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Aberdeenshire's Lost Railways
In keeping with the format of our other lost railway books, this volume contains a selection of excellent historic photographs of stations and rolling stock, this time featuring...
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Angus & Kincardineshire's Lost Railways
Dundee had one of the earliest railway systems in Scotland (dating from the 1830s), and by the early 1900s a network of lines served virtually every town and village in Angus and...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Last Days of Steam
An album of steam-era images by railway photographer Bill Smith, who also wrote the accompanying captions. Locations featured include: Crianlarich Upper, Craigendoran Upper, Helensburgh...
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Argyll and the Highlands' Lost Railways
At the height of the railway era, the Scottish Highlands had a total of 183 railway stations, serving some of the most remote parts of the United Kingdom. Road transport was virtually...
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Banff, Moray & Nairn's Lost Railways
From over a hundred stations between them, Banff, Moray and Nairn now have just four. During the late nineteenth century fishing, agriculture, tourism and whisky fuelled the rapid...
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Border Counties Railway Through Time
The Border Counties Railway ran from the old railway village of Riccarton Junction on the Waverley Route across the Border and through Northumberland to Hexham. Partly intended...
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Borders' Last Days of Steam
Now that the Waverley line may finally be reopened, the Borders could soon enjoy the convenience of a railway once again. But in the meantime, this book recalls the line and the...
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Bradshaw's Guide Scotland's Railways: West Coast - Carlisle
Bradshaw's Guide of 1863 was the staple book to what's what and where's where for the mid-Victorians and it gives the reader a unique insight into the world of the nineteenth century...
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Caledonian, The: Scotland's Imperial Railway
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Callander & Oban Railway Through Time
Construction on the Callander & Oban Railway began in 1866, but because of the mountain terrain through which the line passed, especially at Glen Ogle and Loch Awe, the line did...
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Castle & the Bear
A short history of the Edinburgh based railway company (which also had a few lines in England, mainly in Northumberland) from its inception in the 1840s until Grouping in 1923...
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Central Scotland's Last Days of Steam
Another superb collection of 1950s and 1960s photos taken through the lens of W. A. C. Smith, who has also selected the photos and written the text. Locations featured include...
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Coal Not Dole
In 1984 the National Coal Board announced a reduction in coal output that amounted to the loss of twenty pits and 20,000 jobs. The National Union of Mineworkers saw this as an...
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Dalmunzie Railway, The
Historical photographs of the Dalmunzie Railway.
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Discovering Scotland's Lost Local Lines
Following on from his successful first book on Discovering Scotland's Lost Railways, railway author and photographer Julian Holland sets off again to discover the hidden secrets...
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Discovering Scotland's Lost Railways
The mid to late nineteenth century was a boom period for railway building in Scotland. Many lines were built, often through sparsely populated areas and with over-optimistic forecasts...
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Dumfries & Galloway's Last Days of Steam
This richly illustrated book features black and white photographs of steam engines from the Dumfries and Galloway regional lines, with detailed captions for each picture which...
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Dumfries & Galloway's Lost Railways
During the railway network's heyday in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Dumfries and Galloway was served by dozens of stations, many of them on the 'Paddy Line'...
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Edinburgh Trams Through Time
Disruption, delays, travel chaos, fierce debate and financial woe have been regular newspaper headlines since Edinburgh announced plans to bring back trams. Edinburgh's first tramway...
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Edinburgh's Trams, The Last Years Volume 1 - The North
Richard Wiseman's photographs of Edinburgh's tramways were taken between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16 November 1956. This volume covers the routes...
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Edinburgh's Trams, the Last Years Volume 2 - The South
Richard Wiseman's photographs of Edinburgh's tramways were taken between 1952 and 1955, shortly before the network's closure on 16 November 1956. This volume covers the routes...
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Eyemouth Branch, The
This short railway, just under three miles in length, linked the fishing port of Eyemoith in the old Scottish Borders county of Berwickshire with the East Coast Main Line at Burnmouth...
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Fife's Last Days of Colliery Steam
In 1947 almost six million tons of coal were produced by the 32 pits and collieries in Fife. Almost 20,000 worked in the industry. Integral to the effort were 57 steam locomotives...
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Fife's Last Days of Steam (Stenlake)
From the magnificence of the Forth Bridge to the beauty of the (now closed) coastal route from Leven to St Andrews, Fife has a rich rail heritage. The railways served the county's...
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Fife's Lost Railways
This richly illustrated book features black and white photographs of trains and tracks in the Kingdom of Fife, with detailed captions of each picture. Perfect for any rail enthusiast...
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Fife's Railways Remembered
In this, his second book on Fife’s railways, local enthusiast and photographer Michael Mather delves into the past with a selection of photographs mainly from the 1950s and 1960s...
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Flying Scotsman
Think of the Golden Age of Steam and one train leaps to mind above all others: the Flying Scotsman, Nigel Gresley’s elegant masterpiece of a locomotive. She broke the world speed...
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Flying Scotsman
Everyone knows the name Flying Scotsman but not everyone knows the history of this world-famous locomotive. Here Baldwin takes the reader on a railway journey through time, beginning...
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Flying Scotsman Pocket Book
The LNER Class A3 Pacific locomotive No. 4472 'Flying Scotsman' is one of the world's most iconic steam engines. It was built in 1923 for the London and North Eastern Railway at...
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Flying Scotsman Story
Few locomotives are as widely known or excite so much interest as the Flying Scotsman. Designed by Sir Nigel Gresley in 1923, the locomotive became a flagship for the LNER and...
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