Forthcoming price rise
We've been advised by Middleton Press that from 1st April their traditional titles will all increase in price from £15.95 to £16.95. Recently printed or reprinted volumes are already coming through at the new price so if you are contemplating purchasing any of their titles it is probably worth browsing their list sooner rather than later.
The History Press
The sale of The History
Press titles continues with 25% off marked prices.
We're down to our last few copies of Vanguard Publications Photo File series.
AviationExtensively researched, this detailed illustrated stury of US Army and Naval air forces covers the programmes that contributed to rapid development in all aspects of bomber design during the war.
RailwaysNow in its 28th year British Railways Locomotives & Coaching Stock contains a complete listing of all locomotives, coaching stock and multiple units that run on Britain's mainline railways with full owner, operation, livery and depot allocation information for every vehicle. Also includes the ... From the series British Railways Pocket Books
RailwaysWork on the 33rd ‘Traction' programme is well underway and although we are currently wrestling with the welcome problem of what to leave out! Covering the period July 1st to December 31st, this one looks set to rival T2011 Part 1 for interest and variety, so here's a small taster of what's in ... From the series The Tape Of The Year
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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
Railways, WaterwaysGermany Switzerland and Austria share the Bodensee. The German/Swiss main railway line runs along the south shore through the town of Rorschach where local rail company THURBO runs a secondary line to the resort of Romanshorn and on to Kreuzlingen and Konstanz. Konstanz is probably THE place to ... From the series Ticket To Ride
RailwaysAn all new 96 page colour photograph album depicting the 1970s with coverage of both diesel electric and hydraulics from that great period of change on our railways. The captions include items of news, culture, music and personalities of the era to bring back the memories of youth. From the series Seventies Spotting Days
RailwaysSignalman's Nightmare is the third volume of Adrian Vaughan's memories of his career on the Western Region of British Railways. The book begins in 1962 at Challow and starts with a confession of his terrible contravention of the regulations brought about by an intense desire not to delay a ...
RailwaysIn Signalman's Twilight, the second part of his trilogy, Adrian continues the story of his railway life in rural West Berkshire, moving from Uffington signal box to that at Challow early in 1962. The Western Region of British Railways was still, very much, Great Western Railway in spirit. The ...
RailwaysThis DVD features coverage of:- We call it the “Mayo Metro”, the intense service now running in the West. Farewell to the NIR 450 class as they thump away in their final months, We say good by to the South Wexford line as it ekes out its last weeks, Network Notes observes the new Enterprise livery ... From the series Irish Rail Review
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
Railways, WaterwaysWelcome to Switzerland. Our exploration starts at Bellinzona - UNESCO town famed for its three castles. There is not much flat land in this part of Switzerland so the Ticino delta has developed into an industrial area with facilities for MIGROS, the Coop, MANOR, Holcim, and others- all are ... From the series Ticket To Ride
Railways, WaterwaysSwitzerland is unique in Europe, as it has a single wagon rail-freight network linking every major community in the country, and important manufacturing centres. We examine this network with the help of MIGROS, one of the major supermarket chains in the country, and one of SBB Cargo's biggest ... From the series Ticket To Ride
RailwaysFootage of the various locomotives on this railway some of them from the 1930s through to footage of them in today's action
RailwaysWith the plethora of main line and branch line steam film footage from the 1960s, the co-existing but equally fascinating industrial steam scene in Britain is often neglected. It is easy to forget that it continued until around 1980. Although we have featured some scenes of industrial steam in ...
RailwaysAn all new 160 page colour photograph album depicting the British Railway's Diesel and Electric era with coverage of many different classes of locomotives from that great period of change on our railways. Locations within this volume include; Swindon, Doncaster, Old Oak Common, Derby, Rugby, ...
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