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GWR country stations, 2

Chris Leigh

GWR country stations, 2

by Chris Leigh

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Published by Ian Allan in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Western Railway.,
  • Railroads -- England -- Buildings and structures.

  • Edition Notes

    Ill on living papers.

    StatementChris Leigh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA6315.G7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112p. :
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21661503M
    ISBN 100711014388

    4mm country station by Nigel Ford Nigel writes: The model was scratch-built using the plans and photos for Much Wenlock from Chris Leigh's GWR Country Stations. It was only after building it that I visited Much Wenlock and saw to my dismay that the brick colour and the roof were all wrong on my model, so it's 'based on', not a 'model of' Much.   The driver had realised what it was, before I did, and actually accelerated through it. It remains, probably, the most frightening incident I've had on a train. One more shot - a much better one than these - appears top left page 46 of my book 'GWR Country Stations'. It .

    The History of the Great Western Railway From an Act of Parliament in to nationalisation , the Great Western Railway, also known as "God's Wonderful Railway", was the envy of the other railway companies in Britain 'Preserved Railway Sites' A list of all of the Standard and Narrow Gauge railways in .   This classic book was first published in and reveals the equipment, stations, network, shipping and air services, bus operations including Western National, and overall reach and history of the GWR. This authoritative new book, in series with LMS Handbook, LNER Railway Handbook, and Southern Railway Handbook, provides highly detailed Reviews: 8.

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Discover the GWR app. As far as modellers are concerned, stick to the paints I have listed below and you'll be fine. There are a number of published colour photo's of stations in GWR paintwork; Barbers Bridge station on the cover of GWR Country Stations Vol 2, Fairford on the cover of GWR branch line modelling Vol 1, and the colour pictures in 'The Big Four in Colour' book by Lightmoor Press on the Newent.

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GWR Country Stations by Chris Leigh. Shepperton: Ian Allan, Book. Good+. Hardcover. Book has some tanning to pages, else in very good condition in a very good wrapper. Also a book by Chris Leigh, "GWR Country Stations" [1], Ian Alan ISBN 0 7 (I have a copy from the first print run but that ISBN should be go to go with - or at least cross reference), although the book is more an Architectural survey some of the photos show 'typical' GWR country station track layouts.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Leigh, Chris. GWR country stations. London: I. Allan, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Includes books on all aspects of the Great Western Railway. For books on the Welsh railways that later joined the Great Western see the Welsh Railways section.

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