Association of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen
Information booklet for prospective members describing the benefits of union membership. Undated, circa 1980. Well illustrated with contemporary photographs throughout.
BAGWELL, Philip S.
The Railwaymen - The History of the National Union of Railwaymen
First volume appeared in 1963 and covered the history from origins to the 1950's. Volume Two was published in 1982 and covered the period from the Beeching Era.
Life on the Iron Road
Early account of railway life, first published in 1924. Chapters describe the activities of footplatemen, guards, lineside men, station staff, clerks and others. Illustrated with largely pre-grouping photographs.
The Men Who Built Railways
Reminiscences of an engineer working in the construction of railways between 1833 and 1856. Originally published in 1868 under the title "Personal Recollections of English Engineers" the work was reprinted in 1983, edited by Jack Simmons.
The Long Hard Road
The story of Darlington Railwaymen and the struggle for Social Justice
An account of the Darlington railway union from the last quarter of the nineteenth century to the 1970s. The author was Secretary of the NUR Darlington branch for forty-five years from 1922.