This Week's Sale Items
All Kingfisher Productions and Railway Recollections titles are now reduced by 20%.
Among the Kingfisher Productions titles is RMS Titanic - A Modern Legend. In this 48 page book David Hutchings recalls the impact that the liner made in shipping circles and the sweeping effect that the disaster had on a nation that had taken pride in its engineering prowess. The story from inception to the tragic end is told in eight fully illustrated chapters, with a colour centerpiece reproduction of Harley Crossley's painting of the stricken liner.
Railway Recollections titles include Barry Scrapyard Story. This documentary tells the fascinating story of Woodhams Yard; how it all began; why the locomotives were kept so long and how they were all brought and moved to new homes around Britain. An exclusive interview with Dai Woodham and professional archive film of the yard, together with preservationist's experiences in rebuilding a Barry locomotive, provide an insight into this incredible phenomenom.
We are also please to be able to offer 20% off rrp off selected titles from Capital Transport Publications and Vanguard Publications also a 10% discount on all Just Planes titles in our catalogue.
Looking for a Gift?
We have a number of limited edition watercolour prints by Stuart Burnley - an artist that both John and I have known for many years. These are currently available at a special price of only £9.95 - it's a long time to Christmas but now might be the time to do a little Christmas shopping!
New Arrivals this week
MaritimeA periodical offering a broad coverage of shipping history built around well-produced photographs. Contains excellent data on shipping fleets, their operation and vessels. From the series Ships in Focus Record
Railways, OtherThe history of the industrail monorails made by Road Machines Ltd., Metalair Ltd and Rail Machines Ltd.
RailwaysThe scenic joys of the North Coast of Wales are varied and often spectacular. Many can be appreciated better from the pages of an album than a train. So herein are multiple pleasures, as the evolution of the stations and the rolling stock can also be savoured.
RailwaysThe story begins in the early 19th century with the young George Bradshaw perfecting his skills as a cartographer, in the canal era. This he extended to railways as they began to expand and railway timetables were added to his output from 1839. Told herein is how he created a massive business with ...
RailwaysThis is one of our most requested programmes for re-release on DVD. This is a Wired for Sound cab-ride filmed on board D431 when it and D449 worked the ‘Celtic Hoovers' railtour from Glasgow Central to Crewe in September 2000. This trip took the two Class 50s back to their original LMR stamping ... From the series Wired for Sound
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