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Locomotives that Never Were: Some 20th Century British Projects by BARNES, Robin
BARNES, Robin
Locomotives that Never Were: Some 20th Century British Projects

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William Hedley - Locomotive Pioneer by BROOKS, Philip R.B.
BROOKS, Philip R.B.
William Hedley - Locomotive Pioneer

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Hush-Hush - The Story of LNER 10000 by BROWN, William
BROWN, William
Hush-Hush - The Story of LNER 10000

Detailed locomotive study of Gresley's 'Hush-Hush' project to build a 4-6-4 4-cylinder compound locomotive. Completed in 1929, the engine was rebuilt in 1936 and finally withdrawn in 1959. A very fine study with photographs and data throughout.

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North Star - A Tale of Two Locomotives by BRYAN, Tim
BRYAN, Tim
North Star - A Tale of Two Locomotives

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CLAYTON, James
The "Paget" Locomotive

Article on the Midland Railway 2-6-2 experimental locomotive built in 1908. The engine had eight uniflow cylinders to power all three driving axles. The 1945 article was separately reprinted by the publisher in the low quality copying of the time.

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The LMS Turbomotive: From Evolution to Legacy by CLEMENTS, Jeremy & ROBERTSON, Kevin
CLEMENTS, Jeremy & ROBERTSON, Kevin
The LMS Turbomotive: From Evolution to Legacy

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Chronicles of Steam  by COX, E.S.
COX, E.S.
Chronicles of Steam

Reflections from Cox include his work for the L&Y and LMS in the drawing office, testing plant and as mechanical inspector. In addition he reflects on the GWR as an outsider and locomotives that never came into existence.

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Richard Trevithick by DICKINSON, H.W. & TITLEY, Arthur
DICKINSON, H.W. & TITLEY, Arthur
Richard Trevithick

The Engineer and the Man

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The Stephenson Centenary 1881 by DUNCAN, W. (ed.)
DUNCAN, W. (ed.)
The Stephenson Centenary 1881

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