LMS Engine Sheds
- Volume 4 - The Smaller English Constituents
- Volume 4 by Chris Hawkins and George Reeve of this series deals with the remaining English constituents, the motley collection inherited from The North Staffordshire Railway, The Furness Railway, The Stratford-upon-Avon and Midland junction Railway, The Somerset & Dorset Joint Committee and The London, Tilbury & Southend Railway. The first three merged with the LMS in the normal manner of things in 1923, whilst the Somerset & Dorset retained an ostensible independance until 1930. The LTS had theoretically ceased to exist in 1912, swallowed up by the Midland but its engine sheds were quite separate and distinct.
- The emphasis on an historical classification in this series, tracing the nineteenth century origins of the various groups of engine sheds dictates the presentation of this volume. The limited number of depots thus dealt with has proved an advatage, reflected in a wealth of photographic or historical detail contained within.
- Case bound, 1984, 184 pages of authorative text, top quality black and white images, maps, trackplans, drawings.
- Wild Swan Publications
- ISBN-10 0906867207
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