Railroad Atlas of North America on Sale
There are still a few copies remaining in stock which we are able to offer 25% off list price on this comprehensive series of books covering the USA and Canada.
Click here for details of all the titles in the series.
The sale of The History
Press titles continues with 25% off marked prices. The History
Press catalogue encompasses an enormous range of titles, from aviation, both military and civil, through to all aspects of maritime history, from fishing boats to cruise liners. With the history of Britain’s roads, including buses and trams, railways, canals and inland waterways sitting beside books on our industrial heritage, not forgetting our mining past, there is something to tempt any enthusiast, however casual.
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New Arrivals This Week:
BusesThink of Sussex Buses and almost automatically that means Southdown: think of locations and that means Brighton. Well, you will find plenty of pictures of both within these pages, but there is much more besides. Although Southdown was far and away the biggest cheese in Sussex, three other BET ... From the series Trams, Buses & Trolleybuses Past & Present
RailwaysBradshaw's timetables soon became iconic and an essential part of the nation's life. They have been admired ever since and here is an opportunity to savour aspects of life in the glorious 19th century. This issue includes railway timetables, coastal steamers, omnibus connections and fascinating ...
RailwaysMany of the valleys of the area had two parallel lines and consequently some unusual photographs were possible. These are featured, along with maps and diagrams to unravel the complex relationships and histories of these mainly industrial routes. From the series Midland Main Lines
BusesThis is the second volume in this series produced in a tribute format to the ABC Combined volumes published by Ian Allan. John Gilroy follows fellow enthusiast David Mather in bringing to print his memories of those now seemingly far off days, hanging off the ends of platforms, bridgesand similar ...
RailwaysAmongst Eastbourne's lesser known railways illustrated are those to the gas works and the Crumbles. The miniature electric tramway is also included. The story of the development of the coast line is fully portrayed and its effect on the growth of the district is shown by means of numerous maps. From the series South Coast Railways
We have added three more titles to our list of damaged items this week:
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