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Railwatch 087 - March 2001

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RDS publications

Have They Done Well? 40-page illustrated reopenings book £3.95

Rail and the Environment. First in new series of fact sheets

Funding Rail Projects. Second in new series of fact sheets

£1.75 each or both for £2.50.

For sale

RDS envelope re-use labels. Pad of 100 £2.95

On Track for the 21st Century. A development plan for the railways of South Wales. Limited print. With A3 fold-out map. Bi-lingual. £3.50

Station Improvement Project report. By RDS North East. Shows how a little co-operation and communication can improve everything about travelling by train. Limited print. £3

T-shirts promoting East London Line with motif UP AND RUNNING with a map of line on the rear. Available in large or extra large only. Grey with orange and blue lettering. £4.50 each including a free souvenir introduction leaflet

Newly published

British Railway Atlas 1955 (BR as it was in 1955) £14.99

Atlas of Train Operating Companies £14.99

Branches & Byways - East Anglia by John Brodribb £35

The Power of the A1s by Gavin Morrison £19.99

Tracks to Disaster by Adrian Vaughan £16.99

London Underground Operations (Principles of) by John Glover £16.99

Railway Liveries (BR Traction) 1948-1995 by Colin Boocock £19.99

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