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The Bishop’s Stortford Dunmow & Braintree Branch
Paye, Peter      
Oxford Publishing Company Headington, Oxford, UK 1981 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 210 Pages with Black/White Photos, Drawings, Tables and Maps  Good/No Jacket
Price: $30.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020136  Bookseller:   
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Railroads of Nevada & Eastern California Volume.1
Myrick, David F.      
ISBN: 0831070331
Howell North USA 1963 Edition: Second Printing  Hard Cover 450 Pages with Black/White Photos unpaginated  Very Good/Fair
Price: $120.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 9738  Bookseller:   
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The Saffron Walden Branch
Paye, Peter      
ISBN: 0860931072
Oxford Publishing Co. Yeovil, Somerset, England 1981 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 170 Pages with Black/White Photos, Drawings and Tables.  Good/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 11265  Bookseller:   
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Narrow Gauge Branch Lines: Devon Narrow Gauge Featuring the Lee Moor Tramway
Dart, Maurice      
ISBN: 9781906008093
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 2007 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos and Maps. The vast variety of mineral resources in the county gave rise to a diverse series of minor railways to convey them. Long and short, their unusual characteristics are illustrated herein. Probably least known was one on Lundy Island, although the military lines were once well kept secrets. Also included in detail are the growing number of tourist lines, all shown as being worthy of a visit.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020153  Bookseller:   
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Narrow Gauge Branch Lines: Corris and Vale of Rheidol- From Machynlleth and Aberystwyth
Mitchell, Vic      
ISBN: 9781906008659
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 2009 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos. The Corris started as a tramroad, mostly adjacent to the highway and mainly for the conveyance of slate. It evolved into an unusual passenger railway with great charm and part of it is being lovingly restored. The Vale of Rheidol route to Devil's Bridge has equally attractive environs and survived several changes to continue to convey countless admirers. All eras of these fascinating byways are illustrated in the leisurely journey on both historic lines.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020154  Bookseller:   
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A History of the Faringdon Branch & Uffington Station
Vaughan, Adrian      
ISBN: 0902888463
Oxford Publishing Co. Yeovil, Somerset, England 1979 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 182 Pages with Black/White Photos, Drawings and Tables.  Good/No Jacket
Price: $20.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020137  Bookseller:   
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Photographer Profile - Ron Lennard - American Interlude 1955
Sargent, John & Tate, Neil & Badaway, Emile      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2001 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - isbn inside is 1876249587 - As Ron Lennard toured the U.S. in 1955 he watched a GS4 of the Southern Pacific roar out of town,Cab forwards of the S.P. and also photographed engines of the Union Pacific, those mammoth Big Boys and Challengers, turbines of the new era, streamlined P7 Pacific from the B&O and a famous J class 4-8-4 of the Norfolk & Western.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: THH-RL  Bookseller:   
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The Branch Line Age
Gammell, Christopher John      
ISBN: 0903485389
Moorland Publishing Company Stafford, England 1976 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 96 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Good/Fine
Price: $25.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 5302  Bookseller:   
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Branch Line to Selsey
Mitchell, Vic & Smith, Keith      
ISBN: 0906520045
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 1991 Edition: Reprint  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos. This album shows in pictorial form the story of the local line whose coming brought about the greatest period of development and prosperity the locality had ever known. It illustrates a quaint and unique tramway, portraying fully its charm and eccentric methods of operation. Every locomotive and type of coach is shown, together with track plans of each station.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $20.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 9403  Bookseller:   
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Locomotives in the Tropics Volume:1 Revised Edition Queensland Railways 1864-1910
Armstrong, John      
Australian Railway Historical Society (QLD) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 2017 Edition: Revised  Soft Cover 128 Pages with Colour Photos & Drawings.  New/No Jacket
Price: $48.00 (AUD)
Book Number: A00042  Bookseller:   
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Narrow Gauge at War 2
Taylorson, Keith      
ISBN: 1871980291
Plateway Press Norwich, Norfolk, England 1996 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 116 Pages with Black/White Photos and Maps. This 116 page book tells the story of narrow gauge railways "between 1916-1918 during World War I. They were the lifeline for millions of men in the trenches of France and Belgium, transporting ammunition and supplies from standard gauge railheads to the front lines. This second volume of 'Narrow Gauge at War" continues the story of the War Department Light Railways, and its Australian, British and Canadian Light Railway Operating Companies, on the Western Front and further afield - in Italy, the Balkans and the Middle East. Using contemporary reportage, numerous illustrations and specially drawn maps, this book provides a further tribute to the narrow gauge railway's 'Finest Hour'." The Introduction is written in English, French, and German.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $40.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 14345  Bookseller:   
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Branch Line to Tenterden
Mitchell, Vic & Smith, Keith      
ISBN: 0906520215
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 1988 Edition: Reprint  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos, Tables and Maps. The Kent & East Sussex Railway was one of a number of minor railways to be managed by Colonel Stephens in his inimitable way. Despite the antiquated locomotives and coaches, the perilous track and the minimal signalling, the line became a significant chapter in railway history. All its unique features are fully illustrated in this popular album.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $20.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 012071  Bookseller:   
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The Watlington Branch
Holden, John Stewart      
ISBN: 0902888412
Oxford Publishing Co. Yeovil, Somerset, England 1974 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 120 Pages with Black/White Photos, Scale Drawings and Maps  Good/No Jacket
Price: $25.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 6853  Bookseller:   
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Narrow Gauge Branch Lines: Kent Narrow Gauge
Mitchell, Vic & Smith, Keith      
ISBN: 1901706451
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 2000 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos & Maps. An astonishing variety of narrow gauge railways once added interest to the Garden of England. This volume contains a selection of industrial systems (cement, gravel, paper and others), the principal military ones and a range of passenger carrying lines. There is a special feature on the much admired Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $25.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020148  Bookseller:   
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The Calne Branch
Tanner, G      
ISBN: 0902888072
Oxford Publishing Co. Yeovil, Somerset, England 1972 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 64 Pages with Black/White Photos and Maps.  Good/No Jacket
Price: $15.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 14280  Bookseller:   
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Britian’s Light Railways
Scott-Morgan, John      
ISBN: 0861901460
Moorland Publishing Company Stafford, England 1985 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 144 Pages with Black/White Photos  Good/Good
Price: $48.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 13343  Bookseller:   
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Branch Line to Hawkhurst
Mitchell, Vic & Smith, Keith      
ISBN: 0906520665
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 1989 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 96 Pages with Black/White Photos and Maps. Engineered by H.F.Stephens, this charming railway byway had the steep gradients, sharp curves and minimal buildings so characteristic of his lines. The photographs and maps in this album enable the armchair traveller to imagine the joy of a leisurely journey in ageing coaches through this tranquil part of the Garden of England.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $30.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020150  Bookseller:   
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Sydney’s Forgotten City Railways - Central Museum St James Town Hall Wynyard Circular Quay North Sydney
Oakes, John      
ISBN: 0909650608
Australian Railway Historical Society (NSW) Redfern, NSW, Australia 2003 Edition: Revised  Soft Cover 64 pages b/w photos  New/No Jacket
Price: $15.00 (AUD)
Book Number: AANS-032  Bookseller:   
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Colonel Stephens: Insights Into the Man and His Empire
Shaw, Philip & Mitchell, Vic      
ISBN: 1904474624
Middleton Press Midhurst, West Sussex, UK 2005 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 192 Pages with Black/White Photos, Tables and Maps. One of the most versatile railway engineers of the early 20th century, Holman Fred Stephens became the ultimate authority on light railways, helping to create many memorable minor lines. This volume looks at aspects of his unusual life and some notable features of his unique network, much of which was later described as bucolic.  As New/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020144  Bookseller:   
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Immortal Rails Volume 2 1964-1983: The story of the Closure and Revival of the Ffestiniog Railway 1939-1983
Johnson, Peter      
ISBN: 1900622092
RailRomances Chester, Cheshire, UK 2005 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 224 Pages with Black/White & Colour Photos with Tables.  Very Good/Good
Price: $120.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020133  Bookseller:   
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Irish Railways Since 1916
Baker, Michael H. C.      
ISBN: 0711002827
Ian Allan Ltd Runnymede, Surrey, England 1972 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 224 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Very Good/Good
Price: $70.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020135  Bookseller:   
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The West Clare Railway
Taylor, Patrick      
ISBN: 187198016X
Plateway Press Norwich, Norfolk, England 1994 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 224 pp. profusely illustrated in black and white photographs.- Full length 'standard' history of the 3ft gauge railway in the west of Ireland, connecting Ennis with Kilrush and Kilkee. In operation from 1892 to 1961, the West Clare led an exciting life, the everlasting struggle for financial survival supplemented by battles against ferociuos weather, and attacks by the IRA during the 'Troubles'. The railway was the setting for the celebrated incident invloving the entertainer Percy French, immortalised in the ballad "Are Ye Right There, Michael?' Lavishly illustrated with photographs, drawings (to 7mm scale), maps and 'period' artwork, with a full colour cover carrying a specially commissioned painting.  Very Good/Fine
Price: $60.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020130  Bookseller:   
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Modelling Historic Architecture
Bidwell, Derek      
ISBN: 0902835157
The Historical Model Railway Society United Kingdom 1998 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 70 pages colour and b/w photos line drawings - Society member Derek Bidwell is a professional modelmaker. In this book he reveals the techniques he has developed over his lifetime for the construction oftrue-to-life historic buildings. His methods can be used in all scales, and for all forms of model building, whether they be for part of a model railway, warfare diorama or even doll's houses! He lovingly describes how he models brick, stone and wooden structures, how he makes their windows and roofs and finally how he adds such intricate details as interior decoration or opening doors and windows.This book is essential reading for all those wanting to construct high quality model buildings.   Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 016298  Bookseller:   
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Railway Moods: The Ffestiniog Railway
Thomas, Cliff      
ISBN: 9781841146003
Halsgrove Somerset, UK 2007 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 144 Pages with Colour Photos. The 1ft 111/2ins gauge Ffestiniog Railway is a line of immense historic significance. Originally built to transport slate from the quarries around Blaenau Ffestiniog to the harbour at Porthmadog it was both hugely successful and renowned worldwide for innovation. By 1950, however, it was a scene of dereliction – until enthusiasts gained control. Today it is a major tourist attraction and most would agree is the leading preserved narrow gauge railway in Britain – while continuing with its record of innovation including the construction of new locomotives. The Ffestiniog Railway holds major gala events and is visited by many locomotives from other railways. All of this variety and colour is captured within the pages of this magnificent book, continuing over 140 full-colour images. Not the least of its glories is the peerless landscape through which the route runs, from the top of a mile-long sea wall, through the hills of Snowdonia and skirting the rooftops of houses as it approaches the slate town of Blaenau. This is contrasted with glimpses behind the scenes in the line’s workshops. The Ffestiniog Railway is now in the midst of a task arguably more massive than its own revival as it leads the reconstruction of a long-defunct neighbour, the Welsh Highland Railway. A section of the book examines this huge project, bringing the Ffestiniog Railway story bang-up-to-date. Cliff Thomas worked for several years as Heritage Railways’ News Editor for the former magazine Railway World, and in early 2001 he joined the team of contributors to The Railway Magazine for which he reports on standard and narrow gauge steam news and is a feature writer. He has also written on the current narrow gauge scene for Narrow Gauge World since issue 1 of that title and is the editor of the NGmodelling section of that title. His photographic and written work has also appeared on a freelance basis in a wide range of other magazines and publications. Cliff has been an Executive Committee member and Director of the Leighton Buzzard Narrow Gauge Railway for many years and is the founding Chairman of the Greensand Railway Museum Trust   Good/Good
Price: $15.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020127  Bookseller:   
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Immortal Rails Volume 1: The story of the Closure and Revival of the Ffestiniog Railway 1939-1983
Johnson, Peter      
ISBN: 1900622084
RailRomances Chester, Cheshire, UK 2004 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 224 Pages with Black/White & Colour Photos with Tables.  Very Good/Very Good
Price: $110.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020129  Bookseller:   
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Railway Moods: The Welshpool & Llanfair Railway
Heath, Mike      
ISBN: 9781841145327
Halsgrove Tiverton, Devon, United Kingdom 2006 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 144 Pages with Colour Pages. Opened in 1903 the introduction of a light narrow gauge railway connecting the town of Llanfair Caereinion with the main Cambrian Railway's network at Welshpool brought about a major change for life in the surrounding countryside. Local industry and farming was transformed as a result of this much quicker, and more economic, method of exporting produce and importing necessary supplies. Passenger traffic was never particularly heavy and that service ceased in 1931. Goods traffic struggled on benefiting from a mini revival during the Second World War, surviving until competition from the improving road system brought about cessation of all services in 1956. That would have been the end of the story but for a band of local people who had fallen in love with the line and were determined to save it. Starting with very limited resources they set about the restoration of the line and the superb events that were held to celebrate the railway's centenary in 2003 bear testament to the tremendous success that has been achieved. For nearly ten years Mike Heath has been visiting the line and the beautifully landscaped mid-Wales countryside through which it passes, attending many of the special events held there, throughout all seasons day and night. In his latest photographic journey he has sought to show why this line, which is often missed by travellers heading for more well known destinations, is well worthy of a day out all to itself! With 140 photographs in full colour, this book is a fitting celebration of this wonderful line in a glorious landscape.  Very Good/Good
Price: $15.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020128  Bookseller:   
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The Chronicles of Pendre Sidings: A Personal Account of the First Railway Preservation Society in the World
Bate, John L.H      
ISBN: 190062205X
RailRomances Chester, United Kingdom 2002 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 264 Pages with Black/White Photos and Scale Drawings.  Very Good/Good
Price: $85.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020131  Bookseller:   
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The West Clare Railway: An Irish Railway Pictorial
Taylor, Joe      
ISBN: 1857801229
Midland Publishing Limited Leicester, England 2002 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 64 Pages with Black/White Photos  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $30.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020125  Bookseller:   
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The County Donegal Railways Companion: A Handbook For Railway Modellers and Historians
Crombleholme, Roger      
ISBN: 1857802055
Midland Publishing Limited Hinckley, Leics, England 2005 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 112 Pages with Black/White Photos and Scale Drawings. Handbook for modellers etc - with ephasis on the locos, rolling stock and structures of the CDJC  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020124  Bookseller:   
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The County Donegal Railway: An Irish Railway Pictorial
Flanders, Steve      
ISBN: 1857800540
Midland Publishing Limited Leicester, England 1996 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 64 Pages with Black/White Photos.This is a new edition of Dr EM Patterson s first volume on the history of the narrow-gauge railways of North-West Ireland, originally published in 1962. The County Donegal Railways had a route of 124 miles, five termini and three junction stations. For the most part they traversed hilly and thinly-populated country and for two generations they were a busy and efficient operation. This edition adds a valuable chapter of interviews and memories of some of the surviving workers and others who had contact with the railway. It also includes a chapter on the County Donegal Railway today (as over 50 years after closure, much can still be seen of the former network), and some additional Glover drawings of locomotive, carriage and wagon stock  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020123  Bookseller:   
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The Cavan & Leitrim Railway: The Last Decade - An Irish Railway Pictorial
Ferris, Tom & Flanagan, Patrick      
ISBN: 1857800737
Midland Publishing Limited Leicester, England 1997 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 64 Pages with Black/White Photos.This book recalls one of Ireland''s best loved narrow gauge lines. The photographic record is to a high standard and many of the pictures in the book are being published for the first time.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020122  Bookseller:   
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Sligo Leitrim & Northern Counties Railway - an Irish Railway Pictorial
Sprinks, Neil      
ISBN: 1857801121
Midland Publishing Ltd Hinckley, Leics, England 2001 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 80 pages profusely illustrated b/w photos - The SLNCR was a remarkable concern in many ways. The last standard gauge railway in these islands to retain its independence, latterly all its locomotives, which only ever had names - they were never given numbers, were of the unusual 0-6-4 tank type, and all were built by Beyer Peacock in Manchester. It was also a diesel pioneer, railbuses and a railcar operated most of the passenger service from the 1930s onwards. The line's single track connected Sligo, on the west coast, to Enniskillen. Never prosperous, the SLNCR relied heavily on its powerful neighbour, the Great Northern, which it joined at Enniskillen, as an outlet for its traffic, of which livestock was a major component. Ironically, it was the demise of these GNR lines, which precipitated the closure of the SLNCR in 1957. The book takes a gentle photographic ramble along the course of the line, lingering at the wayside stations. Many aspects of the system are explored including its locomotives, passenger and goods stock, signalling and the company's bus services. Examples of timetables, tickets and other SLNCR ephemera are also recorded. The memory of this delightful, singular, quirky, this somehow quintessentially Irish railway system, is beautifully evoked in the book's superb collection of photographs, which mostly date from the last 20 years of the line's existence. The sixth title in Midland's successful and acclaimed Irish Railway Pictorial series; Covers a line which is known to many but on which Iittle has been published over the years; The photographs and station plans will be be of interest to modellers looking for interesting and unusual prototypes; The same excellent review coverage, which the other titles in the series have received, is anticipated on publication; The book will receive strong local promotion in the counties in Ireland once served by the railway  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $52.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020121  Bookseller:   
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Bradshaw’s Railway Manual 1923
Not Stated      
Peter Kay Devon, England  Edition: Reprint  Soft Cover 630 Pages with Tables.  Good/No Jacket
Price: $30.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020126  Bookseller:   
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Modelling Irish Railways
Johnson, Stephen & O'rouke, Allan      
ISBN: 1857801857
Midland Publishing Ltd Hinckley, Leics, England 2004 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 88 pages colour photos - Interest in Irish railways is on the increase and with it the appearance of more Irish layouts at model railway exhibitions. This publication shows how to create both broad and narrow gauge layouts, from a simple single line station to more complex junctions. Advice on signalling, operation and timetabling and many other aspects of modelling are provided, resulting in an invaluable and rare insight into this challenging and new area for railway modellers. 101 colour and 32 b/w photos.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $45.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020120  Bookseller:   
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The Great Western Railway: 150 Glorious Years
WHITEHOUSE, Patrick.B & Thomas, David St John      
ISBN: 0862880661
Greenwich Editions London, England 1995 Edition: Second Edition  Hard Cover 208 Pages with Colour, Balck/White Photos and Scale Drawings. This text celebrates 150 years of the Great Western Railway retelling in words and pictures the full story of this extraordinary institution, with contributions from experts in all fields including many who worked on the line. Every aspect of the line's history is covered, including the locomotives, branch lines, summer Saturday peak traffic, GWR narrow guage and other operations.  Very Good/Good
Price: $40.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020118  Bookseller:   
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The Ironstone Railways and Tramways of the Midlands
Tonks, Eric S.      
Locomotive Publishing Co Ltd Surrey, England 1961 Edition: Second Impression (Revised)  Hard Cover 316 Pages with Black/White Photos, Line Drawings and Maps  Good/Fair
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020117  Bookseller:   
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Railways in Ireland Part One: Great Norther, SL&NC, Lough Swilly, County Donegal, Cavan & Leitrim, Clogher Valley, C&VB
Bairstow, Martin      
ISBN: 1871944317
Martin Bairstow Farsley, Leeds, United Kingdom 2006 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 112 Pages with Black/White Photos & Maps  Good/No Jacket
Price: $35.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020115  Bookseller:   
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Railways in Ireland Part Two: Belfast & County Down, Northern Counties, Giants Causeway, Dundalk, Newry & Greeone, Ballycastle, Belfast Tramways, Cross Channel Shipping
Bairstow, Martin      
ISBN: 9781871944334
Martin Bairstow Farsley, Leeds, United Kingdom 2007 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 120 Pages with Black/White Photos & Maps.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $40.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020114  Bookseller:   
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In the Tracks of the West Clare Railway
Lenihan, Edmund      
ISBN: 085342909X
Mercier Press Dublin, Ireland 1999 Edition: Second Edition  Soft Cover 246 Pages with Black/White Photos. In the Tracks of the West Clare Railway is at once a history of a famous railway; the last of the Irish narrow-gauge lines; a tourist's guide to a relatively little-known part of Clare; a record of a walking journey along what remains of the line from Ennis to Kilee/Kilrush; and a tribute to the people and county of Clare. Although trains are unlikely to ever again run between Ennis and Kilkee, the legend of this little branch line of the railway system will live on as long as there are people who look back fondly on the past.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $25.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 020113  Bookseller:   
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Great North of Scotland Railway Carriages
Fenwick, Keith      
ISBN: 9781899889419
Lightmoor Press Lydney, Gloucestershire 2009 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 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.   Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 016474  Bookseller:   
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The Irish Narrow Gauge Volume 1 : From Cork to Cavan
Ferris, Tom      
ISBN: 1857800109
Midland Publishing Limited Leicester, England 1993 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 112 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Very Good/No Jacket
Price: $50.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 012204  Bookseller:   
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Irish Railway Album
Boocock, C. P.      
ISBN: 0711000433
Ian Allan Ltd Runnymede, Surrey, England 1968 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 128 Pages with Black/White Photos. An album covering the demise of steam and reduction in the railway system in Ireland between 1955 and 1968.   Very Good/Fine
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Book Number: 2142  Bookseller:   
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Light Railways : Their Rise and Decline
Davies, W. J. K. & Ferreira, D. M. E.      
Ian Allan Ltd Runnymede, Surrey, England 1964 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 312 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Good/Fair
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Book Number: 3979  Bookseller:   
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The Rye & Camber Tramway: A Centenary History
Cooksey, Laurie A      
ISBN: 1871980267
Plateway Press Norwich, Norfolk, England 1995 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 160 Pages with Black/White Photos and Scale Drawings.  Very Good/Good
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Book Number: 3559  Bookseller:   
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Narrow Gauge Story
Hendry, Robert      
Hillside Publishing Rugby, Warks., England 1979 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 128 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Very Good/Good
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Book Number: 6694  Bookseller:   
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The Dingle Train
Rowlands, McGrath & Francis      
ISBN: 1871980275
Plateway Press Norwich, Norfolk, England 1996 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover   Very Good/Good
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Book Number: 13060  Bookseller:   
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Irish Railways Since 1916
Baker, Michael H. C.      
ISBN: 0711002827
Ian Allan Ltd Runnymede, Surrey, England 1972 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 224 pages b/w photos  Very Good/Good
Price: $54.00 (AUD)
Book Number: 1387  Bookseller:   
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The Irish Narrow Gauge Volume 2: The Ulster Lines
Ferris, Tom      
ISBN: 1857800176
Midland Publishing Limited Leicester, England 1993 Edition: First Edition  Laminated Pictorial Boards 128 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Very Good/No Jacket
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Book Number: 012178  Bookseller:   
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Fifties Steam Collection : Scottish Region
Sawford, Eric      
Allan T Condie Publications Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England 1991 Edition: First Published  Soft Cover 48 pages b/w photos  Good/No Jacket
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Book Number: 018982  Bookseller:   
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Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway: An Irish Railway Pictorial
Flanders Steve      
ISBN: 1857800737
Midland Publishing Ltd Hinckley, Leics, England 1997 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover 64 Pages with Black/White Photos.  Very Good/No Jacket
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Book Number: 5127  Bookseller:   
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The Railway Heritage of Britain - 150 years of Railway Architecture and Engineering
Biddle, Gordon & Nock, O. S.      
ISBN: 0718123557
Michael Joseph London, England 1983 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 270 Pages with Colour and Black/White Photos. A comprehensive illustrated guide to the landmarks and little nown treasures along the British railway system  Good/Good
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Book Number: 1873  Bookseller:   
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Country Railways of Queensland 1950s 1960s and 1970s Part One
Hennell, Andrew & Hennell, David      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2011 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The 1950s, 60s and 70s were decades of massive changes when the former Queensland Railways (QR) shook off their "Quaint and Rattley" tag and matched "Chairman Mao's Great Leap Forward". Journey back with us to a simpler amd gentler era to places like: - Southport, Coolangatta, Ernest Junction, Dugandan, Finch Hatton - Innisfail 2ft Gauge and the two isolated lines up north; with PB15s, Beyer Garratts and Red Rail Motors, and wooden passenger cars and Station Masters with pith helmets.   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-134  Bookseller:   
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The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway - a Photographic Profile 1962 - 1998
Sargent, John & Badaway, Emile D. & Crow, Lindsay      
ISBN: 1876249250
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: Reprint  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, nicknamed the "Toy Train", is a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow-gauge railway from Siliguri to Darjeeling in West Bengal, run by the Indian Railways. It was built between 1879 and 1881 and is about 86 km (53 mi) long. The elevation level is from about 100 m (328 ft) at Siliguri to about 2,200 m (7,218 ft) at Darjeeling. It is still powered by a steam engine. A modern diesel engine is used for Darjeeling's mail. Since 1999 the train has been a World Heritage Site as listed by UNESCO. In 2005, UNESCO added the Nilgiri Mountain Railway as an extension to the original inscription.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-028  Bookseller:   
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Railways of the Eyre Peninsula : A Photographic Profile
Hennell, Andrew & Hennell, David      
ISBN: 9781921122477
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2013 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The Eyre Peninsula Railway is a 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) railway on the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia. The system is isolated from the rest of the South Australian railway network. The network consists of about 600km of route and carries mainly wheat and gypsum. The railway is separated from the main system, and there has never been any justification for a connection to the main system. With the prospective development of iron ore traffic, a new port at Sheep Hill north of Tumby Bay has been mooted. This would require a 27km branchline from Ungarra and upgrading of the remaining track.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-144  Bookseller:   
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Queensland Canefields Steam Era 1955 - 1980
Sargent, John & Crow, Lindsay      
ISBN: 1876249196
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Queensland Canefields Steam Era is a special profile covering this unique railway and it's extensive sugar cane networks. Approximately 34 mills of the Australian Sugar Industry, dotted the coast from northern N.S.W. to far north Queensland, operated some 200 steam locomotives on over 200km of tramways, mostly 2' (60.9cm) gauge, the remainder being 3'6" (106.7cm) gauge. In the mid 1950s diesels began making inroads amongst the steam fleet, gradually ousting them, until their final appearance in the late 70s at Qunaba Mill near Bundaberg. One Perry 0-6-2T lasted at the Marian Mill as a yard shunter until late 1982. As with the current diesel locos, these steam locos worked daily shifts during the cane harvest, sometimes up to 36km from the mill and not always through Canefields but often through natural bushland as they travelled from one canefield to the next. During the non-harvest months the locos were serviced, repaired and stored. the fascinating and colourful little steam locos have gone but the tramways have expanded and their operations modernised; even the earlier 'rod' diesels are now being superseded by bigger, more powerful bogie locomotives. Many of the old steam locos still exist in varying states of repair. Some ended up in coastal parks and literally rusted away. Fortunately many have been saved and preserved by individuals, groups and societies throughout Australia, a number are in working order.   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-024  Bookseller:   
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South Australian Railways Narrow Gauge 400 Class 4-8-2 + 2-8-4
Sargent, John & Crow, Lindsay & McLean, Don      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2004 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The South Australian Railways 400 class is a class of 4-8-2+2-8-4 steam locomotives built in the early 1950s. 400 class locomotives served mainly on the South Australian Railways' narrow gauge Broken Hill line from 1953 to 1963, when they were replaced by diesel locomotives. The 400 class was temporarily returned to service in 1969 while the diesel locomotives were converted to standard gauge.Two are preserved today, 409 at National railway museum at port Adelaide and 402 at Zig Zag Railway,lithgow. isbn listed inside is 187624987  As New/No Jacket
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Under the Wires - Melbourne Suburban Electrics - the Harris Trains
Sargent, Neville & Gee, Neville      
ISBN: 1921122196
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2009 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Growth in patronage and extensions to the electrified suburban network after the Second World War led to a need for additional electric rollingstock. As part of "Operation Phoenix", 30 new electric passenger train sets were introduced from 1956 to 1959, with an additional 30 sets built from 1961-71. The new carriage design incorporated greater open space, double sliding doors and fully upholstered seating, coinciding with the abolition of separate first-class suburban fares in 1958. Painted in the same deep blue and yellow striped livery as the Victorian Railways leading country trains, the new suburban rollingstock were named "Harris trains" after former Chairman of Commissioners, Norman C. Harris.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-115  Bookseller:   
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Shooting the West: The Last Years of Steam in the West of New South Wales
Holdsworth, Malcolm      
ISBN: 9780994559005
Cadeco Hyde Park SA Australia 2017 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 156 Pages of Colour Photos. Following the publication of our acclaimed volumes Northern Exposures and Lenses South, there was one more division. The West! While the south survived with steam until 1969 and the north eventually lost its steam in 1973, the West main line was effectively finished by July 1967. As producers of the first two books, we had to look far and wide to get the coverage we wanted for the Western Division. Fortunately, due to the quality of our work, the community responded and we have produced what we expect will be a landmark publication celebrating steam West of Sydney. At 156 pages it is the same size as Northern Exposures, and incorporates the lessons we learned and the feedback we received from the first two volumes. In other words, we believe you will be proud to have it as part of your collection. The West was different. The lines meandered over hills and around sharp curves. For the most part 30T’s, and 32’s were’used on the many branch lines, and standard goods abounded, slowly hauling heavy freight up and down the steep grades. The heavy Mail trains and Express passengers rarely travelled above 60 mph, except for the section just before Orange. They tended to stop a lot more than on the other divisions, with much of the track single line, and antiquated signalling. It did mean 36’s hauled many of these until the end, and quite often double headers were required to mount Tumulla and Raglan banks. The new book in the series includes detailed locomotive allotments for the various depots, some great stories of riding and chasing trains in the division, plenty of historical data, and, of course, superb colour photos to back it all up. As with the other volumes, no expense has been spared to ensure the photos are reproduced to the highest standard.   New/New
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Country Branch Lines South Australia - the Broad Gauge - A Photographic Profile
Sargent, John & Hennell, Andrew & Hennell, David      
ISBN: 1921122188
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2009 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Branch Lines is a planned state based series looking at various areas and lines throughout the system.  As New/No Jacket
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Western Australian Steam - The South West Corner
Sargent, John & Hennell, Andrew & Hennell, David      
ISBN: 1921122250
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2009 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The lines in the remote areas of the Western Australia Government Railways' system presented operational challenges in maintaining fuel and water supplies for steam locomotives. The withdrawal of steam from these areas commenced with the introduction of the X-class mainline diesels in 1954 and by the late 1950's, steam was largely confined to the more temperate south western corner of the state.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-120  Bookseller:   
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Under the Wires - New South Wales 45 & 46 Class Electrics - Part Three
Sargent, John & Pantlin, Graeme      
ISBN: 1876249935
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2007 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The New South Wales 45 class was a class of mainline electric locomotive introduced on to the NSW rail system in 1952 by the New South Wales Government Railways. With only a single locomotive in the class, it was later renumbered as the 71 class and the number group was reused for a class of diesel-electric locomotives in 1962. The New South Wales 46 class are a class of mainline electric locomotive introduced onto the NSW rail system from 1956 under New South Wales Government Railways. Metropolitan-Vickers and its partner Beyer, Peacock and Company obtained the contract to build 40 of these locomotives.The locomotives were built at Bowesfield Works, Stockton-on-Tees, England, with electrical equipment supplied by Metropolitan-Vickers from its Trafford Park and Sheffield plants. Metropolitan-Vickers drew on experience gained from its earlier class EM1 and EM2 electric locomotives, which were used on the Woodhead Line in the UK and in The Netherlands. These electric locomotives were originally purchased as part of the Blue Mountains electrification works, and spent their life hauling coal, freight and passenger carriages under the wires. The 46 class locomotives were often seen double or triple heading coal and freight services. The class 46 was the most powerful locomotive in Australia for many years, with a one hour rating of 3 780 hp and ability to deliver more than that for short periods. They proved to be very reliable and were generally considered superior to the much newer and even more powerful Comeng-Mitsubishi class 85 and 86 locomotives. Their build quality and durability was such that 38 of the original 40 remained on the books in 1990. The class 46 locomotives were involved in a number of serious incidents. On 16 July 1965, a 44-vehicle goods train hauled by 4620 ran away for 4 miles, careering downhill at speeds of up to 95 miles per hour, before a spectacular derailment at Wentworth Falls in the Blue Mountains. Investigations revealed that whilst the air brake train pipe was connected from the locomotive to the train, the associated isolating cock was left closed. This rendered the train brakes inoperative. On 16 January 1976, a goods train hauled by 4623 collided with the rear of a stationary double deck interurban electric multiple unit (EMU) train at Glenbrook, NSW, killing one passenger in the rear car of the EMU. This accident was caused by a wrong-side signal failure. The automatic signal in rear of the EMU exhibited "caution" when it should have been at "danger", thereby admitting the following goods train into the occupied signal section. Incidents like this were occurring with alarming frequency in New South Wales in the 1970s, until the Granville railway disaster of 1977, which claimed 83 lives. Locomotive 4620 did not survive this incident in service, being the first class 46 to succumb to withdrawal.   As New/No Jacket
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Photographer Profile - Jean and Geoff Campbell - in Pursuit of Excellence
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1876249331
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2000 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Photographer Profile Jean and Geoff Campbell is a collection of excellent images from the 1980's, covering modern day railway workings from New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-040  Bookseller:   
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Country Railway Stations - South Australia - Part One - 1959 - 1983
Hennell, David & Hennell, Andrew & Gee, Neville & Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1921122099
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2007 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Railway Stations South Australia contains scenes of a fast-fading era in the state, taken in the period 1979 - 1983 after the country network became part of the Commonwealth Railways.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-103  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 43 Class Goninan Co-Co Diesel Electric Locomotive
Sargent, John      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1998 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Six General Electric-Alco diesel-electric locomotives were ordered from Australian Electrical Industries Pty. Ltd. in June 1954 for service on the New South Wales Government Railways. These locomotives are unusual in Australian locomotive practice in having Alco power units in GE-designed bodies, a legacy of the former Alco-GE partnership which was dissolved in 1953. Although their design originated in the United States, only two similar cab units were ever built in that country, being for the Erie Railroad The first locomotive, 4301, was delivered in September, 1956 at Newcastle. The class was assembled by A Goninan & Company at Broadmeadow, as sub-contractor to AEI. All six had been delivered by June, 1957.The power plant was an Alco Series 244 four-cycle 12-cylinder diesel engine, delivering 1,750 h.p. and the electrical equipment was from General Electric. Dynamic braking was fitted. Multiple unit control enabled the members of this class to run with each other and all subsequent diesel-electric locomotives. Full driving control was only provided in the front cab, but a hostler's compartment was provided at the rear to enable the locomotive to run light engine in reverse.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-018  Bookseller:   
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Photographer Profile - Jim Seletto - ’A Man of Steam’
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1876249315
Train Hobby Publications Australia Wantirna, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Photographer Profile Jim Seletto is an album of significant images, taken over the years, by a career railway man - a driver whose name was synonymous with the Victorian Railways.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-035  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 30 Class 4-6-4 Tank Locomotive
Barrack, Richard & Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1921122129
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2007 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The C30 locos were built to cater for the Sydney suburban network, but were gradually displaced with the advent of electrification in the 1920's. Many were converted into 4-6-0 tender locomotives (the C30T Class), but some survived for use as shunters, and on short country branches.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-106  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 50 Class 2-8-0 Standard Goods Locomotive
Sargent, John & Dunn, Ian      
ISBN: 1876249218
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The D50 class (formerly the T524 class before 1924 re-classification) is a class of 2-8-0 steam locomotive built for and operated by the New South Wales Government Railways of Australia. In 1896, Beyer, Peacock and Company delivered the first five of the now Australian Consolidation type heavy duty goods locomotive, these being the forerunners of the numerically largest class on the system, finally totalling 280 representatives. in the operation of goods trains they followed up the successful record of their passenger counterparts, the P(6)-class, being most effective on the steep gradients and sharp curves of the main lines over mountainous sections. Their second and third coupled wheel tyres were flangeless to reduce curve friction. The five builders who contributed to the numbers were :- Beyer, Peacock and Company : 151 - Dübs and Company : 5 Neilson and Company : 10 - North British Locomotive Company : 84 - Clyde Engineering Company Limited : 30 During the First World War, an additional 10 locomotives of this class were under construction at the North British Locomotive Company, but these were not delivered to Australia, being taken over by the British War Office for the Royal Engineers Railway Operating Division. After the war, they were offered back to the N.S.W.G.R. at higher than new prices and in a badly worn condition. They were declined and were subsequently acquired by a Belgian railway and, following rebuilding, assigned to work coal trains along the Meuse Valley. The Commonwealth Railways also chose this design to be their first goods locomotive class, the K-class, for the Trans-Australian Railway Many of the D50-class received a turret type tender in later years which provided better visibility when operating in reverse. During their many years of service, almost to the end of the steam era, there were few lines over which they were not permitted to work. It was often the practice at holiday times to press them into service hauling the extra excursion trains operating to Gosford and Wollongong where their restricted speed had little effect on the schedules. These locomotives, together with the later D53-class and the D55-class, became known as the Standard Goods engines. In the later years, the saturated, i.e. non-superheated, members of the class were normally restricted to working coal trains, commonly made up of 4-wheel hopper wagons not fitted with continuous air-brakes, in the Hunter Valley and shunting duties in the larger marshalling yards throughout the system.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-026  Bookseller:   
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Memories - New South Wales Government Railways 1955 - 1965
Sargent, John Grant, Geoff     
ISBN: 1876249811
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2003 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 96 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Scenes of the NSWGR as seen through the eyes of professional photographer Geoff Grant. Brillant colour photos taken during the NSWGR in its transition period.  As New/No Jacket
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Commonwealth Railways GM Class Clyde EMD Diesel Electric Locomotive
Sargent, John & Pantlin, Graeme      
ISBN: 1876249536
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2001 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages with Colour Photos. Profusely illustrated colour photos - The Commonwealth Railways began negotiations with Clyde Engineering in the late 1940's, who were a leading steam locomotive and rolling stock builder at the time. After several overseas trips by CR and Clyde executives, Clyde Engineering secured the Australian manufacturing license agreement with the Electro Motive Division of General Motors. A contract was then awarded to Clyde Engineering in September 1950 for the construction of eleven diesel electric locomotives of a similar design to the US F7 series. As Australia had a smaller loading gauge than the USA, the F7 design had to be stretched and lowered. To achieve this, the radiators were moved from the roof to the side of the loco and all of the ancillary equipment was relocated within the engine room. The extra length of this design made it possible to lower the axle load to 18 tons by using three axle bogies instead of the two axle bogies on the F7. However, three axle bogies with traction motors on all axles had not been developed at this time. The centre axle on each bogie was non-powered idler. This gave the locomotive a wheel arrangement of A1A-A1A. Powered by the proven GM/EMD 567B engine, the first of these machines was ready for testing on 24 August 1951 and all were delivered from September 1951 to July 1952. The delivery run of these locomotives involved hauling a freight train to Albury where their 4ft 81/2in gauge power bogies would be exchanged for transfer bogies so they could be hauled over the 5ft 3in gauge VR and SAR systems to Port Pirie. Here they were re-fitted with their power bogies before they entered service on the Commonwealth Railways as the GM class. In what would become a CR tradition, GM1 was named "Robert Gordon Menzies" in honour of the Prime Minister at the time the class was introduced.   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-051  Bookseller:   
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Rail Scene New South Wales - Volume 11 - NSWGR Diesel Electrics - the Tuscan Generation
Sargent, John Tollow, Ross I.     
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 96 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - From the outstanding work of railway photographer Ross Tollow, a colour album of red-brown and yellow Tuscan paint schemes and variations as applied to Australia's NSWGR diesels. Recorded in the 1960/70s are class 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48 and 49. 99 colour photos  As New/No Jacket
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Rail Scene Australia Volume 14:EMD Bulldogs Down Under
Pantlin & Sargent      
ISBN: 1876249307
Train Hobby Publications Australia Wantirna, Victoria, Australia 2000 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover In 1951 the EMD bulldog-nose American style diesel units entered service on Australia's railways. By 1974 124 units of varying design and configuration were in action. This all-colour album records the liveries and variants as well as subsequent body modifications. 100 col photos.   As New/No Jacket
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New South Wales Railways 60 Class Garratt 4-8-4 + 4-8-4 Heavy Goods Locomotive
Sargent, John & Crow, Lindsay & McLean, Don      
ISBN: 1876249706
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2002 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The AD60 class was a class of steam locomotives operated by the New South Wales Government Railways in Australia. They were built with the 4-8-4+4-8-4 wheel arrangement. This was the first appearance of the Beyer-Garratt type locomotive on the New South Wales Government Railways, although this type of articulated unit had seen considerable use on the narrow gauge lines of other Australian systems for many years. Designed to a light axleload of only 16 tons (16.3 t), they were apparently intended for hauling feeder branch-line services to the main lines where heavier main-line locomotives could continue with the load. Twenty five locomotives, and subsequently a further twenty five, were ordered from Beyer, Peacock and Company, but following the change of policy in favour of diesel traction, attempts were made to cancel part of the order. Forty two complete locomotives were delivered, together with spare parts equating to approximately five further locomotives. Being composed of three distinct sections with live steam connections between, some assembly was required subsequent to delivery. Locomotive 6002 was the first to enter service, it emerging in July 1952. All 42 were in traffic by January 1957.   As New/No Jacket
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Country Branch Lines New South Wales - Part 3 - Cooma - Bombala - Canberra - Captain’s Flat
Barrack, Richard & Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1921122315
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2010 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Branch Lines is a planned state based series looking at various areas and lines throughout the system. Country Branch Lines part three for New South Wales looks at the canberra region and the diverse number of lines which served the district.  As New/No Jacket
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Coals to Newcastle : NSW Hunter Valley Coal Traffic Part 2 - The Diesel Era - A Photographic Profile By Peter Attenborough
Barrack, Richard      
ISBN: 9781921122408
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2011 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos   As New/No Jacket
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Photographer Profile - Doug McLean - Railwayman - Railway Photographer
Dee & Sargent      
ISBN: 1876249242
Train Hobby Publications Australia Wantirna, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Photographer Profile Doug McLean feature exceptional photos of mostly VR steam and diesel operations, generally from the late 1950's through to the mid 1960's.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-032  Bookseller:   
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Country Railway Stations - Victoria - Part Three - A Photographic Profile 1950 - 2000
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1876249668
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2002 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Railway stations Victoria part three presents a further selection of interesting station scsnes from the VR's past.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-063  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 44 Class Alco World Series Diesel Electric Locomotive
Sargent, John      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1998 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The New South Wales 44 class locomotives were one of the first locomotives built by A. E. Goodwin in the Alco tradition. One-hundred of these DL500B units were built. Introduced in 1957, these locomotives have served every part of NSW, from services in the North and South, to the Indian Pacific. These units are very similar to the South Australian Railways 930 class. They have Alco 251 engines, which develop 1,450 kW (1,940 hp). This class had driving cabs at both ends. The front had a rounded nose (however not as round as the Clyde/GM "Bulldog nose" type) and a flat nose at the end on the locomotive. Most of the class were withdrawn in 1994, but many have been retained for further use by many other freight companies, and some have been preserved  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-011  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 30T Class 4-6-0 Tender Locomotive
Barrack, Richard & Sargent, John      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2008 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - isbn listed inside is 1921122129 - The C30 locos were built to cater for the Sydney suburban network, but were gradually displaced with the advent of electrification in the 1920's. Many were converted into 4-6-0 tender locomotives (the C30T Class), but some survived for use as shunters, and on short country branches. The "T" classification suffix for the tender version is somewhat unfortunate, as it conflicts with usage elsewhere in the world. Road numbers were not changed on conversion   As New/No Jacket
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Under the Wires - New South Wales 85 & 86 Class Electrics - Part Four
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 192112217X
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2008 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The New South Wales 85 class were a class of 10 mainline electric locomotive introduced from 1979 in the state of New South Wales, by the State Rail Authority. They were built by Commonwealth Engineering of Granville, New South Wales The fleet were based in Lithgow and served coal haulage across the Blue Mountains. When FreightCorp merged into Pacific National, it was decided to withdraw the fleet from service owing to a rising cost in electricity. 8501 became the sole survivor of the fleet when it was saved from scrap by the Sydney Electric Traction Society. The New South Wales 86 class is a class of 50 mainline electric locomotives introduced from 1982 in the state of New South Wales by the State Rail Authority[1]. The locomotives were built by Commonwealth Engineering of Granville, New South Wales, with electrical equipment supplied by Mitsubishi.They were also based at Lithgow for predominately freight operation, and were lighter than the preceding 85 class. When FreightCorp was sold to Pacific National, all were withdrawn when Pacific National decided to discontinue electric locomotive haulage   As New/No Jacket
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Country Branch Lines New South Wales - Part 4 - Boorowa - Crookwell - Yass Town
Barrack, Richard      
ISBN: 9781921122378
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2011 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Branch Lines is a planned state based series looking at various areas and lines throughout the system  As New/No Jacket
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New South Wales Government Railways 53 Class 2-8-0 Standard Goods Locomotive
Barrack, Richard      
ISBN: 9781921122521
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2014 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The D53 class was a class of 2-8-0 steam locomotives built for the New South Wales Government Railways of Australia. This class of locomotive was designed by the New South Wales Government Railways as an improved version of the T class. All the coupled wheels had flanges and a certain amount of side movement was given to the middle pairs with a laterally operating knuckle joint being provided in the middle section of the coupling rods. Clyde Engineering delivered the first locomotive in April 1912 and by November 1917, a total of 190 were in service. Most were fitted with superheaters when built and some fitted at a later date. There was a problem with the locomotives being unbalanced, causing speed restrictions to be imposed to avoid rough riding and track damage. Following further investigations, 24 of the class received balanced coupled wheels and these were permitted to operate at higher speed on mail and fruit trains. When introduced, most of the class were fitted with a standard bogie tender, similar as those attached to the 50 class, although some saw service with Wampu tenders. In the later period of their lives, the majority were fitted with larger turret type tenders. To enable tender first running, many had automatic couplers fitted to the front. Following the removal of the knuckle joints from the coupling rods, flanges from the second coupled and driving wheels and the fitting of boilers standard for 50 class; 53 class and 55 class, they became most useful locomotives. The 24 not fitted with superheaters were scrapped in the 1930s. The first superheated example was withdrawn in January 1957 with the fleet down to 39 by July 1969 with the last withdrawn in January 1973.The Commonwealth Railways used the design of these locomotives for their 26 strong KA class for the Trans-Australian Railway.  As New/No Jacket
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New South Wales Railways 57 Class 4-8-2 Heavy Goods Locomotive
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1921122005
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2005 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The New South Wales D57 class locomotive was a class of 4-8-2 steam locomotive operated by the New South Wales Government Railways in Australia. A total of 25 Mountain-type 3-cylinder steam locomotives were ordered by the N.S.W.G.R in 1929. They were built at the Clyde Engineering Works, Granville. They were among the heaviest of locomotives in Australia, at 250 tons, and this restricted them to only certain parts in New South Wales. However, they were very reliable and had the nickname "Lazy Lizzies" because they made heavy workings seem effortless. They were mostly held at Lithgow roundhouse and were used on heavy coal workings over the Blue Mountains, sometimes weighing 2000 tons. In 1960 the class began to be withdrawn and the last locomotive, 5711, was written off in 1963. The three cylinder design fitted to the class gave it a distinctive off-beat exhaust sound when climbing upgrade. This design was also fitted to the D58 class. However, a couple of features, such as the Gresley conjugating valve gear fitted to these locomotives has been the source of debate as to its efficiency.The only example left is 5711, which is currently being restored by the Valley Heights branch of the New South Wales Rail Transport Museum at their site in Valley Heights Roundhouse for static display.   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-094  Bookseller:   
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Country Branch Lines New South Wales - Part 5 - Blayney - Harden Cross Country Line Grenfell and Eugowra Branches Volume 2 - a Photographic Profile Compiled By Richard Barrack
Barrack, Richard      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2013 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Branch Lines is a planned state based series looking at various areas and lines throughout the system  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-141  Bookseller:   
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New South Wales Railways 59 Class Baldwin 2-8-2 Mikado Locomotive - Locomotive Profile
Sargent, John & Lewis, Billy      
ISBN: 1921122242
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2009 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The 59 Class are a steam locomotive ordered by the New South Wales Government Railways of Australia. The class were ordered after the Second World War from the Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation to relieve motive power shortages. The design is a variation on the USRA Light Mikado, a design which first appeared in 1918.Twenty locomotives were delivered during 1952 - 1953. The main visible differences are the locations of the steam and sand domes on the boiler and the location of the headlight. The most immediately apparent difference is the rather stubby short tender that was specially built to allow the 59-class to be turned on standard 60-foot turntables. It was the specification of these tenders which considerably delayed the delivery from initial order. Unfortunately due to the weight of the locomotive it was eventually discovered in service that most 60-foot (18 m) turntables could not turn the 59 class due to balancing issues. The class was the first oil burners to be introduced by the NSWGR and were the first locomotives to be built by Baldwin since 1905. They were firstly used on the Short North, from the Enfield Marshalling yards to Broadmeadow. They were soon placed in service on both the Western and Southern lines and, although their light axle load made them available to a large proportion of the state, their sphere of operation was limited by the location of oil fuelling facilities. Accordingly, they saw most of their service as oil burners on the Main North and North Coast lines, as well as the Sydney metropolitan area. A decision was made in 1961 to convert the majority of the class to coal burning. A total of 17 locomotives were treated using an ashpan based on the C38 class arrangements, together with modifications to the smokebox, fitting of brick arches, grates, firehole doors, etc.. Two 59-class remained as oil-burners (the other member of the class had been previously scrapped) and they ended their service as shunters at Grafton, then transferred to Broadmeadow in December, 1970 as stationary boilers. 5916 was subsequently, in August, 1974, sent to the Eveleigh Carriage Works for a similar duty. The coal burning locomotives were mainly operated from the Enfield depot, working to Goulburn. They were also based at Broadmeadow, working from Gosford to Muswellbrook. From early 1969, double-headed 59-class were often used at weekends on goods trains to Taree. On the Main west line, from February, 1967, a 59-class could be found on banking duties on the grades east and west of Bathurst. Major withdrawals did not occur until 1970 and the last member of the class in service was 5910 which was withdrawn on 11 December, 1972.   As New/No Jacket
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Coals to Newcastle : NSW Hunter Valley Coal Traffic Part 1 - The Steam Era - A Photographic Profile By Peter Attenborough
Barrack, Richard Attenborough, Peter     
ISBN: 9781921122996
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2010 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-131  Bookseller:   
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Rail Scene Volume 13 - The Candy Livery of the State Rail Authority of New South Wales
Attenborough, Peter & Love, Ray      
ISBN: 1921122285
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2010 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 96 pages colour photos - The design of the Candy livery was deliberately calculated so that the stripes could be applied at the same height above the rail, regardless of which class of locomotive or item of rolling stock it was applied to.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-124  Bookseller:   
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Melbourne’s Industrial and Suburban Sidings : A Photographic Profile Compiled By Neville Gee
Gee, Neville      
ISBN: 9781921122439
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood, Victoria, Australia 2012 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos   As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-140  Bookseller:   
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Sydney Terminal : The Steam Station
Barrack, Richard & Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1921122269
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2009 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Sydney Terminal, Sydney's biggest and main railway station is widely known as Sydney Central. It is really in two parts, one being the terminus for country and interstate passenger trains and the other, the adjacent 'electric' platforms, for trains on the suburban system.  As New/No Jacket
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New South Wales Government Railways - A. E. Goodwin - Goodwin Alco 48 Class Branch Line Diesel Electric Locomotives : Volume 1 - Mark I & II Units
Barrack, Richard      
ISBN: 1921122331
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2010 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - In the mid 1950s, the New South Wales railways were suffering cost pressures due to the ageing and inefficient steam locomotive fleet. This was particularly so in country areas where steam locomotives were poorly suited to the longer distances between servicing points on the multitude of branch lines. The successful introduction of diesel-electric locomotives into main line work during the 1950s, led to the view that the answer for branch lines might lie with this new form of motive power because of its greater operating range.  As New/No Jacket
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Closed Stations - Lost Locations : Victoria - Part 1 - a Photographic Profile 1956 - 1981
Gee, Neville      
ISBN: 9781921122347
Train Hobby Publications Australia Pinewood Victoria Australia 2010 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 56 pages colour photos   As New/No Jacket
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Victorian Railways X-Class Clyde EMD Diesel Electric Locomotive - X31 - X44
Sargent, John      
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 1999 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The Victorian Railways X class mainline diesel electric locomotives were built by Clyde Engineering (now EDI Rail) from 1966, with a further two orders being placed in 1970 and 1975. They saw similar use to the S class, working though to Sydney from 1982 on express passenger trains such as the Spirit of Progress. The original order of 6 locomotives were fitted with EMD 16-567E engines with a power output of 1350 kW (1840 HP), but for the second and third orders of 8 and 10 locomotives it was increased to 1650 kW (2240 HP) by the specification of updated EMD 16-645E engines.Two X class locos were built to replace locomotives S314 and S316, which were destroyed in the Southern Aurora crash on 7 February 1969. In 2004 Freight Australia rebuilt 6 locomotives, fitting them with refurbished engines from G class locomotives, enlarged radiators, and a modified cab. These locomotives have subsequently been reclassed and renumbered as the XR class. Today the X class are in service with freight operator Pacific National, with two others in service with QRNational though their purchase of the CRT Group   As New/No Jacket
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Rail Centres : Carlisle
ROBINSON, Peter W      
ISBN: 0711014299
Ian Allan Ltd Shepperton, Middlesex, England 1986 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 128 pages b/w photos  Very Good/Good
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Network 1992 Railways of Australia
Editor      
Railways of Australia Australia 1992 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover issues for the Calendar year   Good/No Jacket
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Network 1994 Railways of Australia
Editor      
Railways of Australia Australia 1994 Edition: First Edition  Soft Cover issues for the Calendar year   Good/No Jacket
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Victorian Railways N Class Mikado 2-8-2 Light Lines Locomotive
Sargent, John & Williams, Bruce A. & Lewis, Billy      
ISBN: 1921122102
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2007 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 52 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The N class was a branch line steam locomotive that ran on Victorian Railways from 1925 to 1966. A development of the successful K class 2-8-0, it was the first VR locomotive class designed for possible conversion from 5 ft 3 in (1600 mm) broad gauge to 4 ft 81/2 in (1435 mm) standard gauge.  As New/No Jacket
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Country Railway Stations - Victoria - Part Six - A Photographic Profile 1958 - 1994
Sargent, John & Gee, Neville      
ISBN: 1921122064
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2006 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Part 6 of Country Railway Stations Victoria is the latest instalment in this fascinating series.  As New/No Jacket
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Country Railway Stations - Victoria - Part Two - A Photographic Profile 1950 - 2000
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1876249447
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2001 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Railway Stations Victoria is a planned series featuring scenes of various stations and yards from all over the system, from the small wayside halt to the major towns throughout the state  As New/No Jacket
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Country Railway Stations - Victoria - Part Four - A Photographic Profile 1950 - 2000
Sargent, John      
ISBN: 1876249846
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2004 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - Country Railway Stations Victoria part four presents a further selection of interesting station scenes from the VR's past  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-078  Bookseller:   
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Steam in the Otways - from the Collection of Norman W. De Pomeroy
Sargent, John & Gee, Neville      
ISBN: 1921122021
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2005 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - More narrow gauge workings in Steam in The Otways - a special edition from the collection of the late Norman W. De Pomeroy.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-096  Bookseller:   
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Victorian Railways C-Class Clyde EMD Diesel Electric Locomotive - Part Two
Sargent, John & Pantlin, Graeme & Berry, John      
ISBN: 1876249803
Train Hobby Publications Australia Studfield, Victoria, Australia 2003 Edition: First Edition  Hard Cover 48 pages profusely illustrated colour photos - The Victorian Railways C Class mainline diesel locomotives are a hood unit heavy freight locomotive introduced from 1977, mechanically identical to American EMD SD40s, and used on interstate freight services. Manufactured in South Australia by Clyde Engineering (now EDI Rail) at their Rosewater plant, they were delivered under their own power at the head of interstate goods trains. The locomotives are fitted with safety cabs and were the first turbocharged locomotives delivered to the VR, and the last delivered the in blue and gold livery. As their weight kept them from many lines, C501 to C504 were placed into standard gauge service between Melbourne and Albury, and C505 to C510 were placed into service between Melbourne and Serviceton, on interstate express freights. They are notable as the first locomotives on through freight between Victoria and South Australia in August 1979.The class were transferred by V/Line to National Rail service in 1995, until delivery of its NR class locomotives, after which the C class were put into storage.The class except C501 were then sold to Allco Rail and Silverton Rail, with C505 and C508 leased to National Rail and returned to service as shunters in Melbourne, and the remainder renumbered as the Cs class. C501 has since been restored to original condition by the Seymour Railway Heritage Centre and leased back to Pacific National, and all Cs numbered locos have been rebuilt back to their original identities.All C Class members are on the Standard Gauge as they are primary used on Intermodal coal trains.  As New/No Jacket
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Book Number: THH-073  Bookseller:   
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