Shop | BOOKS | SOUTHERN RAILWAY (SR)
NOW IN STOCK
RICHARD DERRY with Ian Sixsmith
The ubiquitous passenger tank engine of Southern England, detailed and examined as never before. All the usual 'Book Of' goodies - works and shed data, and endless, dazzling, absorbing detail. There was no official differentiation between the engines and, until Southern days, there were no differences in the uses to which an M7 could be put. However, the various types of M7 had distinctive differences which are apparent to the locomotive historian and important to the modeller. They are teased out and demonstrated here for the first time.Author: By Peter Swift
Usual Book of format, with comprehensive history, photographs, every detail variation and change, works histories. The nations favourite 4-4-0, a splendid Victorian design modernised by the Southern and best remembered for a protracted final fling on the Withered Arm west of Exeter, out across Dartmoor to the sea at Padstow. Recently issued by Hornby as one of the firms superlatively detailed models; the thousands of OO enthusiasts out there who bought one can hardly wait to get started on customising them using this book.
DOWNLOAD THE INDEX