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New for November 

Old Cuckfield
by David Jamieson
New for October 

The Old Union Canal
by Guthrie Hutton
Scottish canals expert Guthrie Hutton has finally produced a long-awaited new book on the Union Canal, which goes from the heart of Edinburgh to the...more

Bygone Chipping Norton
by Bernard Byrom
If your family has lived in Chipping Norton for a few generations you are bound to see a few ancestors amongst this collection of mainly social...more

Getting the Train The History of Scotland’s Railways
by David Ross
Railway historian David Ross, author of large historical works on no less than five of Scotland’s pre-grouping railway companies, has compiled a...more

Bygone Kilmacolm
by John Fyfe Anderson
This Renfrewshire small town has its origins in the 13th century although most development took place in the Victorian era. The book follows the usual...more

British Post-War Airliners An A to Z of UK Aircraft 1945-2000
by Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume
This was originally intended to be one volume but became so vast that instead it compliments British Post-War Airliners A History of Commercial...more
New for September 

British Post-War Airliners A History of Commercial Aircraft 1945-2000
by Arthur W. J. G. Ord-Hume
This volume complements the even larger British Post-War Airliners An A to Z of UK Aircraft 1945-2000. Pitched somewhere between diatribe...more

Old Workington
by Keith Wallace
This is a sumptuously illustrated book of old photographs of this West Cumbrian town. Ironworks, the shipyard, the harbour, and the brewery are...more

The Country Houses, Castles and Mansions of Stirlingshire and Clackmannanshire
by John Hood
Packed with illustrations, chock full of detail this is a well-researched book that should be on the bookshelf of every local historian interested...more

The Freshwater, Yarmouth & Newport Railway
by R. J. Maycock & R. Silsbury
New softback edition with minor revisions. The history of this company is described in detail and is accompanied by maps, drawings and photographs...more
New for June 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Old Shawlands and Newlands
by Sandra Malcolm
Horses, carts, trams, a few pedestrians and the odd bicycle appear in this wee book on these two, adjacent, Glasgow southside districts. It’s...more

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

Yorkshire’s Days of Steam
by Paul Chrystal
An ecclectic mix of railway-related photographs pertaining to Yorkshire in the days of steam as the title might suggest! The author is a...more

The Edinburgh Horse Tram: Nineteenth to Twenty-First Century
by Alan W. Brotchie
The horse tram evolved from the horse buses of the 1830s and the later steam buses, commencing operation in November 1871. Many books get dubbed in...more
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
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

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
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

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
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

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