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    Steam Engines

    R119,00 R310,28
    Steam Engines is a stunningly illustrated, comprehensive guide to the history of the steam railway in Britain. This book tracks the development of the steam locomotive, from its earliest days in the 1800s through to the great trains of the mid-20th century. Packed with historical photographs and in-depth information. Each box set includes a special key ring and is a must-have for steam engine enthusiasts.

    The Train Book: The Definitive Visual History

    R420,00 R480,00
    Offers a visual history and glorious celebration of all things train and track. This book traces the history and role of trains from steam engines to diesel engines and high-speed bullet trains. It is suitable for train enthusiasts of all ages.

    British Steam in Colour: London to Aberdeen from the Bill Reed Collection

    Seventy-nine-year-old Nottingham railway photographer, Bill Reed, shows for the first time his colour pictures of steam locomotives taken from the line-side, on shed and on works. The photographs cover the area on and off the main line from the London termini up to Aberdeen.

    To the Edge of the World: The Story of the Trans-Siberian Railway

    R236,00 R270,00
    The epic story of the world's longest and greatest railway, as told by Britain's bestselling transport historian.

    Felix the Railway Cat

    R280,00 R320,00

    German Armored Trains on the Russian Front: 1941-1944

    This new book is the third by Wolfgang Sawodny on German armored trains in World War II, and presents all new information not previously discussed in his first two highly successful volumes. The main emphasis here is on the operational history of German armored train units on the Russian front, and includes many previously unpublished photographs.

    Train: The Definitive Visual History

    R555,00 R591,32

    Orient Express: The King of Trains

    R1 139,00 R1 313,28
    Orient Express: The King of Trains is a photographic guide to the history and culture surrounding this mythic train and all that took place within, from its notable passengers including Tolstoy and Grace Kelly to the tales crafted by Hemingway and Agatha Christie.

    'Jubilees' and 'Jubblys': A Trainspotter's Story 1959-1964: Part 1

    R205,00 R217,21
    Started as a tribute to the 'Ian Allan Combined Volumes' so much revered by the trainspotters of the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and beyond. Every 'Gricers' story is as different as the areas, locosheds and stations visited back in the days of steam there is no shortage of potential material!

    Railway Journeys in Art: Scotland: v. 1

    R720,00 R883,21

    Do Not Alight Here: Walking London's Lost Underground and Railway Stations

    R180,00 R190,08
    Guides the reader through London's many remaining disused Underground and main line railway structures. This book includes abandoned tunnels, derelict stations, old trackbeds and more that can be viewed in a series of 12 guided walks and short tube and train journeys, devised and investigated by the author.