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Great Trains Heartland

Great Trains Heartland

12.00

Great Trains Heartland covers the golden age of rail travel when luxurious streamliners raced across the American Midwest.

Curated from the pages of Trains and Classic Trains magazines, Great Trains Heartland covers the golden age of rail travel when luxurious streamliners raced across the American Midwest. This special collectors edition honors these great trains with fresh layouts and new photos, including rare color images.

Read about these famous trains:

* Panama Limited - Illinois Central's all-Pullman luxury train from Chicago to New Orleans.

* The Zephyrs - Burlington Route's fleet of pioneering stainless-steel streamliners.

* Pan-American - Louisville & Nashville's storied flyer between Cincinnati and New Orleans.

* Ann Rutledge - One of Gulf, Mobile & Ohio's popular Chicago-St. Louis trains.

* Hiawatha - Milwaukee Road's steam-powered "Speedliner" from Chicago to Minneapolis.

* And more!
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Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - South East USA

Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - South East USA

15.95

New Revised & Updated Edition

This second edition covers the states of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina and includes the changes in ownership, abandonment's and re-openings which have occurred since the first edition was published in 1999. Included for the first time are the rapid transit systems in Atlanta and Miami, electric interurbans and logging railroads. The Atlas shows all currently operated common carriers, tourist and major industrial railroads along with abandoned routes.

PUBLICATION DATE 2006
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Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Dakotas & Minnesota

Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Dakotas & Minnesota

15.95

PUBLICATION DATE 2005

Pages are in wrong order due to error when collating although ALL maps are included
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BNSF, Along the Route of the Santa Fe, Vol. 4 "The Clovis Sub:

BNSF, Along the Route of the Santa Fe, Vol. 4

20.00

In our continuing series, BNSF, Along the Route of the Santa Fe, videographer Kenn Oberneder takes us on a journey across eastern New Mexico capturing fast train action on BNSF's Clovis Subdivision.

Starting at the crew change town of Belen, you will see awesome train movements on one of the busiest main lines in North America. Our tour will take us through the vast open spaces in eastern New Mexico along with the newly double tracked section of Abo Canyon. Our tour ends at the eastern terminus of the subdivision at Clovis, near the Texas border.

Intermodal trains dominate this line, but for the freight and unit train fans, there is something for you too!

Coal, ethanol, grain and general freight can be seen polishing the rails through such towns as Mountainair, Vaughn, Yeso, Fort Sumner and more!

Long sweeping curves, sunrises, sunsets and trains traversing a spring time dust storm are all captured in BNSF, Along the Route of the Santa Fe, Volume 4 "The Clovis Sub"!

©2012 C. Vision Productions

Running time 110 minutes

Color, HiFi Stereo sound, narration on/off feature, 16:9 Widescreen

By CVision Regular Price £21

NEW RELEASE OFFER £20 UNTIL 23rd March 2018
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Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Appalachia and Piedmont

Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Appalachia and Piedmont

15.95

106 maps

Covers West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina

This 2nd edition of SPV's Railroad Atlas of APPALACHIA & PIEDMONT covers the coal rich region of Appalachia and the coastal plains of the Piedmont. It has been fully revised to show the changes in the rail network since the publication of the first edition in 1997 and to incorporate a number of abandoned lines which have been discovered in the meantime, many through the efforts of Basil Watkins.

PUBLICATION DATE 2004
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Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Great Lakes East

Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Great Lakes East

15.95

83 maps

Covers Ohio, Indiana and Lower Michigan.

New Revised edition incl. interurban lines available Jan 05

PUBLICATION DATE 2005
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Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Mountain Plains

Comprehensive Railroad Atlas - Mountain Plains

15.95

WYOMING, MONTANA, IDAHO

* Designed to provide a single source of reference * Meticulously researched and drawn * Highly detailed - 8 miles to 1 inch - complex areas enlarged to 2 miles to 1 inch * Beautifully designed - coffee table quality - yet tough enough for 'in field' use * Clearly readable maps - plus railroad identification marks & full index * Fully detailed. Maps include major tunnels, bridges, yards, engine facilities and hot spot detectors, * Plus much more.

PUBLICATION DATE 1999
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BNSF's SEATTLE SUBDIVISION

BNSF's SEATTLE SUBDIVISION

22.00

BNSF's Seattle Subdivision is one of the busiest rail lines in the Pacific Northwest. BNSF and Union Pacific polish the rails with a great variety of unit trains plus intermodal, mixed merchandise, and many locals.In addition to freight traffic, the busy subdivision hosts ten Amtrak trains: four Cascades each direction, plus the north and southbound Coast Starlight. Between Tacoma and Seattle, Sounder commuter trains are also added to the mix. See this beautiful line between Vancouver, Washington and Seattle's King Street Station.

The rails provide access to the busy ports of Kalama, Longview, Tacoma, and Seattle. Watch trains tackle the Napavine Grade to Chehalis. The scenic highlight of the route is the section of track along the Puget Sound between Steilacoom and the Nelson Bennett Tunnel at Tacoma. Amtrak trains are covered here prior to being permanently rerouted over the Point Defiance Bypass.

UPDATE: After the tragic accident of Amtrak 501 on December 18th, the line around Point Defiance will continue to be used by Amtrak through the spring of 2018.

Shot in the summer and fall of 2017, BNSF's

Seattle Subdivision is truly a railfan's paradise!

1 Hour 22 Minutes * WIDESCREEN DVD

and 1080 Hi Definition Blu-ray

May be viewed with or without narration..

By 7idea Productions Regular Price £23

NEW RELEASE OFFER £22 UNTIL 23rd March 2018
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BNSF's SEATTLE SUBDIVISION

BNSF's SEATTLE SUBDIVISION

23.00

BNSF's Seattle Subdivision is one of the busiest rail lines in the Pacific Northwest. BNSF and Union Pacific polish the rails with a great variety of unit trains plus intermodal, mixed merchandise, and many locals.In addition to freight traffic, the busy subdivision hosts ten Amtrak trains: four Cascades each direction, plus the north and southbound Coast Starlight. Between Tacoma and Seattle, Sounder commuter trains are also added to the mix. See this beautiful line between Vancouver, Washington and Seattle's King Street Station.

The rails provide access to the busy ports of Kalama, Longview, Tacoma, and Seattle. Watch trains tackle the Napavine Grade to Chehalis. The scenic highlight of the route is the section of track along the Puget Sound between Steilacoom and the Nelson Bennett Tunnel at Tacoma. Amtrak trains are covered here prior to being permanently rerouted over the Point Defiance Bypass.

UPDATE: After the tragic accident of Amtrak 501 on December 18th, the line around Point Defiance will continue to be used by Amtrak through the spring of 2018.

Shot in the summer and fall of 2017, BNSF's

Seattle Subdivision is truly a railfan's paradise!

1 Hour 22 Minutes May be viewed with or without narration..

By 7idea Productions
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Model Railroad Planning 2018

Model Railroad Planning 2018

9.00

Model Railroad Planning 2018 is back with more creative solutions for modeling your best layout yet. From the publisher of Model Railroader magazine, the 100-page special issue features 15 all-new layout stories in HO, N, and O scale. Learn scenery tricks, track planning, yard construction, and more, from top experts in the field. Featured Stories Include:

Cover story: Doug Tagsold models the narrow gauge lines of the Colorado & Southern with a twist.

Neil Schofield describes the steps he used to model a sprawling furniture plant in an alcove.

Model Railroad Planning editor Tony Koester shares more than a dozen things to avoid.

Paul Dolkos discusses various topics regarding layout height.

Veteran HO modeler David Barrow builds an O scale switching layout.

Byron Henderson is back with a double-deck design.

And much more!
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British CDs (Audio)

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The Great Eastern

The Great Eastern

Ref: CD20


Price: 8.00

Locomotives of the former Great Eastern Railway at work in Eastern England.

Track One Lineside recordings on the Haverhill - Long Melford Line.

A Journey with a J.15. to Bury-St-Edmunds.

Track Two At Ely Station.

Track Three A journey with a Claud from Newmarket to Kennett.

Track Four At Brundall station and a B.I2. on the Southend line.

Track Five A journey with a Claud from Cantley to Yarmouth.

Track Six At Cambridge Station

Track Seven At South Lynn station.


Somerset and Dorset Remembered

Somerset and Dorset Remembered

Ref: CD15


Price: 8.00

(1) The S&D and Southern comings and goings at Templecombe (2) Doubleheaders climbing between Binegar and Chilcompton (3) The arrival and departure of the 'Pines' with shunting in background (4) Beside the line on the 1 in 50 climb from Evercreech New (5) On board a heavy 'Pines' doubleheaded by Std 5 & 2P working hard on the climb from Bath to Evercreech (6) Evercreech on a dull, damp day in July. A doubleheader sets out for Sheffield, whilst a 2P and 4F set out with locals (7) On a wet and windy morning in August a doubleheader sets out for Leeds and then a 7F wheezily sets out with a freight for Bath (8) At Winsor Hill tunnel. More doubleheaders including the 'Pines' with the deep sounds of the 2P contrasting with the Bullied chatter and background thunder (9) At Winsor Hill tunnel in May 1964. A 9F, making light work of the climb against the wind, forges past with a train for Bath chased by sounds of quarry blasting.


Great Western (mono)

Great Western (mono)

Ref: CD08


Price: 8.00

Steam locomotives of the former Great Western Railway at work at various locations on British Railways between 1955 and 1963.

[1] At Newton Abbot Station [3:30] * [2] 'King John' climbing from Stoneycombe to Dainton Tunnel [1:34] * [3] At the Newton Abbot end of Dainton Tunnel [6:11] * [4] At the Totnes end of Dainton Tunnel [2:52]* [5] Inside Tigley Signal Box [2:18] [6] The slip coach just detached at Saunderton Summit [1:01] * [7] The slip coach stops and is taken to Princes Risborough Station [3:23] * [8] A morning at Princes Risborough Station [5:16] * [9] 'King George II' leaving Princes Risborough with an up express [2:57] * [10] A Cheltenham-London express climbs towards Sapperton Tunnel [2:44] * [11] A freight train climbs past Abergavenny Junction Station [4:01] * [12] A passenger train climbs past Abergavenny Junction Station [2:41] * [13] A freight train and 'City of Truro' with a special train, near Ruabon [2:29] * [14] 'City of Truro'with a special train at Crumlin [2:58] [15] A 'Dukedog' leaving Bow Street with a train for Aberystwyth [1:44] * [16] At Exeter, St. Davids Station [5:11] * [17] 'King Edward VII' with the up 'Inter City' at Princes Risborough [1:57] * [18] An up local passenger train and a down express at Princes Risborough [1:13] * [19] A down express and up push and pull train at Princes Risborough [1:33] * [20] At Hatton Station [4:45] * [21] 'Hinton Manor' with the up 'Cambrian Coast Express' approaching Talerddig [2:57] * [22] The last passenger train from Watlington [1:56]


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