Fenwick, Keith: Great North of Scotland Railway Carriages
Book Number: 016474
Lightmoor Press Lydney, Gloucestershire 2009 148 pages colour and b/w photos line drawings - The Great North of Scotland Railway was a compact system which served the north east corner of Scotland from its headquarters in Aberdeen. Its coaching stock reflected the Company’s chequered development and the perpetual need to keep expenditure to a minimum. Progress in coach design lagged behind many other parts of the country. The majority of passengers were still being conveyed in 4- and 6-wheelers at the time of the grouping, but the bogie coaches for more important services were among the best appointed of their time.