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The last days of steam in Gloucestershire

Ben Ashworth

The last days of steam in Gloucestershire

by Ben Ashworth

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Published by A. Sutton in Gloucester [Gloucestershire] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England.,
  • England,
  • Gloucestershire.
    • Subjects:
    • Locomotives -- England.,
    • Railroads -- England -- Gloucestershire.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBen Ashworth.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTJ603.4.G72 G573 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination137 p. :
      Number of Pages137
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3239278M
      ISBN 100862990572
      LC Control Number83153927
      OCLC/WorldCa10723230

        DFR’s resident small Prairie T locomotive no , built in ,. DFR's Resident War Department Austerity locomotive ST no ‘Rennes’ built in Guest locomotiive ex-GWR.   A brilliant film made during the decline of Steam on the Settle – Carlisle railway in and This film has great nostalgia, beautiful scenery, lighting, mood, atmosphere and evocative.

      Most orders are dispatched within two-three working days of receipt of cleared payment. If there is going to be a significant delay (more than 10 working days), we will contact you and, where possible, give you an estimated dispatch time. Please be aware that advance orders will be sent as soon as the relevant book has been published. The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway has announced the last running day for GWR goods locomotive, , before its year overhaul. The locomotive will bow out of service on Wednesday 1st Jan After this date, her boiler certificate will expire and will mean she can no longer steam.

      The Last Days Of Steam in Oxfordshire (Pages - & ) Kevin Robertson Alan Sutton Publishing 0 6 More Last Days Of Steam in Oxfordshire (Pages - ) Laurence Waters Alan Sutton Publishing 0 8 British Railways Past and Present Oxfordshire (Pages and centre colour section) Laurence Waters & Tony Doyle. * In earlier years, there was a timetabled light engine, am Andover – Cheltenham. On 14 August at am, this loco, Malvern Road based Mogul , hit a tractor on a crossing one and three-quarter miles north of Cricklade. (per Adrian Vaughan's book 'Last Year of the GWR'.).


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The book covers a wide variety of classes of locomotives, that were withdrawn during the last decade of steam traction, some of which examples are now preserved. Malcolm Clegg, has been taking railway pictures since the early s and has access to collections taken by friends who were recording the steam railway scene during this period.

The Last days of Steam in Gloucestershire: A Second Selection contains over evocative and atmospheric photographs which capture the changing world of Gloucestershire's railways, including a section on Gloucester : Amberley Publishing.

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This is a photographic record of the railways of Gloucestershire during a Brand: Amberley Publishing. Colin G. Maggs is a railway historian and the author of more than 60 books about British railways, particularly those in the southwest of has also written many newspaper and magazine articles about them and made several TV appearances and radio broadcasts on the subject.

He was awarded an MBE in for services to railway history and an honorary MA from the University of. Colin Garratt was a railway photographer.

He died in November (Heritage Railway magazine). Note, that he had the habit publishing photographic albums in which he selected and wrote captions of photographs of other photographers, listing himself as the first author and putting his own name on the spine rather than the photographer who arguably had more of a right to be listed as first author.

The Last Days of Steam in Gloucestershire Register of Cremations Vol.3 Downloads Nonconformist Transcription & Index for Gloucestershire Vol.

1 (Births & Baptisms). In this volume, Eric Sawford uses a selection of photographs to tell the story of the last days of steam power on the Eastern Region.

His pictures show that, while steam locomotives were not withdrawn from the Eastern Region until the mid s, the s was their swan song. The author's photographs document the range of motive power that could be seen on the track in that era.Registered Address: Newtown House, 38 Newtown Road, Liphook, Hants, GU30 7DX.

Registered in England, No. VAT No. Saturday 31 October was a day when cuts proposed by Dr Richard Beeching in his report 'The Reshaping of British Railways' - published by HMSO on 27 March - bit deeply into Gloucestershire's railway network.

Various lines witnessed their last passenger services, with some also losing remaining freight workings and closing completely.