Sheffield: Platform 5 Publishing / Inter-city Railway Society, 1985. 10th Edition. Stapled Card Covers. Near MINT/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0906579465 62 pages. 140g. Stapled soft card covers. Near MINT. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Duties for BR Shunters, Stabling Point data for all BR locos, multiple units and coaching stock. (Book ref. 13511) £6.00
The Long Haul : Trucking in America
London / New York.: Hamlyn, 1980. 1st U.K. Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 0600349551 180 pages. 1.14Kg. Black cloth boards FINE in a Near FINE d/w. Illustrated with over 130 colour and b/w photographs. A fresh and exciting look at the world of the long-distance trucker. Owing to the weight, extra shipping will be required. (Book ref. 13448) £12.00
STEAM TRAINS : A WORLD PORTRAIT.
1989. Colour Library Books. First. Book-Fine. Dj-fine, edgewear & chips. 12x11. 237pp. Profuse colour photos throughout. 1548g.. From Argentina to the Arctic Circle, the author has captured scenes of trains at work in colleries, hauling freight, transporting passengers, being serviced, and at rest in their rusty graveyards. Here there are the antiques that continue to earn their keep in the canefields of South America as well as the more recent monsters that pound the tracks of China's railways. (Book ref. 56943) £18.00
2000. Dorling Kindersley. First. Book-Fine. Dj-VG. 11x9. 168pp. Profuse colour & b/w photos throughout. 1074g. 0751306983. Opening with a comprehensive and lavishly illustrated history of the railways, this book explores the global impact trains have had since the first steam locomotive in 1804. It traces the development of the major types of passenger, freight, urban and special-purpose trains from around the world over the last 2 centuries. (Book ref. 56586) £18.00
TODAY'S RAILWAYS REVIEW OF THE YEAR VOLUME 2.
1988. Platform 5.. First. Book:Fine. Dj:Fine. 12x8.5. 144pp. Photos:Abundant b/w. Numerous colour. 846g. A comprehensive review and diary of railway events and developments during 1988 A superb photographic record plus detailed factual documentation. Encompasses all five British Rail operating sectors and a brief look at the continent. (Book ref. 55298) £15.00
THIRD REPORT from the SELECT COMMITTEE on ESTIMATES. Session 1948-49. DEPARTMENTAL REPLIES to REPORTS on CONSTRUCTION of LONDON AIRPORT and CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
London: HMSO, 1949. 15pp. 8vo. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary paper. HC 87. Neat library mark. A clean copy. (Book ref. 159195) £7.00
THE NEWQUAY BRANCH AND ITS BRANCHES
YEOVIL: OXFORD PUBLISHING CO (OPC), 1991. 1st. Cloth. VG/VG. 4to 0860934705 Well illustrated account of the Newquay branch in Cornwall with much coverage of the china clay trains. 192pp. VG copy in dw, inscription to front end-paper. (Book ref. 004701) £19.00
Southern Railway WTT Southern Div.Passenger & Freight
5th July 1931 ufn. 123pp,lacks original cvs.in brown card cvs.vg.Bournemouth,Southampton,Weymouth etc. (Book ref. 8608) £10.00
BR(LM) Western Division WTT Freight Section 7
September 26th 1949 ufn. cvs.det.vg copy. (Book ref. 8175) £10.00
British Railways Engineering 1948-80
London: Mechanical Engineering Publications, 1982 Hardback, first reprint, very good condition, in a very good unclipped dust-jacket, publisher's original blue clothboards with gilt blocking to spine, x + 636 pages including bibliography, appendix, index of engineers,general index, 242 b/w photo and line illustrations, b/w maps, heavy book - over 1.3kg----"Required reading for railwaymen and a 'must' for railway enthusiasts, but it also deserves to be read by every rail traveller who takes more than a passing interest in the trains in which he rides, the tracks on which they run, and the signals which control them." (Book ref. 3011) £25.00
FREIGHT TRAIN OPERATION FOR THE RAILWAY MODELLER
IAN ALLAN, 2006. 1st. Card. VG. 4to 0711031428 Modellers guide to the theory and practice of freight train operation on British railways in the steam era. 96pp, well illustrated. VG copy in card covers. (Book ref. 007843) £8.50
Private owner Freight wagons on British Rail, A pictorial survey.
Cornwall: D Bradford Barton, 1976. Decorated card covers. (Paperback) 64 pr. pages. Monochrome photographic illustrations throughout. Without inscription v/g+ (Book ref. 4574) £10.00
An ACCOUNT, ...., of the TRANSPORT TONNAGE now employed on Monthly Hire; stating the NAME and TONNAGE of each Vessel, the Rate of FREIGHT, and how and where employed; ....
London: House of Commons, 1822. 2pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 99. Transport Tonnage. Ordered to be Printed 20 March 1822. Thirty-six (36) named vessels. Parliamentary Papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A very clean copy. (Book ref. 158573) £7.00
Light Vans and Trucks, 1919-1939
London: Almark Publishing Co, 1977. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0855242620 Pictorial laminated Boards 96 pages, 400g. Pictorial laminated Boards FINE. Illustrated with b/w photographs. A pictorial history that covers vans up to 20cwt which were to be seen on Britain's roads between to the War years. (Book ref. 13207) £8.00
Cook's tours. the story of popular travel.
Poole: Blandford, 1982. 1st. VG+ brown cloth h/b with gilt lettering to spine; VG col illus price clipped d/w with some signs shelf wear. 19.5cms x 25.25cms, 192pp. Col frontis, col & b/w photos & illus throughout. 13 chaps, index. "Evolution of popular travel from 1850 to present day." Weight 849g. 0713711833. (Book ref. 1273) £6.50
Croyden.: The Fitzjames Press, 1989. 1st Edition. Soft Card Cover. Fine/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 0948358025 128 pages. 480g. Soft card covers FINE. Illustrated with b/w photographs plus fleet lists of most of the operators mentioned, with brief histories of the many UK based hauliers. (Book ref. 13179) £15.00
Hints on the Register Tonnage of Merchant Ships.
Liverpool: The Journal of Commerce., 1942. 2nd Edition. Cloth Cover. Very Good/No Dustwrapper. 12mo A book of 86 clean pages plus an index and ads. Text illustrated with diagrams and tables, 3 fold out. Bound in light green cloth covers with titles on the front. (Book ref. 028791) £8.00
Working Time Table of Freight Trains Between Camden, Chelford Loop and Coppenhall Junction and Branches. British Railways London Midland Region 2 October 1967 to 5 May 1968.
London: British Railways, 1968. 1st Edition. Stapled Card Covers. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 74 pages. 140g. Stapled soft card covers with covers and pages slightly darkened to edges. Very Good. (Book ref. 13135) £12.00
Working Time Table of Freight Trains Between Wellingborough and Toton and Branches. British Railways London Midland Region 6 March to 1 October 1967.
London: British Railways, 1967. 1st Edition. Stapled Card Covers. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 54 pages. 110g. Stapled soft card covers with covers and pages slightly darkened to edges. Very Good. (Book ref. 13134) £12.00
Working Time Table of Freight, Parcels and Departmental Services Between Horns Bridge, Washwood Heath and Barnt Green. Heyford, Ardley and Bordesley Jn and Branches. British Railways London Midland Region 4 May to 4 October 1970.
London: British Railways, 1970. 1st Edition. Stapled Card Covers. Near Fine/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall 116 pages. 200g. Stapled soft card covers a little rubbed Near FINE with contents and staples tight and clean. (Book ref. 13133) £10.00