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North Eastern Engine Sheds 5

Author: David Dunn
Publisher: Steam Memories on Shed : 1950's-1960's
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A History of North Eastern Railway Architecture

Author: Bill Fawcett
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North Eastern Locomotive Sheds

Author: K. Hoole
Publisher: David & Charles Publishers
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London and North Eastern Railway Magazine

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The Industrial Archaeology of Northern Ireland

Author: William Alan McCutcheon
Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
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A major study of the growth and decline of transport and industry in Ulster, this extremely detailed and comprehensive book throws new light on the infrastructure of corn grinding, spade forging, paper making, and other industries, and examines the mechanics of early road, bridge, and canal construction, more than 850 photographs and charts are contained in this volume.


Britain s Lost Railways

Author: John Minnis
Publisher: Aurum Press
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The beautifully restored St Pancras Station is a magisterial example of Britain’s finest Victorian architecture. Like the viaducts at Belah and Crumlin, cathedral-like stations such as Nottingham Victoria and spectacular railway hotels like Glasgow St Enoch's, it stands proud as testament to Britain's architectural heritage. In this stunning book, John Minnis reveals Britain's finest railway architecture. From the most cavernous engine sheds, like Old Oak Common, through the eccentric country halts on the Tollesbury line and the gantries of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, to the soaring viaducts of Belah and Cumlin, Britain’s Lost Railways offers a sweeping celebration of our railway heritage. The selection of images and the removable facsimile memorabilia, including tickets, posters, timetables and maps, allows the reader to step into that past, serving as a testimony to an age of ingenuity and ambition when the pride we invested in our railways was reflected in the grandeur of the architecture we built for them.


North Eastern branch lines since 1925

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Ottley s Bibliography of British Railway History

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For over thirty years the Bibliography of British Railway History has been an essential tool for anyone wanting to study the history of rail transport and one of the foundations for the best of recent railway historical research. The continuing output of new publications about railways is such that a substantial supplement is required from time to time to maintain the work's utility. This is the second such supplement. As well as providing addenda to some of the 13,000 entries in the previous volumes, this volume has 6600 new entries.


A History of the Narrow gauge Railways of North east Ireland The Ballycastle Railway

Author: Edward Mervyn Patterson
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Railway Stations of the North East

Author: K. Hoole
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Ken Hoole was a noted authority on the railways of the north east of England. Ths, his wide-ranging account of the stations that served the passengers of the north-east's railway, is complemented by illustrations and photographs of both the bustling city stations and long closed country stops. The author has also provided a gazetteer listing all the stations of the NER, their opening and closing dates, and their attentant equipment. Appendices list wartime temporary closures and the later station openings of the LNER and BR.