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L&BR Replica Buttons

L&BR Buttons

L&BR replica buttons now available. Set of 6, replica L&BR 25mm buttons, in a plastic case.  Very smart. These are to special order and only available from the L&B shop.

Price: 
£29.50

PECO 009 L&B Carriage No.7

Peco open centre 3rd

 

This is a model of No.7 in L&BR livery just like the restored carriage currently operating on the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway at Woody Bay North Devon. Consisting of 6 compartments and the centre observation saloon, close inspection will reveal a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing. Minimum recommended radius is 9 inches (Setrack 1st radius).

By purchasing from us you will be assisting the rebuilding of the railway itself.

Price: 
£45.00

PECO 009 SR Carriage No.2466

Peco open centre 3rd SR

 

This is a model of No.7 as SR No.2466  Just like the restored carriage operating on the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway at Woody Bay North Devon, but in the later Southern Railway livery. Consisting of 6 compartments and the centre observation saloon, close inspection will reveal a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing. Minimum recommended radius is 9 inches (Setrack 1st radius).

By purchasing from us you will be assisting the rebuilding of the railway itself.

Price: 
£45.00

Eric Leslie 'LYN' Mug

Eric Leslie 'LYN' Mug
Eric Leslie LYN Mug
Eric Leslie artwork, featuring LYN The Yankee, and text marking the completion of the loco by the 762 Club in 2017.
Price: 
£3.99

Lyn Returns

Lyn returns

This book was compiled to accompany the arrival of new-build E762 Lyn at Woody Bay Station. Includes information about the 762 Club - the organisation that funded the construction of this loco, Lyn's history and details of the build and design of the new loco.

Lyn - yet another new Lynton and Barnstaple Locomotive!

At its opening in May 1898, the legendary narrow-gauge Lynton & Barnstaple Railway was equipped with three Manning Wardle 2-6-2 tank engines. Two months later these were joined by LYN a Baldwin 2-4-2 which arrived in crates from the USA. The Baldwin was often referred to by the staff as 'The Yankee'. Despite a few teething problems, LYN was a popular and distinctive engine that was also the most powerful on the line - occasionally hauling five-coach trains.

Price: 
£9.95

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - A Celebration

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - A Celebration

The Lynton & Barnstaple Railway - A Celebration

This large-format book features historical photographs of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, several of them previously unpublished. The photographs have extended captions to create an attractive and high-quality publication about the L&BR. The author Tony Nicholson is a life-long historian of the railway and a long-serving Trustee of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway Trust.

Hard cover, 224 pages with over 200 photos and illustrations

The railway benefits significantly from the sale of this book, with all profits going towards the restoration of the railway.

Price: 
£45.00

A Narrow Gauge Album of Watercolours by Eric Leslie

A Narrow Gauge Album of Watercolours by Eric Leslie



A personal account by renowned railway artist, Eric Leslie. It covers over 40 years of his involvement in narrow gauge – from early days helping lay track and repairing carriages for the Festiniog Railway, to more recent work illustrating the much-loved cards and posters for the Lynton and Barnstaple.

Price: 
£10.95

PECO 009 open bogie wagon L&BR No 22

PECO 009 open bogie wagon L&BR No.22

OO9 (narrow gauge) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton bogie open wagon.

Available in L&B grey as No 22 an open bogie vehicle of 8 ton capacity. Built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works.

Careful attention has been paid to the detailed livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes.

Price: 
£23.85

Branch Lines of Devon, Volume 2

Branch Lines of Devon, Volume 2
Branch Lines of Devon, Volume 2

New DVD, as advertised in the L&B Newsletter:

Produced by 1st Take and based on the book "Branch Lines of Devon 2: Plymouth, West and North Devon" by well-known railway historian Colin Maggs. The DVD runs for over 100 minutes, of which about 12 minutes is devoted to the L&B. This features a brief history of the line, plus recent visits to Chelfham and Woody Bay Station, including film of LYD and our resident locos at the Autumn 2016 Steam Gala.

 

 

Price: 
£14.95

Gala Days No.10 now available online

Ideal present!

TAGVideo Production DVD

Here is the newest 2016 L&B Gala Days DVD available.

Produced by Trevor Garnham. this is No.10 in the series. At nearly 2 hours it covers both the Spring and Autumn 2016 L&B Galas featuring all our resident locos and heritage carriages and freight rains with the South African rolling stock.
Plus for the Autumn Gala the Ffestinog Railways LYD and latest addition to the L&B roster, FAITH. Plus model railways and other marquee, attractions as well as the 71/4" miniature railway in operation.

Price: 
£10.00

Eric Leslie 'ISAAC' Mug

Eric Leslie ISAAC Mug
ISAAC mug. New design by Eric Leslie, featuring ISAAC, King of the Exmoor Hills!
Price: 
£3.99

A Ticket to Lynton

Amply illustrated throughout with the colour paintings of esteemed local artist Eric Leslie. Take a descriptive journey from Barnstaple to Lynton in the railways hey-day and imagine a future time when this will be a possibility again. Proceeds from the sale of this book will all go towards restoring the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway.

Price: 
£8.50

The L&B from the Air

 The L&B from the Air

60 page full colour book, documenting the route of the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway from the air. Aerial photography by Philip Lane.

Price: 
£9.95

Modelling the L&B

Modelling the L&B

With the growing availability of accurate ready-to-run models of Lynton & Barnstaple locomotives and rolling stock, and a wide range of kits and other relevant items, many people are considering creating an L&B model. This new book will help them.

Price: 
£9.95

Eric Leslie 'Woody Bay' Mug

Eric Leslie 'Woody Bay' Mug
Eric Leslie 'Woody Bay' Mug
Woody Bay Station with ISAAC and the heritage carriages painted by our resident artist Eric Leslie.
Price: 
£3.99

Southern Railway, L&BR Branch Graphical Working Timetable July to September 1935.

This is interesting

L&BR Trust Member Philip Groves has constructed a Graphical Working Timetable, covering train services for the period from 7th July 1935, up to the closure at the end of September. A most unusual piece of work, spread over 6 sides of 300mm x 230mm paper, which opens out to 690mm wide showing the timings for the various daily workings between stations,and the stations where trains passed
 
 
 
Price: 
£1.95

Gala Days No.11

Gala Days 11

Ideal present!

TAGVideo Production DVD

Here is the latest Gala Days DVD

Produced by Trevor Garnham. this is No.11 in the series. For the first time, features two discs with a total running time of three and a half hours, documenting both the Spring and Autumn 2017 Galas plus extra footage as detailed below.

 

Price: 
£15.00

2017 Christmas Card

2017 Chrismas Card

The 2017 Christmas card by our resident artist Eric leslie, are of a delightful winter scene of snow clearance at Fairview with Lyn arriving at Parracombe. A scene soon to be recreated?

Pack is for 5 cards and envelopes.

Click on the BUY NOW button below to obtain a pack of five cards with envelopes today.

 

Price: 
£2.50

PECO 009 L&B Carriage No.11

PECO all third No.11

 

This is a model of No.11 in L&BR livery just like the restored carriage currently operating on the Lynton & Barnstaple Railway at Woody Bay North Devon. Consisting of 7 third class compartments, close inspection will reveal a wealth of subtle detail in the painting and printing. Minimum recommended radius is 9 inches (Setrack 1st radius).

By purchasing from us you will be assisting the rebuilding of the railway itself.

Price: 
£45.00

Peco 009 open bogie wagon SR No 28313

PECO 009 open bogie wagon SR No 28313

PECO OO9 (narrow gauge) Lynton & Barnstaple Railway 8 ton bogie open wagon

Built at the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway’s workshop at Pilton in 1903 to complement the existing fleet, which included a number of similar vehicles built by Bristol Wagon and Carriage Works. When new these vehicles were painted light grey with black ironwork. From the late 1920's this vehicle was repainted standard SR brown, and renumbered SR 28313.

Careful attention has been paid to the detailed livery, plus separately-fitted brake levers and vacuum brake pipes.

Price: 
£23.85

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