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17341. Hunter, RA, Ludgate, RC, and Richardson, J: Gone But Not Forgotten Belfast Trams, 1872 - 1954.

Belfast: RPSI and ITT, October 1980. Second edition. 47pp. 25 x 18cm. Arms of the City of Belfast, route map, and 66 superb photographs. Pictorial glazed card covers. Slight fading to spine, o/w in good condition. 10.00


567. Hunter, RA, Ludgate, RC, and Richardson, J: Gone But Not Forgotten Belfast Trams, 1872 - 1954.

Belfast: Railway Preservation Society of Ireland and Irish Transport Trust, 1979. 47pp. 25 x 18cm. Arms of the City of Belfast, route map, and 66 superb photographs. Pictorial matt card covers. In very good condition. 10.00


15129. Kilroy, J: Irish Trams.

Omagh: Colourpoint Press, 1996. 127 pp. 29 x 21.5 cm. A comprehensive and well-illustrated study of trams in Ireland. Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. Gold-blocked black boards in a pictorial dustwrapper. In a very good dustwrapper, almost as new. 20.00


10434. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 1.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1989. 29.5 by 21 cms. 64 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. Tthe association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on Karlsruhe, Manchester, light rail in the USA, South Yorkshire, low floor access, and others. 6.00


10435. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 3.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1991. 29.5 by 21 cms. 79 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. The association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on Zurich, Metrolink, Amsterdam's Amstelveen line, South Yorkshire, a possible national Light Rail template, Croydon tramlink, Midlands Metro, Hiroshoma, light rail in the UK, and others. 6.00


10436. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 4.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1992. 29.5 by 21 cms. 80 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. The association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on Nantes, the Guided bus, LRT for Cardiff Bay, Melbourne, Developments in France, Germany and Switzerland, Metrolink, West coast USA experience, Sheffield construction, Roumania, and others. 6.00


10437. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 5.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1993. 29.5 by 21 cms. 80 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. The association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on South Yorkshire, current developments in France, the UK, Metrolink, LUTE a context for light rail, low floor cars, shared track running in the UK, Saarbrucken, an LRT for Leeds, St. Louis, revival of the Mongy, and others. 6.00


10438. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 6.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1994. 29.5 by 21 cms. 72 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. The association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on, Tuen Mun LRT, Blackpool, Portsmouth-Gosport, the Tandy subway Fort Worth, current developments in France, Glasgow's transport strategy, Nantes line 2, Strasbourg, LRT in Europe, Sheffield, and others. 6.00


10439. Light Rail Transit Association: Light Rail Review 7.

London: Platform 5 Publishing Co. 1996. 29.5 by 21 cms. 80 pp. illustrated, soft covers, in very good condition, as new. The association was founded in 1937 to promote tramway development. Articles on, Ultra light rail, LRT in Japan, LRT in the UK and Ireland, low floor trams, current developments in France, the Cassel-Bauntal extension,Manchester Metrolink, Sheffield supertram, and others. 6.00


16279. Maybin, J.M: Belfast Corporation Tramways 1905-1954.

LRTA: no date 83pp. illustrated, paper covers. v.g. now a fairly scarce item. 16.50


15131. Maybin, Mike: A Nostalgic Look at Belfast Trams since 1945.

Peterborough: Silver Link Publishing, 1994. 100 pp. 27.5 x 21.5 cm. Profusely illustrated. Glazed pictorial card covers. Belfast Corporation operated the trams very profitably and in 1945 they carried over 155 million passengers but the trams were scrapped because they got in the way of cars. Folly indeed. 12.00


15076. Maybin, Mike: Belfast's Lost Tramways.

Catrine: Stenlake Publishing, 2003. 17.5 x 24 cm. 48 pp. Illustrated. Good nostalgic photographs with a written commentary. Pictorial card covers. Light fold to lower right area of front cover, otherwise good. 8.00


17328. McGuigan, J.H.: The Giant's Causeway Tramway The Pioneer Hydro-Electric Railway.

Lingfield, Surrey: The Oakwood Press, 1964. First edition. vi+107 pp. 24 illustrations. 4 maps. Drawing of Car Number 20. 3 tables. 6 exquisite little tail piece in text. Gold-blocked maroon boards, in a dusty dustwrapper. Some shelfwear, but otherwise in fair/good condition. This pioneer hydro-electric tramway was one of the great tourist attractions on the North Antrim Coast of Ireland. 20.00


6841. McGuigan, John: Giant's Causeway, Portrush & Bush Valley Railway & Tramway Co. Limited.

Belfast: Ulster Folk & Transport Museum, 1983. 36 pp. 15 x 21 cm. Illustrated. Map and diagrams. Pictorial laminated card covers. Neatly inscribed by owner on title page. Vg. 20.00


17324. Newham, AT: The Bessbrook and Newry Tramway.

Blandford: The Oakwood Press, 1979. Locomotion Papers Number 115. 34 pp. 21.5 x 14 cm. Sixteen photographs and maps. Pictorial laminated card covers. Scarce title now. 20.00


9448. Palmer, Steve and Higgs, Phillip: Trams To The Tower.

Blackpool: Lancastrian Transport Publications 1990. 56 pp. illustrated plans, illustrated card covers, in very good condition. Tramways in Blackpool. 5.00


2027. Quaney, J: A Penny to Nelson's Pillar.

Portlaw: Co Waterford: Volturna Press, 1971. viii+224+ii pp, 22 x 15 cm. 13 plates, mounted portrait of engineer, and diagrams in text, in card covers. A biography of Kerr Quaney one of the early electrical engineers in Ireland. Includes much material on Dublin trams. 45.00

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