-to-be bus enthusiast, John Sinclair. To this seven year old the Ayrshire coast was bleak but...more
£10.00 
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New for March 

The Saffron Walden Branch
by Peter Paye
The Saffron Walden Branch traversed the undulating Essex countryside in that county’s north-west corner. When the town was bypassed by the...more
£18.95 

Exploring Dumfries & Galloway’s Lost Railway Heritage A Walker’s Guide
by Alasdair Wham
The railway era arrived in Dumfries and Galloway when the Caledonian Railway built what became the West Coast Main Line through Annandale and the...more
£16.00 
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New for February 

Wheel Specifications for the Modeller
by Mike Sharman
Mike Sharman’s beautifully engineered locomotives and rolling stock, performing impeccably on trackworks of intriguing complexity, have inspired...more
£10.00 

Old Grasmere and Rydal
by Neil Honeyman
Postcard collector, dealer and Lakeland historian, Neil Honeyman offers his fourth Cumbrian book for us. His love of the Lake District shines...more
£10.00 
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New for January 

‘Just Pots’ Chris Carter - A retrospective
by Stuart Dickens & Chris Carter
Good grief no, of course it isn’t just pots although this look back at Chris Carter’s career at 70 does indeed have many pictures of his...more
£25.00 


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