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8160. : Railway Returns: Returns of the Capital, Traffic, Receipts, and Working Expenditure of the Railway Companies of the United Kingdom for the years 1900-1910.

London: H.M.S.O. 1901-1911. Ten years bound as one. With a general report thereon and summary tables for a series of years.33.5 by21.5cms.xxi+93+xxiii+94+xlix+98+liii+98+liii+98+liii+98+xlix+98+li+98+li+98+xlix+98. in black cloth, boards a little bit rubbed, spine professionally repaired, otherwise a very tight copy, in very good condition. From the G.N.R. (I) Accountant's Office Dublin. Relatively scarce. This is a very heavy item. 100.00


8138. : Transport History

Newton Abbot: David & Charles Vol 5 No 3 Nov. 1972 pp. 229-328. maps, illustrations, card covers, Articles include, monopoly and public utility: the Birmingham canals 1767-72, the promotion of four Yorkshire railways and the Share Capital Market, the London independent Bus operators 1922-34, John Joice & Son Coachbuilders, Basingstoke. In very good condition. 5.00


11904. Addison, Sir William: The Old Roads of England.

London: B. T. Batsford 1980. 167 pp. illustrated, maps, hardback, very good in a v.g. dustwrapper. 7.00


9003. Allen, C. Edgar: The Modern Locomotive.

Cambridge: University Press 1912. viii+174 pp. illustrated, red covers, minor wear, very good. Written not for specialists but the wider public. 11.00


20071. Belfast Tramway Company.: Belfast Tramway Company Pocket Time Table Sept. 1874 and Pocket Time Table December 1877.

Belfast: W.& G. Baird 1874 and 1877 Two contemporary folded Time Tables, 1874 is 12 by 7.5 cm. whilst 1877 is 9 x 5.5 cm. light card, in good condition. The Belfast Street Tramways Company started services on 28 Aug. 1872 from Castle Place to Botanic gardens. These very early timetables are extremely scarce urvivors. 50.00


3528. British Railways Board: London on Wheels Public Transport in London in the Nineteenth Century.

London: British Railways Board 1968. 21.5 by 14 cms 24pp. illustrated, paper covers, a handsome little booklet very good. 4.95


16190. Bus Eireann: 1991 Daily Calendar with Mottoes.

Dublin: Bus Eireann, 1990. Cardboard bus, 9 x 29 x 6 cm. The calendar, with one pull-off page per day, is mounted on one side of the bus. In original packaging for posting. 10.00


16191. Bus Eireann: 1994 Daily Calendar with Mottoes.

Dublin: Bus Eireann, 1993. Cardboard bus, 9 x 29 x 6 cm. The calendar, with one pull-off page per day, is mounted on one side of the bus. In original packaging for posting. 10.00


13965. Bus Eireann: 1995 Daily Calendar with Mottoes.

Dublin: Bus Eireann, 1994. Cardboard bus, 9 x 29 x 6 cm. The calendar, with one pull-off page per day, is mounted on one side of the bus. In original packaging for posting. 10.00


8490. Clayton, Nick: Early Bicycles

Princes Risborough: Shire Publications, 1986. Shire Album 173. 32pp, in pictorial glazed card covers. 21 x 15 cm. 39 illustrations. Lists of Clubs, and relevent museums, and bibliography. 5.00


19775. Conroy, JC: A History of Railways in Ireland.

London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd, 1928. viii + 386 pp. 22 x 14.5 cm. The publication of John Charles Conroy's Dissertation for the Degree of M.A. in University College, Dublin. This book, is, arguably, the first great secondary source for the history of Irish railways. It is the watershed between books like Holland's The Story of the Irish Railway Problem (1899) and the hundreds of Irish railway secondary sources published since 1928. There are errors of fact, but it is majesterial as an achievement, remembering the sources available to Conroy. Gold-blocked green boards. Ex library, with usual markings. 125.00


19751. Conroy, JC: A History of Railways in Ireland.

London: Longmans, Green and Co. Ltd, 1928. viii + 386 pp. 22 x 14.5 cm. The publication of John Charles Conroy's Dissertation for the Degree of M.A. in University College, Dublin. This book, is, arguably, the first great secondary source for the history of Irish railways. It is the watershed between books like Holland's The Story of the Irish Railway Problem (1899) and the hundreds of Irish railway secondary sources published since 1928. There are errors of fact, but it is majesterial as an achievement, remembering the sources available to Conroy. Gold-blocked green boards, in very fresh condition. 175.00


11645. Cornwell, E. L.: Commercial Vehicles.

London: Ian Allan n.d. c.1962. Veteran & Vintage Series. 22 by 14 cms. 64 pp. illustrated, laminated boards, in very good condition, excellent photographs. 6.00


6453. Dittmar, Hank and Gloria Ohland, editors: The New Transit Town Best Practices in Transit-Orientated Development.

Washington: Island Press, 2004. xiv+253 pp. 23 x 20.5 cm. Twelve essays exploring the key challenges to transit-orientated development, the lessons from earlier projects, and future standards. 63 plates, 10 tables, and 5 figures. Pictorial glazed card covers, almost as new. 15.00


7903. Friends of Ferguson Heritage: Ferguson Heritage.

Coventry: Friends of Ferguson Heritage 29.5 by 21 cms. Encompassing Massey Harris and derivatives. A run of 8 issues, no's 5 Autumn 1995, no. 6 Spring 1996, no. 7 Summer 1996, no. 8 Autumn 1996, no. 9 Spring 1997, no. 10 Summer 1997, no 12, Spring 1998. All in very good condition, almost new. For Tractor enthusiasts. 42.00


3736. Gourvish, T.R. and Turnbull, G.L. editors: The Journal of Transport History.

Manchester Univ. Press Third Series Vol 2 No. 1 March 1981. 24.5 by 19 cms. 81pp. illustrated. 12.00


3737. Gourvish, T.R. and Turnbull, G.L. editors: The Journal of Transport History.

Manchester Univ. Press Third Series Vol 2 No. 2 September 1981. 24.5 by 19 cm. 82pp. illustrated. 12.00


20165. Great Southern and Western Railway.: Regulations for working Single Lines of Railway by One Engine in Steam or two or more engines couppled together.

Dublin: Great Southerd and Western Railway n.d. c.1900 ? 24.5 x15.5 cm. pages33 pp43-73, illustration, a little grubby from use, no front cover, a fair copy. 10.00


9461. Greer, P. E: Road versus Rail Documents on the History of Public Transport in Northern Ireland 1921-1948.

Belfast: Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, 1982. xx+189 pp. 25 x 16 cm. Illustrated. Hardback in dustwrapper. In very good condition 8.00


9451. Holding, David: History of British Bus Services The North East.

Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1979 . 184 pp. illustrated, maps, hardback in a dustwrapper. Overall in very good condition. Three major bus companies worked this area, United, Northern General and East Yorkshire. 10.00


13963. Isle of Man Railway: Grand Day Excursions handbill.

Douglas, Isle of Man: Isle of Man Railway, 1957. Handbill. 23 x 14.5 cm. Lists the attractions at various stations. Bit missing from top left corner where handbill has been pulled off a filing spike. 10.00


13964. Isle of Man Red Bus Service: Garwick Glen handbill.

Douglas, Isle of Man: Isle of Man Red Bus Service, c1957. Handbill. 23 x 14.5 cm. Lists the attractions at Garwick Glen. Bit missing from top left corner where handbill has been pulled off a filing spike. 10.00


10128. King, William T: History of the American Steam Fire Engine.

Chigago: Owen Davies 1960. 27.5 by 21 cms. 150 pp. illustrated, red card covers, showing some wear, very good contemporary drawings and illustrations. 12.00


12343. King-Hall, Stephen and others: The Book of Speed

London: Batsford, 1935. New and revised edition. 160+31 pp. 25.5 x 19 cm. Illustrated, hardback, no dustwrapper, a few brown spots on the first few pages otherwise good. Terrific photographs. 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


3530. Mack, Robert F: Historic Commercial Vehicles.

Sheffield: Turntable Publications 1974. 21 by 14 cms, 40 pp. illustrated with photographs, paper covers, v.g. 5.00


9813. Maritime History: Maritime History Vol. 1 No. 1

Newton Abbot: David & Charles April 1971. Craig, Robert. Editor. 21 by 15 cms. 117 pp. illustrated, paperback in very good condition. Articles include, The Post Office Steam Packets 1821-36 and the Development of Shipping on the Irish Sea, Ship Registry - To 1707, The Steamship Bedlington 1841-54, Samuel Plimsoll and the Shipping Interest, The Steamship Great Britain, Homecoming and Approach to Restoration, The National Maritime Museum's Exhibition of the Paintings of Reuben Chappell. 10.00


9814. Maritime History: Maritime History Vol. 1 No. 2.

Newton Abbot: David & Charles September 1971. Craig, Robert. Editor. 21 by 15 cms. pp.121-236 illustrated, paperback in very good condition. Articles include, The Port of Stockton on Tees and its Creeks 1825-61 A Problem in Port History, Shipping in the Anglo Russian Grain Trade to 1870: Part One, Sources for Maritime History (1): Custom Bills of Entry, The Shipping Collection of the City of Liverpool Museums, Reflections on the Rochdale Inquiry into Shipping A Review Article. 10.00


9815. Maritime History: Maritime History Vol. 2 No. 1.

Newton Abbot: David & Charles April 1972. Craig, Robert. Editor. 21 by 15 cms. 120 pp. illustrated, paperback in very good condition. Articles include, Sea Transport in Australia: The Rise and Fall of the Intrastate Shipping Industry of New South Wales, Shipping in the Anglo Russian Grain Trade to 1870: Part Two, Investors in London Shipping 1820-50, The Tyne Shipping Co. A Late Nineteenth-Century Shipping Line, Select Bibliography of Maritime History Published in 1970. 10.00


9816. Maritime History: Maritime History Vol. 2 No. 2.

Newton Abbot: David & Charles September 1972. Craig, Robert. Editor. 21 by 15 cms. pp.123-232 illustrated, paperback in very good condition. Articles include, The Evolution of International Whaling Controls, Marine Insurance and the Trade of Rotterdam 1755-63, Ship Registry - 1707-86, Sources for Maritime History (II) The Records of The Registrar-General of Shipping and Seamen, Bibliographe de l'Histoire des Grandes Routes Maritimes, A Cunard Guidebook of a Century Ago. 10.00


18940. Martin, Shaun A.: Crewe to Ballywatermoy.

Published by the author, 2016. 299 pp. 23 x 15 cm. A semi-autobiographical novel set in the 1940s, centred on the LMS NCC railway system in C. Antrim. Pictorial glazed card covers. Signed and dated by the author on the title page. In very good condition. 12.00


17519. Newman, Peter & Jeffrey Kenworthy: Sustainability and Cities Overcoming Automobile Dependence.

Washington: Island Press, 2001. xviii + 442 pp. 25.5 x 17.5 cm. Illustrated. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial glazed card covers, in very good condition, almost as new. 15.00


11078. O'Kane, Seamus and Anderson, Andrew: The Design Story of the Bicycle.

Belfast: The Ulster Folk and Transport Museum n.d. c.1986. 29.5 by 21 cms. 35 pp. illustrated, softcovers, a little lightish staining to front cover otherwise good, useful photographs. 15.00


18892. Parry, Edward: Parry's Railway Companion from Chester to Holyhead; containing a narrative of the early and Parlimentary history of the project.

London: Arthur Hall & Co. and Hugh Hughes, Chester: E. Parry, 1848. "with a descriptive and historical account of the adjacent towns, villages, castles, mansions, and all other objects of interest that present themselves, on this beautifully picturesque line : together with some account of the stupendous railway works, including tunnels, embankments, viaducts, the monster tubular bridges across the River Conway and the Menai Straits and the Herculean harbour of refuge at Holyhead : illustrated with a new railway chart, including various lines in England and Wales". First edition. 154 + (26) pp. 15 x 9.5 cm. Folding map of the line including various other lines adjacent. Green boards with decorative embossing and a gilt vignette of an engine and carriages. Bookplate on the rear pastedown. Minor wear, but in very good condition for its 170 years. This first edition is fairly scarce. 150.00


17518. Richards, Brian: Future Transport in Cities.

London and New York: Spon Press, 2001. ix + 162 pp. 21 x 21 cm. Profusely illustrated in b&w. Bibliography. Index. Pictorial semi-matt card covers, in very good condition, almost as new. 15.00


18102. The Post Office: Speed, Regularity and Security In Celebration of the Royal Mail.

London: The Post Office, 1984. 28 pp. 16.5 x 24 cm. 40 illustrations, many in colour, including 8 full-page illustrations. Glazed pictorial card covers, in good condition. A transparent panel on the front cover still protects the original strip of five 16p stamps issued in 1984 to celebrate 200 years of Royal Mail. 13.50


14651. Tyler, Nick, editor: Accessibility and the Bus System from concepts to practice

London: Thomas Telford, 2002. x+410 pp. illustrated, diagrams, hardback, no dw, slight shelf wear o/w in very good condition. 45.00


11171. Woods, D: The Fateful Day A Commemorative Book of the Armagh Railway Disaster June 12th 1889.

Armagh: Armagh District Council, 1989. (40 pp.) 21 x 29.5 cm. 37 illustrations. 5 Maps and diagrams. Pictorial glazed card covers. In very good condition. 88 people were killed in this railway disaster, and this study is now increasingly scarce 35.00

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