Inactivity Warning!
180
seconds
Your basket will be cleared shortly due to inactivity. If you are still checking your booking details, you may extend your session for another 20 minutes by clicking the button below.

Online Shop

    Branch Line to Swanage  £18.95

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    Branch Line to Swanage - Updated to 1999

    The history, decline and revival of this much-loved senic branch line.

    120 photographs and maps

    Middleton Press

    Crossing time on the Blueberry Line  £7.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    Mum, Dad, Tom & Holly (not to mention Pip the Cat) are back for more steam train adventures in thei rip-roar sequel to Trouble On The Watermeadow Line. Intent on simply enjoying a quiet day out on the Blueberry Railway Line as it winds its way through the sleepy summer countryside, the family little realise they are about to cross the mirror of Time. With the help of mighty Pegasus the flying horse - who solves problems only to offer the weary travellers yet more riddles - colour drains away to leave a black & white world in its wake. Tom & Holly must cope with the challenges of being stuck in time, battling the loathsome and grisly Trug. Will magicians Davisto & Kathandra return to save the day? Wil Pegasus bring the family safely back through the Mirror of Time. And will Pip EVER be left to have an uninterrupted sleep?

    Devon Belle - Pullman Observation Car No 14.  £2.00

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    FROM AMBULANCE COACH TO LUXURY PULLMAN OBSERVATION CAR: A 100 year history of our Historic ‘Devon Belle’ Pullman Observation Car No. 14

    Frosty times on the Heather Moors Line  £7.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    As the summer holidays begin, Holly, Tom & Pip the cat are back with their weary parents and Granny for another fun-packed Railway adventure set in the North Heather Moors. As usual, things do not go to plan and something most peculiar has happened up on the moors. The chilling Ice Queen has taken control of Pickering Station, casting the landscape into a frozen Arctic winter. Will the children succeed in evading the Ice Queen's frozen stare, and manage to defeat her? Will Jack Frost come to their rescue? Will the magical walking stick with its crystal ball use its powers to help them? And most importantly, will they be back in time to save Christmas and thaw the day?

    Full Steam Ahead  £9.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    Beautifully illustrated with photographs and artwork throughout, Full Steam Ahead is a passionate, charming and insightful look at Britain through the lens of one of its most momentous eras.

    Great Railway Eras: Wareham to Swanage  £18.95

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    The illustrations cover the demise of traditional steam, the introduction of diesels, touch upon the closure period and then emphasise the marvels of resuscitation achieved by so many lovers of this scenic branch. The triumphant entry of the first through train from the main line is vividly portrayed.

    Handbook for Railway Steam Locomotive Enginemen  £20.00

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    A practical and accessible guide to the basic principles of steam locomotive construction and operation. Promotes knowledge, competency and proficiency in locomotive handling. Includes an extensive range of useful diagrams to aid understanding. Invaluable for all those working on Britain's heritage steam railways as enginemen, and all those aspiring to become involved in steam locomotive operation. As relevant today for Britain's heritage lines as when first published for BR main line steam working in the 1950s.

    Hornby Catalogue 2021  £9.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    Hornby Catalogue 2021 - edition Sixty Seven

    Last Days of Steam - Western & Southern  £19.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    In 1955 the Modernisation Plan had just been issued which showed that steam traction's future was doomed. Chasing Society Steam specials, which were often aimed at using last in class engines, as well as traversing lines and routes either freight-only or about to be totally closed, Tony Butcher's black and white images portray the poetry and the power of these loving machines. From 1962 (and particularly from 1964) his colour images add a sometimes startling depth and immediacy to his collection. Together, these classic examples from Tony Butcher's peerless picture archive, offer a nostalgic yet stunning view of the Indian summer of steam traction between 1956 and 1967, in what are arguably the most interesting Regions of Britain.

    Last Days of Steam: Southern Region  £14.99

    Add To basket
    Help

    Need information?
    To receive more information
    about any of our products or services,
    please call our
    Sales Team, directly on +44 (0)1929 475204
    (Monday-Friday 9am - 5pm).

    Over 150 photographs appear in the book taken at locations in Devon, Dorset, Cornwall, SOmerset and Hampshire, and including Weymouth, Isle of Wight, Bournemouth, Corfe Castle, Eastleigh, Launceston and Exeter area. A section contains photographs taken at the famous Barry Scrapyard where so many locomotives ended the days. Anyone with a interest in Railway history will be fascinated by this unique pictorial memoir.