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The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway Measured and Drawn

"There are good railway books, excellent railway books and superb railway books (as well as not-so-good railway books). But just occasionally a railway book comes along so good it defies categorisation - and this is one."


PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM IS NOT AVAILABLE FROM US - PLEASE ORDER DIRECT FROM THE AUTHOR

Stephen Phillips, 27 Waresley Park, Hartlebury, Worcestershire DY11 7XF Tel. 01299 253493 or EMAIL for more details.

Alternatively visit his website http://www.sdphillips.co.uk (link is external) to purchase online today.


A beautiful volume of meticulously prepared and finely detailed drawings describing every detail of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway, as it was before it's closure in 1935.

Drawn by L&B Life Member Steve Philips - this is the result of over twenty years and thousands of hours of work and painstaking archaeological and historical research - almost guaranteed to provide any L&B enthusiast with a lifetimes enjoyment and pleasure.

Locomotives, carriages, rolling stock, the cranes, station buildings, bridges, viaducts, signals and signal boxes, trackwork, water tanks, track plans, maps, equipment and specially illustrated colour livery profiles etc answering so many questions for enthusiasts and modellers alike.

This work has been a labour of love for the author, the result is a unique book to be treasured and enjoyed by anyone with an interest in England's finest narrow gauge railway.

"I bought a copy of this book and it has to be the most comprehensive work on any railway that I have yet met.  The book is worth every penny of the cost."

Price £65 + £9 UK P&P


PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM IS ONLY AVAILABLE DIRECT FROM THE AUTHOR

Stephen Phillips, 27 Waresley Park, Hartlebury, Worcestershire DY11 7XF Tel. 01299 253493  for more details.

Or visit his website http://www.sdphillips.co.uk to purchase today.


 

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