Railway Technology & Engineering
BIC code: TRF
See also: Engineering
- Paperback - History
This title chronicles the end of the steam trains in Scotland. It covers the whole of the country and shows the wide variety of steam power that was in operation, from the early 0-4-4s and 0-4-0s to the more modern classes of LNER, LSR and BR Standard.
- Paperback - Birlinn
The Forth Bridge has long been recognised as one of the finest examples of Victorian engineering on the planet and has achieved an iconic status. Lavishly illustrated throughout with stunning archive images, Elspeth Wills uncovers the human story behind 'the engineering marvel'.
- Add to BasketBattle For The North: The Tay And Forth Bridges And The 19th-Century Railway Wars
- Paperback - Granta
Presenting a dramatic and scandalous story of the building of the Tay and Forth Bridges and the 19th century railway wars, this work explores the complicated reality underlying the Victorian pursuit of progress.
- Add to BasketLancashire & Cumberland's Last Days Of Colliery Steam
- Hardback - Stenlake
This is a collection of 1970s photographs taken by the author chronicling, as the title suggests, the final days of the steam locomotive at collieries in Cumberland and Llancashire. The photos are accompanied by captions identifying the locomotives and giving an account of their smoke-filled lives.