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Argueably the most comprehensive book written about the KWVR. Produced in 2018 by Mortons Media in celebration of 50 Years of the KWVR in preservation. This 'bookazine' is a must for all readers who have an interest in the Railway, covering every aspect of our wonderful railway.
Mark Bowling's book, Keighley & Worth Valley Railway Through Time takes a nostalgic look at our Railway taking the reader right back to the very earliest days, through Midland Railway, LMS and British Railways ownership through to preservation and the trains that operated around Keighley and up the Worth Valley to Oxenhope. Published in 2014, this book is well worth a read for anyone interested in the KWVR.
A recently updated, new look guide book, giving information about each station, and the Railway in general. Atmospheric photographs throughout.
Dark blue covered binder for storing 3 years’ worth of your Push and Pull magazines.
Mike Heath has been visiting and photographing the KWVR for over thirty years recording all aspects of the line, day and night, across all four seasons. This was Mike's first book, taking us on a photographic journey along the route.
Available at £7.99, a discount of £5 off the recommended retail price.
Mike Heath’s pocket size album takes us you on a photographic journey along the route starting alongside the BR station at Keighley and climbing through the diverse West Yorkshire landscape to the line's terminus at Oxenhope, highlighting the magnificent Bronte countryside and the affect that the changing seasons and weather have on it and features the many and varied events that the railway holds.
An 80 page softback album showcasing the achievements of the KWVR. These two volumes - Part 1 of which is now in stock - illustrate the photographs of Dave Collier and son Ben, compiled by them.
The third edition of the book, compiled by long standing volunteer, Jim Shipley, with many exclusive photographs and anecdotes about the filming of the 1970 version of The Railway Children on the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway.