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Railwatch 086 - November 2000

Railwatch - Sales Stand

New RDS book - Did They Do Well?

An assessment of lines and stations reopened Pre-publication price £3 if ordered before 7 December 2000.

For sale

RDS Sales can supply any Ian Allan or Midland Publishing title, delivered to your door post free. Buy from RDS and help RDS funds.


T-shirts promoting the East London Line with the motif UP AND RUNNING with a map of the 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

Children's Christmas cards assorted pack of 10 £1.50

Limited Stocks of Jeff Vintner's Books

Railway Walks in LMS region, Railway Walks in LNER region, Railway Walks in GWR & SR region. £6.50 each

All prices include postage. If using a credit card, please send card number, expiry date and name as it appears on your card

Send an sae for the full list of books available from RDS Sales and a sample of the new envelope re-use labels.

Orders and enquiries to Phil Morris (RDS Sales), 113b Pembroke Road, Clifton, Bristol BS8 3EU. Fax 0117 973 4274. Email queries: rdsbooksales@lineone.net

Note: contact details (postal and email addresses, along with telephone numbers) in old editions of Railwatch out of date. Click CONTACT US for latest contact details.

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