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Gallery of Steam
by: Steam Railway Magazi
publisher: J H Haynes & Co Ltd, published: 2010-06-03
ASIN: 184425979X
sales rank: 1100001
price: £0.50 (new), £0.01 (used)
A collection of some of the finest photographs to have graced the pages of 'Steam Railway', Britain's railway magazine.
Portrait of the Dart Valley Railway: A pictorial souvenir of the Buckfastleigh and Torbay & Dartmouth tourist steam railways
by: Dart Valley Railway
publisher: The Railway, published: 1978
ASIN: 090623901X
sales rank: 1899112
price: £0.26 (used)
Gallery of Steam (Haynes EMAP)
by: "Steam Railway" Magazine
publisher: J H Haynes & Co Ltd, published: 2004-05-20
ASIN: 1844251608
sales rank: 1662866
price: £10.00 (new), £0.01 (used)
'Gallery of Steam' is a collection of evocative photographs submitted by the readers of 'Steam Railway Magazine' which capture the true essence of steam.
The Inside Guide to the Steam Railways of Britain
by: Steam Railway Magazine
publisher: Steam Railway Magazine, published: 2009
ASIN: B003VRWJ58
sales rank: 2360285
price: £5.95 (used)
The Inside Guide to the Steam Railways of Britain
Railway Recollections - Transport Poster No.05 - Southern Railways, Lyndhurst, New Forest (SR, Steam Engines, Trains)
published: 2010
ASIN: B0054WIDJ4
sales rank: 464838
Railway Transport Poster No.05 - Southern Railways - Lyndhurst. Fine Art Prints - Reproduced from Original Early Railway Posters. The Railway Poster came of age in the early part of this century and was in its heyday between 1910 and 1947. The halcyon days of the 'Golden Age of Steam' are captured in these copyrighted Fine Art Prints which depict some of the finest Railway Art ever produced. These reproductions of the originals from a bygone era offer you an excellent opportunity to capture the image and provide an everlasting reminder of this nostalgic era. Size 11.75" x 8.25" (30cm x 21cm) with an average white border of 0.75" (2cm). Average picture area is 11" x 7" (28cm x 18cm). Produced to fine art quality on Royal impression 170 gram matt art board which gives that 'weathered look' and provides excellent anti-glare properties when framed. For the discerning enthusiast, the white border can be trimmed to produce an exact full colour replica almost one-third the size of the original railway poster. Each poster is suitable from framing with a white border and designed to fit any standard A4 picture frames which are easily obtained from many retail outlets. Each poster is supplied in film front cello-bags and despatched flat in card envelopes to avoid curl and arrive in pristine condition.
Tornado Britain's First Main Line Steam Engine Since 1960
by: Heritage Railway
publisher: Heritage Railway, published: 2009
ASIN: 1906167192
sales rank: 773477
price: £1.44 (used)
Large magazine format publication originally exclusive to W H Smith. All about the Tornado and its antecedents. Loads of colour pictures.
The Big Book of Trains
publisher: DK Publishing (Dorling Kindersley), published: 2016-10-25
ASIN: 146545361X
sales rank: 4023525
price: £6.58 (new), £8.68 (used)
From the first locomotive built in 1804 to the high-speed bullet train, The Big Book of Trains....
steam at llangollen vol 17 1993
by: winter 1993 . llangollen railway society ltd.
ASIN: B012VX65MK
price: £6.50 (used)
Pre-grouping Railway Junction Diagrams, 1914
by: Railway Clearing House (reprint)
publisher: Ian Allan Ltd, published: 1982-10
ASIN: 0711012563
sales rank: 801779
price: £104.32 (new), £9.98 (used)
Full colour facsimile reprint - a fascinating time capsule. 158pp, all maps, plus index.
The Glorious Years
publisher: J H Haynes & Co Ltd, published: 2007-05-31
ASIN: 1844254305
sales rank: 1593568
price: £48.65 (new), £0.63 (used)
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