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Activity Book NYMR  £4.00

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A fun-packed activity book bursting with fantastic facts and gorgeous illustrations. Designed and printed in North Yorkshire.

Adventures on Trains - Highland Falcon Thief  £7.99

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The Highland Falcon Thief. Adventures on Trains is a major mystery series from bestselling authors M.G. Leonard and Sam Sedgman. This is a breathless train journey full of deceptions, puzzles and clues to solve. Harrison Beck is reluctantly joining his travel-writer Uncle Nat for the last journey of the royal train, The Highland Falcon. But as the train makes its way to Scotland, a priceless brooch goes missing, and things are suddenly a lot more interesting. As suspicions and accusations run high among the passengers, Harrison begins to investigate and uncovers a few surprises along the way. Can he solve the mystery of the jewel thief and catch the culprit before they reach the end of the line? Hear whispers in the dining car, find notes in the library, and unknown passengers among the luggage as you help Harrison to solve the mystery aboard one of the world's grandest trains. Fast-paced and packed with illustrations and clues, Adventures on Trains is a stop you won't want to miss! 'A chuffing triumph' - The Times, Children's Book of the Week 'Like Murder on the Orient Express but better . . . a terrific read!' - Frank Cottrell Boyce, author of Millions. 'A first-class book' - Telegraph

Baby's Very First Train Book  £3.99

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A classic Usborne book - Baby's Very First Train by Fiona Watt. With delightful pictures and moving wheels!

Little Peter's Railway Surprise Goods  £2.99

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A bed-time story with a twist. A Secret goods train keeps breaking down and has to be rescued. There’s a funny ending when the children find out what is in the trucks! Peter and his Grandpa have built an amazing miniature steam railway between their houses; Woodland Cottage and Crossacres Farm. The line even runs to Yockletts Village where Peter goes to school. The locomotive, Fiery Fox, is a wonderful machine. Bright green and very powerful. Grandpa and Peter have spent countless happy hours building the railway and their other projects. They have had any adventures along the way. Peter’s little sister and brother, Kitty and Harry, are now getting old enough to enjoy the railway too. This is a story about them. Age range 3 to 6 years. Paperback, 32 pages with 12 watercolour pictures.

Peter's Railway A Big Smelly Bogie  £2.99

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A true story about an unlucky engine.Peter and Grandpa’s miniature railway runs between their houses, across the farm. The locomotive is Fiery Fox, which was made by Mr Esmond in his workshop. However Mr Esmond’s garden isn’t big enough for a railway, so he has lent the engine to Grandpa and Peter. It’s a wonderful machine and can haul heavy trains really fast on their smooth track. Now Mr Esmond has just finished his latest creation, a model of a goods engine from the old Glasgow & South Western Railway. It isn’t as fast as Fiery Fox, but is still very powerful. A near disaster reminds Grandpa of a true story from the old days. Age range 6 to 12 years. Paperback, 32 pages with 12 watercolour pictures.

Peter's Railway A Bit of Energy  £2.99

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A technical story book, based on the miniature railway. Grandpa tries to answer a tricky question about energy. Peter and his Grandpa have built an amazing miniature steam railway between their houses; Woodland Cottage and Crossacres Farm. The line even runs to Yockletts Village where Peter goes to school. The locomotive, Fiery Fox, is a wonderful machine. Bright green and very powerful. Apart from the pleasure of building the railway and other projects, Peter has loved learning so much about science and engineering. Grandpa always takes the time to answer questions, however tricky they may be... Age range 6 to 12 years. Paperback, 32 pages with 12 watercolour pictures.

Peter's Railway A Dark and Stormy Night  £2.99

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A crazy mistake leads to disaster. One of Grandpa’s amazing-but-true stories. Peter and his Grandpa have built an amazing miniature steam railway between their houses; Woodland Cottage and Crossacres Farm. The line even runs to Yockletts Village where Peter goes to school. The locomotive, Fiery Fox, is a wonderful machine. Bright green and very powerful, it can pull heavy trains along the line at high speed. They have even banked up the track on the bends so the trains can run really fast. After a mishap while doing some track maintenance, Grandpa remembers one of his amazing-but-true stories from an old railway. Age range 6 to 12 years. Paperback, 32 pages with 12 watercolour pictures.

Peter's Railway Book 1  £11.99

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Peter’s Railway is the story about a young boy who lives with his family in a cottage at the edge of his Grandpa’s farm. To make visiting each other more fun, Peter and Grandpa build a miniature steam railway. They have adventures along the way and use all sorts of machines and tools to help them in their great building project. When they are having a rest, Grandpa tells Peter some amazing-but-true stories from the old times on the railways. The books are illustrated with beautiful pictures by the railway artist, John Wardle. Book 1 in the series.

Peter's Railway Book 2 Moonlight Express  £11.99

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Peter's Railway and the Moonlight Express. Book 2 starts off with two railway adventures; on the farm railway and then a visit to the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway. There they see a turntable and decide that they should need one for their railway. Back at the farm, they build the turntable using parts from an old tractor. For Peter the great excitement of this book is learning to drive the engine, Fiery Fox. It is what he has been waiting for since they started to build the railway. Apart from one disastrous escapade, everything works as they intended.

Peter's Railway Book 3 Forgotten Engine  £11.99

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Peter's Railway and the Forgotten Engine. In the third book the line is extended to Yockletts Village. Peter and Grandpa tell Grandma that the extension is for her to go shopping, but they bank up the track so they can run the trains at high speed. Along the way the two heroes discover a long forgotten engine which they put back to work and Grandma has a hair-raising escape. To celebrate the opening of the new line, The Great Train Race is organised with lots of visiting locomotives. Who will win?