5 BOOK BUNDLE
LMS150 (by Patrick Whitehouse & David St John Thomas) - A remarkable story presented in an unusually enterprising manner with colour photographs, paintings, maps and many other illustrations, LMS 510 will give many hours of happy reading. In addition to having substantial reference value. It explores the many ramifications of what was the world's largest commercial organisation.
ALL COLOUR WORLD OF TRAINS (by John Westwood) - This stunningly illustrated book relives the days when giant steam locomotives thundered across the continents, providing the essential arteries of trade that made the Industrial Revolution possible in Europe and opening up and bringing civilisation to the great open spaces of Australia and North America.
GREAT RAILWAY PHOTOGRAPHS (by Eric Treacy) - This volume contains some of the finest photographs of railway subjects in the British Isles, they came from the cameras of one man, Bishop Eric Treacy, a doyen among railway photographers. Unlike most rail enthusiasts Treacy was a photographer first. There is no doubt that the smoke, steam, light and shade, so much part of the railway, as well as steam locomotives of all shapes and sizes, tempted him and in the event he came as near as any many to capturing these scenes through the lens of a camera.
THE ORIENT EXPRESS : THE HISTORY OF THE ORIENT EXPRESS SERVICE 1883 TO 1950 - an engrossing portrait of the world's best known luxury train service. Includes over 100 black and white photographs, many of them rarely seen archive images of carriage exteriors and interior detailing. Describes famous passengers on the Orient Express service as well as the historical context of the service.
THE PICTORIAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RAILWAYS (by Hamilton Ellis) - Here is one of the most exciting and comprehensive collections of railway pictures ever published. Over 800 pictures and 30,000 words of captions tell the story of railways from the first Babylonian rutways to the 160 mph Tokaido Line Trains.