Since Britain joined the European Economic Community in the mid-1970s, the fishing industry along our coasts has been under pressure from overfishing. In this book, Mike Smylie takes us on a tour...
Allen Jackson explores signalling along the NER, formerly part of the LNER.
The wartime story of how the Nazi Germany's sent saboteurs from 1938 onwards to launch acts of terror on the street of England and amazingly employed collaborators from the IRA, and attempted...
Kevin Derrick looks back at locomotive-spotting days in the southern region of England in the 1970s.
Rich Makin celebrates the unsung heroes of the railway network - departmental locomotives, units and coaching stock.
Based on a confidential wartime British Government report, this in-depth dossier details the inner workings of Organisation Todt, which not only built the Reichsautobahns, but also Germany's...
This book tells the fascinating stories of five villages situated to the north of the city of York. Spanning events from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries through to the opening of the new...
Allen Jackson explores signalling along the North British, Great North of Scotland and CLC railways, formerly part of the LNER.
A unique look at the final year of the Second World War at sea through the medium of old photographs.
Set in the heart of the Stour Valley, Sudbury is an ancient market town situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. During the late Middle Ages, the town was a centre for the weaving and...
Kevin Derrick explores the spotting days of the 1960s in the Eastern Region.
Colin Alexander takes the reader on a nostalgic cross-country trip by rail in the 1980s
Robin Hood's Bay and Fylingthorpe Through Time is a unique insight into the illustrious history of this part of Yorkshire. Reproduced in full colour, this is an exciting examination of...
Explore the history of Burton-on-Trent's lost breweries through this fascinating collection of beautiful photographs.
Owing its name to the famous battle, Waterloo is nearly two centuries old. Growing inland from an attractive seafront, it has retained its character and most of its buildings during that time. It...
The ancient town of Dunfermline is one of the oldest settlements in Scotland, and from the eleventh to the fifteenth century, it held the title of capital of Scotland. In the eighteenth and...
In this highly readable and groundbreaking book, the `story' of the castle is integrated into changes in warfare throughout this period providing us with a new understanding of their role.
Matt MacNabb explores one of the most beloved and collectible franchises of all time.
This fascinating second selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Blackpool has changed and developed over the last century
Looking Back at Class 24 & 25 Locomotives takes a closer look at these plucky and versatile Type 2 locos in a full-colour photographic album.