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Railwatch 075 - April 1998

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RDS bike labels for the train

Now when you take your bicycle on the train, you can be seen to be green by attaching our new consignment labels to your bike and baggage. Easily detached, these labels are printed in colour on durable Polyart material. Labels are 85p for five or £1.65 for 10.

A to Z of Rail Reopenings

A newly updated version of the popular RDS book. Over 100 pages with photographs. Details of all reopeneed stations and those expected in 1998 and 1999. New lines and line reopening campaigns. Developments in Europe. Price £6.95 Available in April.

Discount rambles

Special offer on three high-quality, hardback books written by Jeff Vinter.

Each Railway Walks book describes 10 walks in detail, prefaced by a comprehensive history of the route with "then and now" photographs. The guide contains sketch maps, suggestions for further ramblings, and information about trains, buses, pubs and cafés. They are packed with interest for the keen hiker and "armchair walker" alike.

Offer price per book: £5.95 each (was £10.95) plus 95p p&p.

Any two: £11.75 plus £1.30 p&p. All three: £17.50 plus £1.50 p&p.

Also available: Jeff Vinter's Gazetteer of Railway Walks. 34-page booklet listing all UK paths over two miles in length, with additional notes for selected routes. £2 plus 50p p&p (or post free if ordered with one or more hardbacks).

RDS products

Order from RDS Sales, 89 North Wallington, Fareham, Hants PO16 8TJ. For orders up to £5, please add 50p postage, up to £10, add 95p, over £10, add £1.30.

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