The North British Locomotive Company

Author: Colin Alexander
Editor: Amberley Publishing Limited
ISBN: 1445674297
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Colin Alexander and Alon Siton present a lavishly illustrated exploration of one of Britain's greatest locomotive companies.

A History Of The North British Locomotive Company

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Giants Of Steam

Author: Rodger P. Bradley
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ISBN: 9780860935056
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A comprehensive history of the world's best-known steam locomotive manufacturers including outline histories of the well-known constituent companies. It contains listings of all steam diesel and electric locomotives produced by North British for the world market.

A History Of The North British Locomotive Co Ltd 1903 1953

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An Account Of The Manufacturers Of The North British Locomotive Co Ltd During The Period Of The War 1914 1919 With A Short History Of The Firms Which Constituted The Company When Formed In 1903

Author: North British Locomotive Company
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The North British Type 2 Bo Bo Diesel Electric Classes 21 29

Author: Anthony P. Sayer
Editor: Locomotive Portfolios
ISBN: 9781526742773
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This book covers the history of the early diesel classes 21 and 29, which were constructed by the North British Locomotive Company in the early 1960s for the Scottish region of British Railway. Both classes were not very successful and were all withdrawn within ten years of entering service. AUTHOR: Anthony Sayer is a life long railway enthusiast who has been taking pictures since the 1960. He has an interest in the history of early diesels and electric locomotives and this is the first of several books looking at this subject. Anthony lives in the north east of England and is now retired from the steel industry which was his career for over thirty years.

An Account Of The Manufactures Of The North British Locomotive Co Ltd During The Period Of The War 1914 1919

Author: North British Locomotive Company
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Scottish Steam

Author: Keith Langston
Editor: Wharncliffe
ISBN: 1845631633
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Scotland is renowned worldwide for its engineering prowess, which of course included locomotive building. This lavishly illustrated and detailed publication celebrates standard gauge steam locomotive building North of the Border. Focussing not only on the achievements of the major companies, North British Locomotive Co Ltd, Neilson & Co Ltd, Neilson Reid & Co Ltd, William Bearmore Ltd, Sharp Stewart & Co Ltd,and Andrew Barclay, Sons & Co Ltd it also highlights the contribution made by several of the smaller, but nevertheless significant locomotive builders. Details of the output of the several railway company locomotive building works are also included. All of the Scottish built locomotive classes which came into British Railway's ownership are featured ,and a large majority of the carefully selected images are published for the first time. Scottish Steam celebrates the significant contribution made by Scottish railway engineering workshops to steam locomotive development.

Business In The Age Of Depression And War

Author: R.P.T. Davenport-Hines
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135184739
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First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Last Days Of British Steam

Author: Malcolm Clegg
Editor: Pen and Sword Transport
ISBN: 1526760436
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This volume covers the final decade of British steam, looking at steam traction in a wide variety of geographical locations around the British Railways network. The book covers a wide variety of classes of locomotives, that were withdrawn during the last decade of steam traction, some of which examples are now preserved. Malcolm Clegg, has been taking railway pictures since the early 1960s and has access to collections taken by friends who were recording the steam railway scene during this period. This book is a record of his and other peoples journeys during the last decade of steam in the 1960s.