Julian Holland; David Spaven
Follow the development, decline and revival of Britain's railways through a unique collection of old and new maps, commentaries and photographs. Charting the rich history of Britain's railways from 1819...
Good-quality colour photographs of the last days of the steam age are rare. Many of those that do exist have been published repeatedly, but the 250 colour photographs...
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A striking photographic record of how the Beeching cuts and modernisation saw our grand terminal stations, soaring viaducts and cavernous locomotive works wiped from the landscape.
A guide to Europe's rail network on the very brink of the First World War. Published in 1913, it is divided into three sections: timetables for services covering the continent...
The new, updated edition of the popular London Railway Atlas.
Engines of War tells the dramatic story of how the birth of the railways shaped how wars were fought and won, facilitating conflict on a previously unimaginable scale.
The London Underground is the heart of London life, used by millions of commuters and shoppers every year, its tentacles extending into the suburbs it has helped to create. Its...
An illustrated and comprehensive history of the world's greatest railway maps, and the railways behind them.
This lavish new volume explores Britain's extensive railway heritage, offering a comprehensive history of their construction, use and subsequent preservation.
Christian Wolmar's biggest paperback yet. Blood, Iron and Gold tells the dramatic story of the people and events that shaped the world's railways and how the railways changed the world.
Julian Holland; David Spaven
Follow the development, decline and revival of Britain's railways through a unique collection of old and new maps, commentaries and photographs. The story is traced from early 'waggonways' through the...
David Long; Jane Magarigal
The seminal and pioneering London Underground is more than a mass transportation network - it is a style icon, its history involving some of the most important architects and artists...
This is an anthology that will appeal to the railway buff and the armchair traveller alike.
Britain's most celebrated living railway artist, John Austin is an honorary fellow of the Guild of Railway Artists. This title, beautifully produced in large format on art paper, presents 100...
A nostalgic guide to Britain's railways as they were just after the War.
A travel companion celebrating the treasures of our railway heritage from one of Britain's most knowledgeable railway writers.