ModellingMost new garden railfarers come from a background of 'indoor scenic model railways and, naturally, they hope to produce a railway running through a believable landscape. The more traditional 'tracks on sticks' engineering, apart from looking unsightly, in fact bears no relation at all to any sort ...
RailwaysFrom the introduction: “This book is meant as a full and rounded history of a line which has not had one hitherto……It must be emphasised that this is a history of the Ashburton branch up to 1962……The Ashburton line in the preservation period is not covered at all.”
RailwaysVery much a labour of love, this painstakingly researched book gives a comprehensive account of this idyllic Derbyshire narrow gauge railway, a two foot gauge line just over seven miles long, which used to run from Clay Cross to the nearby village of Ashover. A wholly owned subsidiary of the Clay ...
RailwaysFeatures main line steam action in East & West Germany from the '60s to the present day.
Modelling, RailwaysBaseboards are the foundation of every model railway and if poorly made can lead to much frustration, disappointment, wasted time and money. Despite this, many modellers often skimp or rush their construction in their eagerness to get on with the more interesting parts of building a layout. This ... From the series Aspects of Modelling
Modelling, RailwaysThis is the first title in a brand new series from Ian Allan Publishing which will tackle a range of topics that are significant for modellers working in different areas of interest in this absorbing and wideranging hobby which embraces so many materials, scales and subjects. The series begins with ... From the series Aspects of Modelling
RailwaysThis programme looks at variuos aspects of GWR steam, from rare archive footage of Dukedogs to the GWR's flagship the Kings
RailwaysThe publication of this new and revised version brings back into print a much sought after book which has been unavailable far too long! The result of very many years of devoted hard work, this atlas presents, as accurately as possible, a map of the entire Great Western system as it stood in 1947. ...
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Road VehiclesA history of the Austin Pedal Cars, produced from the late 1940s through to 1971, by the Austin Motor Company. Truly the ultimate pedal car!
Road VehiclesOne of the most famous and numerous fire services ever established anywhere in the world, Britain's Auxillary Fire Service (the AFS) was a necessity during the dark days of World War II. Initially envisaged as part of the Air Raid Precautions Programme in February 1937, the home office issued a ... From the series Famous Fleets
AviationThis book was published in January 2002., and lists thousands of aviation related web sites. The book is arranged in three sections. The first section lists aviation sites in alphabetical order. The second section lists sites by category. Among the categories included are : Airlines, Airports, Air ...
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