Books for sale (alphabetical by author)

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Anderson, P. Howard. Regional Railway Handbooks No. 1 - The East Midlands. A thorough, well illustrated survey of intercity, provincial sector and Railfreight activity in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.  (hb) David St John Thomas/David & Charles, 1986, pp208, isbn 0 946537 35 6. VG, VG £5

Blagrove, David. Northamptonshire's Lost Railways. B/w photos with detailed captions. (pb) Stenlake Publishing, 2003, pp48, landscape format, isbn 1 84033 251 4. F £6.50

Boynton, John. A Century of Railways around Birmingham and the West Midlands. Volume One 1900-1947. First volume in this series, looking at railways in this area. Well illustrated. (pb) Mid England Books, 1997, pp96, large format, isbn 0 9522248 4 4. VG £ 7.00

Camp, John. Discovering London Railway Stations. A brief history of London's more important railway stations, together with details of passenger traffic and usage at the date of publication. (pb) Shire Publications, 1969, pp55, isbn 0 85263079 4. VG £2

Casserley, H.C. The Later Years of Metropolitan Steam.   B/w photo album with detailed captions.   (hb) Bradford Barton, pp96, isbn 0 85153 327 2. VG, VG (repaired tear to dust jacket)   £3

Casserley, H.C. & Dorman, C.C.   Railway History in Pictures: The Midlands.   Mainly b/w photo album with detailed captions, centring on Derby, this volume covers the central area of England.   (hb)   David & Charles, 1969, pp112, colour frontis, isbn 0 7153 4687 3.   VG, VG (sunning to spine)    £6

Christiansen, Rex. A Regional History of The Railways of Great Britain. Volume 7 - The West Midlands. Comprehensive history of the railways in this area, with 32 plates, 12 illustrations in text, 7 maps, and folding map. (hb) David & Charles, 2nd revised edition 1983, pp305, isbn 0 946537 00 3. VG no dust jacket £6

Christiansen, Rex. Forgotten Railways: Vol 10 The West Midlands. Study of lost lines in Birmingham, Wolverhampton, the Black Country and also a chapter on North Staffordshire. Contains b/w photos and pull out map. (hb) David & Charles, 1985, pp160, isbn 0 946537 01 1. VG, VG £5

Christiansen, Rex. Forgotten Railways: Vol 10 The West Midlands. Contains b/w photos and pull out map. (hb) David & Charles, 1985, pp160, isbn 0 946537 01 1. VG, VG £6.95

Clark, P.L. Staffordshire Railways. Reprinted by Staffordshire County Library from the Victoria History of the County of Stafford. Reprinted extracts originally published in 1967 of the railways in Staffordshire.    (pb) Staffordshire County Library, 1981, pp36, large format, isbn 0 950081 23 X.   VG   £1

Clarke, John & Patmore, J. Allan.   Railway History in Pictures: North-West England.   Mainly b/w photo album with detailed captions.   (hb) David & Charles, 1968, pp112, colour frontis, isbn 0 7153 4274 6. VG, VG   £6

Coles, C.R.L. On the North and West Route from Chester to Newport. Mainly steam photo album, with detailed captions of the Welsh Marches. Covering the lines from Cardiff & Bristol to Hereford, Hereford to Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury to Chester, also Clee Hill Mineral Railway and lines towards Craven Arms, Bishops Castle and Much Wenlock Branch. (hb) Ian Allan, 1984, pp112, isbn 0 7110 1408 6. VG, VG £6.50

Coles, C.R.L. Railways through the Chilterns. This album gives a pictorial impression of the railways in this part of England over a period of 50 years. More than 60 of the b/w photographs were taken before 1939. Ian Allan, 1980, pp128. F, VG £4.50

Connor, J.E. & Halford, B.L. Forgotten Stations of Greater London. The authors have compiled a list of the stations which are now forgotten by the general public, together with dates when they finally closed. Also included is a list of station re-namings with their dates. Illustrated with many b/w photographs. (card cover) Town & Country Press, 1972, pp48. VG £1

Cooper, Basil. Celebration of Steam - Kent & Sussex.   Well illustrated study of railways in this area. (pb) Ian Allan, 1994, pp128, isbn 0 7110 2242 9.   VG   £5

Cooper, Basil. Celebration of Steam - Kent & Sussex. Well illustrated look at steam in these counties, complete with some shed allocations. (pb) Ian Allan, 1994, pp128, isbn 0 7110 2242 9. VG (slight wear to cover) £4.50

Davies, R & Grant, M.D. Forgotten Railways: Chilterns and Cotswolds. A vivid historical and photographic record of the many lines in the Chilterns, Cotswolds and the Northamptonshire uplands. David St John Thomas/BCA, 1984, pp256, pull out map, isbn 0 946537 07 0. VG, VG £7.95

Digby, Nigel J.L. Celebration of Steam - East Anglia.   Well illustrated study of railways in this area. (pb) Ian Allan, 1995, pp128, isbn 0 7110 2379 4.   VG   £5

Dowty, Michael. Vanishing Points. Steam in Worcestershire.   Magnificent b/w photographs, predominately from the steam and early diesel era, paint a vivid photographic picture of all facets of railway life.  (hb)  Alan Sutton, 1986, pp140, isbn 0 86299 286 9. VG, VG   £4.50 

Edwards, Dennis & Pigram, Ron. Metro Memories. A Pictorial History of Metro-Land. This book covers the origins and development of the Metropolitan Railway and the adjacent 'Metro Land settlements'. Copiously illustrated and well researched.  (hb) Baton Transport, 1985, pp128, large format, glazed boards, isbn 0 85936 058 X.  VG   £3

Fairclough, A. The Story of Cornwall's Railways. The late Tony Fairclough charts the development of the various lines in Cornwall (inc. Liskeard and Caradon, Hale, Pentewan, CMR and others). This also charts the early post nationalisation era. Many drawings and b/w photographs/maps. Also includes a copy of the Dart Valley railway stock list. (glossy card cover) Tor Mark Press, circa 1969, pp48. VG £2.75

Ferdeay Glenn, D. Celebration of Steam - Hampshire & Dorset.   Well illustrated study of railways in this area. (pb)   Ian Allan, 1994, pp128, isbn 0 7110 2251 8. VG   £5

Fereday Glenn, David. Rail Routes in Hampshire & East Dorset.   Well illustrated study of railways in the area from 1840 through to the 1980s.   (hb) Ian Allan, 1983, pp128, isbn 0 7110 1213 X. VG, VG   (small repaired tear to top of dust jacket)   price clipped   £5

Field, Kenneth & Stephenson, Brian. Pennine Steam. Over 180 crisp b/w photographs show locomotives hard at work in industrial/rural environments on both sides of the Pennines. Ian Allan, 1977, pp128, isbn 0 7110 0793 4. VG, VG (some sunning to spine) £5.95

Foxall, Clive. Chesham Shuttle. The Story of a Metropolitan Branch Line. History of the Chalfont - Chesham branch line, illustrated with many b/w photographs and maps. (pb) Published by author, 1997, pp84, isbn 0 9529184 0 4. VG (corner crease) £15.95

Gahan, John W. The Line Beneath the Liners. A hundred years of Mersey Railway sights and sounds. This traces the story of the Mersey Railway from it's inception to present day Mersey Rail in the authors easy to read and highly evocative style. Complete with b/w photographs. (pb) Countryvise/Avon Anglia , 1983, pp80. VG £4.95

Gamble, Horace A. Railways around Leicester. Scenes of Times Past. Illustrated with many b/w photos. (hb) Anderson Publications, 1989, pp72, isbn 0 907917 11 9. F, VG (small repaired tear to dust jacket) £17.50

Glover, John. London Transport Buses and Trains Since 1933. Study of transport in London from early years to 1980s, illustrated with many colour and b/w photos. (pb) Ian Allan, 1988, pp64, large format, isbn 0 7110 1756 5. VG £1

Gosling, Ted & Clement, Mike. Somerset Railways.   Mainly photo album with detailed captions of railways in the area, which were operated by the GWR, LSWR and the S&D.   (hb) Sutton publishing, 2000, pp128, glazed boards, isbn 0 7509 2391 1.   VG £5

Hale, Michael. Steam in the Black Country (1948-1967). 58 b/w photos with detailed captions. (card cover) Michael Hale, 1971, 58 b/w photographs. VG   (some fading to the spine edge and wear to edges of cover)     £2 

Healy, John M.C. The Last Days of Steam in Leicestershire and Rutland. Fantastic b/w photographs from the GCR, MR, LNWR lines that served the county. Possibly the best of the series. Alan Sutton, 1989, pp140, isbn 0 86299 614 7. VG, VG (some edge wear to dust jacket) £6.25

Healy, John M.C. The Last Days of Steam in Northamptonshire. B/w photos with detailed captions. (hb) Alan Sutton, 1990, pp135, isbn 0 86299 613 9. VG, VG £4.99

Hitches, Mike (collected by). Birmingham Railways in Old Photographs.   Selection of b/w photos with detailed captions, covering the LNWR, Midland and GWR lines around Birmingham. Also contains a section on industrial railways.   (pb) Alan Sutton, 1997, pp160, isbn 0 7509 0027 X.   G 94 loose pages)   £2

Hitches, Mike. Warwickshire Railways. Sutton's Photographic History of Railways. Lovely images covering the London and Birmingham main line, Trent Valley, LNWR and GW lines. (pb) Sutton Publishing, 1997, pp128, isbn 0 7509 1366 5. VG (corner crease to front) £3.95

Hobbs, Roy. Steam around Surrey and Sussex.   Colour photo album, with very detailed captions of steam in these areas.   (hb)   Ian Allan, 2008, pp80, landscape format glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 3244 6.   F, VG   £6

Holt, Geoffrey O. A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Volume 10 - The North West. Comprehensive history of the railways in this area, with 32 plates, 11 maps, and folding map. (hb) David & Charles, 1978, pp256, isbn 0 7153 7521 0. VG no dust jacket £10

Hoole, K. A Regional History of The Railways of Great Britain. Volume 4 - The North East. Comprehensive history of the railways in this area, with 44 plates, 9 illustrations in text including regional maps, and large folding map. (hb) David & Charles, 3rd revised edition 1986, pp245, isbn 0 946537 31 3. VG no dust jacket £12

Jackson, Alan A. London's Local Railways. A thoroughly researched study of the many local lines serving the Capital. The author being a noted expert on the subject. David & Charles, 1983, pp384, 64 plates, isbn 0 7153 7479 6. VG, VG £8.50

Jackson, Joan. Steam Returns to London. Railway World Special. Detailed study of the return of steam to Marylebone in the late 1980s, illustrated with many photographs and also contains list of diary of locomotives and events. (pb) Ian Allan, 1990, pp48, large format, isbn 0 7110 1897 9. VG £0.50

Jarvis, Adrian. Portrait of the Liverpool Overhead Railway.   Detailed study of this railway, illustrated with b/w photos and drawings.   (hb) Ian Allan, 1996, pp112, glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 2468 5.   VG   £12

Jones, A.E. Roads & Rails of West Yorkshire 1890-1950.   Well illustrated history of road and rail transport in the area.   (hb)   Ian Allan, 1984, pp176, isbn 0 7110 1347 0.   VG, VG   £3

Joy, David. Railways in the North. A Pictorial Introduction. A delightful mix of archive steam and first generation diesel/electrics, show the enormous variety to be seen in the North West. (pb) Dalesman Books, 1983, pp72, landscape format. VG £2.50

Joyce, J.   Roads, Rails & Ferries of Liverpool 1900-1950.   Well illustrated book which traces the evolution of Merseyside's transport system. (hb) Ian Allan, 1983, pp144, isbn 0 7110 1306 3.   VG, VG   (sunning to spine edge)    price clipped   £5

Leboff, David. Ian Allan abc London Underground Stations. A-Z of all underground stations, giving layout, history, design and features, illustrated with b/w photos. (pb) Ian Allan, 1994, pp160, isbn 0 7110 2226 7. F £8.50

Leboff, David & Demuth, Tim. No Need to Ask! Early Maps of London's Underground Railways. This volume illustrates the development of the many attractive and unusual maps used to describe London's Underground railways before the diagrammatic approach by Beck. Capital Transport, 1999, pp80, large landscape format, matt boards, isbn 185414 215 1. VG BUT with some damage to top of spine. £4.95

Lee, Charles E. 100 Years of the District. A well researched history of the line with 30 archive photographs. (card cover) London Transport, 1968, pp32. VG £1.95

Lee, Charles E. Sixty Years of the Northern. A history, complete with archive images of the development of this vitally important portion of LT. (card cover) London Transport, 1968, pp28, 25 photographs. VG £1.50

Lee, Charles E. Sixty Years of the Piccadilly. A well researched history of the line with 24 archive photographs. (card cover) London Transport,1966, pp25. VG £1.95

Lee, Charles E. The District Line. A Brief History. A well researched history of the line with 30 archive photographs. Earlier editions of this book were entitled '100 years of the District'. (card cover) London Transport, 1973, pp35, isbn 0 85329 050 4. VG £1.95

Lucking, J.H. Dorset Railways. Short illustrated account of the growth, running and gradual reduction of Dorset's railways. (hb) Dovecote Press, 1982, pp54, glazed boards, isbn 0 946159 02 5. VG £3.00

McCarthy, Colin & David. Railways of Britain: Kent and Sussex.    Short, well illustrated history of the railways in the area, through to preservation, complete with 41 colour coded maps with map index and gazetteer with opening/closure dates. (hb) Ian Allan, 2007, pp128, glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 3222 4.   F    £5

McCormack, Kevin. Glory Days - Western Region Steam Around London.   Well illustrated album of steam in the area. Contains b/w and colour photos and map.   (hb) Ian Allan, 1998, pp96, landscape format glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 2611 4.   F, VG   £6

McCormack, Kevin. Railways Around Clapham Junction. A Colour Portfolio.   Colour photo album with detailed captions, of steam in the area during the final decade of Southern Region steam. (hb) Ian Allan, 2006, pp80, landscape format glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 3134 7.   F, VG   £6

McCormack, Kevin. The Midland Around London. A Colour Portfolio.   Colour photo album with detailed captions, of steam on the LMR during the mid 1950s to the mid 1960s.   (hb) Ian Allan, 2008, pp80, landscape format glazed boards, isbn 0 7110 3296 5.   F, VG   £6

Madge, Robin. Railways Round Exmoor. A detailed and well illustrated history of the major, minor and mineral lines (Watchet-Brendon Hill/South Molton-Heasley Mill) around Exmoor. (pb) The Exmoor Press, 1971, pp72 + pullout map. VG £4.95

Maggs, Colin. Bristol & Bath Railways.   A look at railways in the Bristol and Bath region in the age of steam, illustrated with b/w photos.   (pb) Countryside Books, 2011, pp128, isbn 1 84674 204 0.   VG (inscription on inside cover)   £4.50

Maggs, Colin G. Branch Lines of Warwickshire. Well illustrated study of railways in the area, with many b/w photos. (hb) Alan Sutton, 1994, pp146, isbn 0 7509 0317 1.   VG, VG  £4.50

Maggs, Colin G. Rail Centres: Exeter. A well illustrated history of railways in the Exeter area. (hb) Ian Allan, pp128, isbn 0 7110 1564 3. VG, VG (But with title page missing) Price clipped £5.00

Maggs, Colin G. Rail Centres: Exeter. No.5. A comprehensive history of the Exeter area. Booklaw Publications/Ian Allan, 2004, pp128. F, F £7.35

Maggs, Colin. West of England. Through a collection of b/w photos with detailed captions, and a lengthy introduction, the author shows us the history of the railways in the West of England from their beginnings to present day.   (hb) Sutton Publishing, 1998, pp184, isbn 0 7509 1618 4.   VG, VG    £7

Mellentin, Julian. Kendal and Windermere Railway. Short illustrated history of this line, complete with reminiscences of station life and activities. (pb) Dalesman, 1980, pp72, isbn 0 85206 610 4. VG £4.95

Mitchell, David. British Railways Past and Present No 17 Cornwall. Over 250 photographs cover most of the passenger stations in the county, the ex LSWR North Cornwall line, branches to Bude, Callington, Looe, Fowey, Newquay, Falmouth, helston and St Ives amongst others. (pb) Past & Present Publishing Ltd., 1993, pp144. VG £6.75

Mitchell, David. British Railways Past & Present No. 8 - Devon. Locations include Axminster, Dainton, Dawlish, Laira Junction and Totnes. (pb) Silver Link, 1991, pp128, isbn 0 947971 58 0. VG (slight edge wear) £5.95

Mitchell, David. British Railways Past & Present No. 8 - Devon. B/w photos with detailed captions from across Devon. (pb) Past & Present Publishing, 1993, pp128, isbn 1 85895 009 0. VG £5.95

Morrison, Brian & Beer, Brian. British Railways Past and Present No. 20 - Kent and east Sussex. Over 260 b/w and colour photos with detailed captions covering over 125 locations. (pb) Past & Present Publishing, 1994, pp144, isbn 1 85895 044 9. VG £5.50

Morrison, Brian & Brunt, Ken. British Railways Past and Present No 13. North West, West and South West London. Over 260 b/w photos with detailed captions, covering over 80 locations. (pb) Past & Present Publishing, 2002, pp144, isbn 1 85895 113 5. VG £5.95

Pirt, Keith R. Steam Colour Portfolio. Eastern & North Eastern Region. Volume One. Colour photographs with detailed captions show a diverse selection of locomotive classes at work and at rest in a number of far reaching geographical locations ranging from western Scotland to East Anglia and everywhere in between. Book Law Publications, 2005, pp96, large landscape format, isbn 1 901945 43 X. F, F £13.95

Pirt, Keith R. Steam Colour Portfolio. Eastern & North Eastern Region. Volume Two. This second helping of the regions photographs contains some of Keith Pirt's more dramatic work. Lovely colour photographs with detailed captions. Book Law Publications, 2008, pp96, large landscape format, isbn 1 901945 90 4. F, F £13.95

Pirt, Keith R. Steam Colour Portfilio London Midland Lines Volume 2. Around the Region with Pete and Tommy. Foreward by Pete Waterman.Colour photographs with detailed captions from the Pirt collection. Booklaw Publications, 2009, pp80, large landscape format, isbn 1 907094 50 7. F, VG £14.95

Pirt, Keith R. Steam Colour Portfolio. Midland & Eastern Lines. Volume Two. Second album in this series which covers the London Midland and also Eastern Region types, including Scottish scenes as well. Colour photographs with detailed captions taken during the late 1950s and early 1960s. Book Law Publications, 2004, pp96, large landscape format, isbn 1 901945 37 5. F, F £12.95

Pixton, Bob & Hooper, John. Leeds Termini. Great Provincial Stations. Archive photographs and a detailed text capture the primarily steam era up to the mid 1960s. (glossy card cover) Book Law/Railbus Publications, 2006, pp64, large format, isbn 1 899624 27 9. VG £4.95

Pope, M. Steam Ramble Number 1: South and West. Atmospheric photographs from both lesser and well known locations in the south of England. When initially published it was exceptionally well received. Ian Allan, 1976, pp96, large format. VG, G (some sunning to jacket) £4.25

Ramsey, Hugh. Capital Steam. Well illustrated with in excess of 200 photographs, primarily b/w and steam but approximately 30 colour images. (hb) Haynes/Oxford Publishing Co., 1989, pp160, large format, isbn 0 86093 412 8. F, VG £6.95

Reed, Hayden J. The Rise & Fall of Nottingham's Railway Network. Volume 2 - Beyond the City Limits. Second volume charting the history of Nottingham's railways. This looks at the lines leading to the city, from their early beginnings through to the decimation of the network in the wake of the Beeching report and beyond. Well illustrated. (hb) Book Law Publications, 2007, pp102, large landscape format, isbn 1 901945 71 5. F, VG £12.00

Riley, R.C. Railway History in Pictures: The West Country.   Mainly b/w photo album with detailed captions, covering GWR and LSWR main lines and branches in the area.   (hb) David & Charles, 1972, pp112, colour frontis, isbn 0 7153 5479 5.   VG, VG   (slight wear to spine edge of dust jacket)   £6

Rocksborough-Smith, Simon. Main Lines to the West. Well illustrated study of the GWR and former LSWR lines to the west during the 1950s and 60s. (hb) Ian Allan, 1981, pp128, isbn 0 7110 1117 6. VG, VG £4.50

Saunders, John. Lincs, Notts & Derbyshire by Rail. A guide to the routes, scenery and towns. An interesting an well illustrated (DMU's etc) guide to the area. (pb) Jarrold, 1989, pp64. VG £0.50

Searle, Muriel V. Down The Line to Southend. The author has used contemporary records, photographs, documents and timetables to recreate the atmosphere of the exceptionally busy line between London, through Barking to Southend and Shoeburyness, Southend being the venue of many seaside excursions. Bloomsbury Books, 1988, pp196, isbn 1870630 46 7. F, VG £2.50

Shannon, Paul & Hillmer, John. British Railways Past and Present No 3. The North West. Locations include: Liverpool, Manchester, Wigan, Rochdale, Preston, Blackpool and Lancaster. (pb) Silver Link Publishing Ltd., 1986, pp104, isbn 0 947971 10 6 VG £5.75

Sherwood, Tim. The Railways of Richmond upon Thames. Illustrated history from Richmond's first railway in 1830 through to electrification and up to the 1980s. (pb) Forge Books, 1991, pp72, isbn 0 904662 18 7. VG £4

Smith, Martin. An Illustrated History of Exmoor's Railways. Well illustrated study looking at five railway lines in the area, Barnstaple-Ilfracombe, Barnstaple-Taunton, Taunton-Minehead, Lynton & Barnstaple and the West Somerset Mineral Railway. (pb) Irwell Press, 1995, pp76, large format, isbn 1 871608 66 X. VG £5

Stocks, William B.   Pennine Journey. Being the history of the railways, tramways and canals in Huddersfield and district.   History of transport in the area from the 1800s through to the 1950s, with chapters on the origin of canals and railways, from canal to railway, the railway age, railways and private industry and tramways.   (pb) The advertiser Press Ltd, Huddersfield, 1960, pp98.   VG   £3

Suggitt, Gordon. Lost Railways of Lancashire.   Illustrated with b/w photos and maps, this looks at 10 lost railways in the Lancashire area,   (pb) Countryside Books, reprinted with revisions 2004, pp160, isbn 1 85306 801 2.   VG    £3

Suggitt, Gordon. Lost Railways of Lancashire.   Illustrated with b/w photos and maps, this looks at 10 lost railways in the Lancashire area,   (pb) Countryside Books, 2003, pp160, isbn 1 85306 801 2.   VG    £5

Thomas, David St John. A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain. Volume 1 - The West Country. Considered to be the authoritative work on the West Countries many railways.   (hb) David St John Thomas, 6th edition 1988, pp313, 68 plates, 16 illustrations in text including regional maps, large folding map, isbn 0 946537 17 8. G, G The book has been knocked on the back resulting in a small dent in back of book and damage to the dust jacket (photos may be supplied) £4

Thomas, David St John. West Country Railway History. The paperback edition of A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain Volume 1: The West Country. This is considered to be the authoritative work on the subject. (pb) David & Charles, 1988, pp313, 68 plates, 16 illustrations in text including regional maps and large folding map, isbn 0 946537 17 8. VG £4.75

Thomas, David St John & Rocksborough Smith, Simon. Summer Saturdays in the West. A detailed work which compares and contrasts the services, journeys, rolling stock and timings of summer Saturday services in July 1957 and a similar summer Saturday in 1971. Illustrated with b/w photos. (hb)   David & Charles, 3rd edition 1983, pp175, isbn 0 946537 04 6.    VG, VG    £5

Vaughan, John.   Branches & Byways Cornwall.   Comprehensive history of Cornish branch lines covering a 200 year period from early 19th century to the start of the 21st century. The author has incorporated for the first time in one volume every Cornish branch line that was ever connected to the main railway network, along with three early narrow gauge railways.   Also contains more than 370 illustrations, a number of which have never been published before.   (hb) Oxford Publishing Co., 2002, pp256, large format, isbn 0 86093 566 3.   F, VG   £25

Waller, Peter. Celebration of Steam - West Riding.   Comprehensive, well illustrated study of railways in the area including Bradford, Queensbury Triangle, Calderdale, Huddersfield, Wakefield and other locations. (pb) Ian Allan, 1994, pp128, isbn 0 7110 2252 6.   VG   £4

White, H.P. Edited by David St John Thomas. A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain. Volume 2. Southern England.   Comprehensive history of the railways in this area. (hb)   David & Charles, 1970, pp218, with frontispiece 36 plates, 9 illustrations in text including regional maps and large folding map, isbn 0 7153 4733 0. VG, VG £5

Whiteley, J.S. & Morrison, G.W. British Railways Past and Present No. 2: South & West Yorkshire.   B/w past & present photos with detailed captions from across the area, including the class 76s around Barnsley.   (pb) Silver Link, 1986, pp84, isbn 0 94797 08 4.   VG   £5

Whiteley, J.S. & Morrison, G.W. British Railways Past and Present No. 2 - South and West Yorkshire. B/w photos with detailed captions. (pb) Silver Link, 1991, pp84, isbn 0 947971 08 4. VG (slight edge wear to cover) £5.50

Whiteley, J.S. & Morrison, G.W. Steam in the West Riding. Crisp images capture the enormous variety of traffic on the many passenger and freight lines in the area. David & Charles, 1975, pp72, mid large format, isbn 0 7153 7121 5. VG, VG £7.95