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British Railway Infrastructure in Colour will appeal to a wide range of readers, from modellers who want to create an authentic layout on which to run their rolling stock, to those who simply want a better understanding of this significant, but seldom discussed aspect of the railway scene.
From the Booklaw (no. 33) Steam Memories : 1950's-1960's series. Includes Carlisle Citadel Station and Kingmoor, Upperby & Canal Locomotive Sheds.
Christopher Tanous describes in detail the unofficial start of his career as an amateur railwayman when he rode on and drove hundreds of steam and early diesel engines and worked many signal boxes, mainly in the London area.
From the Booklaw (no. 87) British Railway Diesel Memories series. A review of BRs early diesel fleet.
From the Booklaw (no. 41) Steam Memories series.
From the Booklaw (no. 3) Steam Motive Power Centres series - Derby Including the Locomotive Works, Engine Shed, Station & Stabling Points.
The 00 gauge ready-to-run market has changed dramatically over the past decade, with supreme levels of accuracy, detail, finish and mechanical performance now becoming the standard benchmark of all new models. As the hobby continues to blossom, an increasing range of steam, diesel and electric subjects now find themselves in the catalogues of the leading manufacturers.
From the Booklaw (no. 77) Steam Memories : 1950's-1960's series, East Coast Main Line : 6 covers the route Newcastle to Berwick-upon-Tweed.
From The Booklaw (no. 83) Steam Memories : 1950's-1960's series, East Coast Main Line : 8 covers the route Edinburgh to Aberdeen.
Diary of a railway recordist, photographer and journalist. An account of the sights and sounds of the last two years of commercial steam on British Railways from the detailed diaries of Cedric Greenwood. The author begins his story as a boy on the Great Western and Southern. Moving north to LMS country he sought to capture the whole repertoire of the sounds of steam freight and passenger operations plus the drone of vintage electric trains and tramcars, then also in their last years.