Site last updated Wednesday 23rd October 2019 Latest additions to stock added, new reviews, unavailable titles removed.
The shop is now open for just one day per week, on Fridays only. Mail order continues as normal and the business premises are manned, so postal and trade orders receive better attention than previously. The shop can be open on other days by arrangement and in addition it is intended to hold themed "special days" in the shop. The reason for this change is to allow more effort to go into producing Wild Swan Books.
Simon Castens and George Mumford
New to stockLMS Loco Profile 15 The Royal Scots is now available, apologies for the delayed production. Now that the book is produced the response has been very positive, and I hope to now see future titles in the series produced, subject to healthy sales of this new volume. With 180 pages full of information, quality illustrations and with six pull out sheets containing twelve large scale drawings, this is a really great book and something of a bargain at £26.95.
The latest MRJ is out, edition 274, edited by Jerry Clifford, featuring the fantastic N gauge layout Blueball Summit of Richard Bartlett, see listing on MRJ page for more details.
Selling surprisingly well, mostly in narrow gauged establishments, is Ginny Barnfield's really nice reprint of "Steam in the Kitchen". Packed with practical recipes and illustrated by Peter with humorous railway related cartoons, it is a great reminder of Peter's wit and talent, and is also a practical guide to cooking good stuff that is a bit "different" from the run of the mill from the ever delightful and splendidly irrepressible Ginny.
The next Wild Swan book due out is something a bit special - "Twilight of the Goods", by none other than Don Rowland.
Definitely one for the wagon modellers amongst us - and who isn't?!
The Titfield Thunderbolt
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