Great Western Railway
Something Special - The story of the long and eventful life and restoration of the oldest bogie carriage in the country, 1881 GWR Special Saloon 9044
Great Western Coaches 1890 - 1954 / Great Western Coaches from 1890
First produced in 1966, this fine detailed study was substantially enlarged and revised in a third edition as 'Great Western Coaches from 1890' in 1985.
Great Western Coaches Appendix
Volumes One & Two
Follow-up work, with further examples, to Russell's earlier "A Pictorial Record of Great Western Coaches" (see separate listing). The four volumes form a classic study of GWR coaches with fine and well presented photographs and diagrams.
A Pictorial Record of Great Western Coaches including the Brown Vehicles
Parts One & Two
Classic study of Great Western coaches with fine and well presented photographs and diagrams. A follow-up with further examples was published as "Great Western Coaches Appendix" (see separate listing).
Great Western Way
A description of distinctive features of the Great Western Railway with particular reference to the liveries of locomotives, rolling stock, road vehicles, buildings and uniforms, an account of permanent way and signal practice and notes on the original
Invaluable reference work detailing GWR liveries as applied to locomotives, carriages, wagons, stations and infrastructure, and road vehicles. Illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings and diagrams.
SLINN, J.N. (ed.)
A Livery register of The Historical Model Railway Society - The Great Western Railway: Locomotives, Carriages, Vans, Wagons, Buildings and Signals, 1835 - 1947
HMRS Livery Register No. 2