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    Devon Belle - Pullman Observation Car No 14.  £2.00

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

    Full Steam Ahead  £9.99

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    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.

    Handbook for Railway Steam Locomotive Enginemen  £20.00

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    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.

    Last Days of Steam: Southern Region  £14.99

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    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.

    Swanage Railway Trust Magazine  £3.50

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    ISSUE 124 - SPRING 2021 - Swanage Railway Magazine

    The Great Railway Conspiracy  £14.99

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    The year is 1964 and a small boy passes his fifth birthday playing on a derelict railway line. The place is Upwey Junction in Dorset, where the Abbotsbury branch used to leave the main Lonodon to Weymouth railway. The last remnants of rail had been removed just a few weeks previously as part of a relentless process of railway closures in the Britain of the 1950s, 60s and 70s. The boy is David Henshaw who came, like his contemporaries, to accept an ever-shrinking railway network as part of the British way of life. Only now, with the railways growing at a rate unprecendented in their long history, is the loss of so many useful routes so dearly felt. Inspired by such childhood memories, David Henshaw sets out to put the record straight in The Great Railway Conspiracy.