A Selection of sets relating to Railways

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Reflections Railways Nottingham Trams 2008/2010 Nottingham Trams 2008/2010 4 - It’s five years since Reflections produced their set of 12 Nottingham Trams and now this latest set of four is effectively an up-date as the system has expanded. The excellent colour photos show the vehicles in the city and surrounding areas; the first card being titled, but unnumbered, Bulwell 2008 is effectively the 13th subject of the earlier series. The remaining cards are numbers 14 to 16 inclusive. The backs place the trams in the context of the cityscape. Size 69 x 42mm.
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Nottingham Trams 2008/2010

Reflections - 4 in set

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Reflections Railways Railways Around Nottingham 1996 Railways Around Nottingham 1996 6 - A colour picture of a train and a map of the route form the design of each of these cards with their history on the back. They include the busy Derby to Nottingham to Grantham lines, the defunct Melton Mowbray connection and the Mansfield to Worksop service. Size 60 x 42mm.
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Railways Around Nottingham 1996

Reflections - 6 in set

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Reflections Railways St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008 St Pancras International (Railway Station) 2008 6 - Saved from closure in the 1960s by opposition led by John Betjeman, St. Pancras Station underwent a spectacular refurbishment to become the London terminus for high-speed rail services to Europe via the Channel Tunnel. These colour photos show how Barlow’s original 19th century structure has been up-dated, Eurostar trains, the champagne bar, Betjeman’s statue, etc., with descriptive backs. Size 63 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 1st Series Railways 1999 Steam Around Britain 1st Series Railways 1999 6 - Sections of the rail network closed in the 1950s and ‘60s have been given a new lease of life as privately run attractions for steam enthusiasts, as demonstrated on these cards illustrating six lines in central England from Nene Valley in the east to Seven Valley in the west and as far north as Keighley to Oxenhope in Yorkshire. The colour pictures combine a route map with scenery, locos, etc., with a description on the numbered backs. Size 60 to 62 (varying) x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 2nd Series Railways 2001 Steam Around Britain 2nd Series Railways 2001 6 - Issued in 2001 and numbered 7 to 12 this series illustrates six privately owned railway lines including the Bluebell which it had just been announced was to be extended through to East Grinstead some 43 years after BR closed the line. Each colour picture combines a route map with scenery, locos etc., described on the back, all except no. 10 stating “2nd Series”. Size 64 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 3rd Series Railways 2003 Steam Around Britain 3rd Series Railways 2003 6 - This, their third series of colour cards illustrating six more of Britain’s privately run steam preservation railways, includes the wonderfully scenic Ffestiniog line through Snowdonia, the North Norfolk and the West Somerset which is the longest, running more than 20 miles to the coast at Minehead. Each picture is a compilation showing locos, route, badge and landmarks, with a short description on the back. Size 64 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 4th Series Railways 2005 Steam Around Britain 4th Series Railways 2005 6 - Britain’s preserved steam railways in these compound pictures each showing locomotives, a map and a local scene in colour with descriptive backs. Numbered 19 to 24, the lines include the Swanage, Dart Valley, Talyllyn, East Lancs and Caledonian. Size 63 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 5th Series Railways 2008 Steam Around Britain 5th Series Railways 2008 6 - The fifth series (hence numbered from 25 to 30) covers six privately-run railway lines in Southern England, including the South Devon from Totnes up the Dart Valley, the Bodmin & Wenford from Bodmin Parkway to the Camel Trail, the Lynton & Barnstaple only a mile of which is open and the Severn Valley 16 miles long. Usual colourful format of scenic map and pictures of locos., plus descriptive backs. Size 63 x 42mm
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 6th Series Railways 2009 Steam Around Britain 6th Series Railways 2009 6 - From the first six cards issued Reflections have steadily added more until we now reach nos. 31 to 36, the sixth series, of privately operated preserved steam railways, each colour illustration being a composite of map, locos, badge and scenes, with the title on a colour background matched to old railway companies green for Southern, brown for Great Western etc. Includes the Watercress Line (Alton to Alresford), Strathspey and Llangollen, with descriptive backs. Size 64 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Steam Around Britain 7th Series Railways 2012 Steam Around Britain 7th Series Railways 2012 6 - Nos. 1 to 36 came out in instalments between 1999 and 2009. Reflections have now given us the next six preserved steam railways resurrected b enthusiasts following Dr. Beeching’s axe in the 1960s. Presented in the familiar colour artwork montage featuring trains, buildings, badge and route-map, this time we visit the Mid-Norfolk Railway, Bo’Ness and Kinneil, Ravenglass & Eskdale, Peak Rail, Corris Railway and the Great Central. Size 69 x 42mm.
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Reflections Railways Nottingham Trams 2004/2007 Nottingham Trams 2004/2007 12 - Celebrating the birth of Nottingham’s new tram system, Nottingham Express Transit, the first line of which opened in 2004 from Bulwell in the north to the main railway station, these colour photos show the official opening ceremony and the stylish new vehicles at various points along the 23-stop route, plus a card picturing one of the trams on a magazine cover, with a description of the on-going project on the backs. Size 63 x 42mm.
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Nottingham Trams 2004/2007

Reflections - 12 in set

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Sheridan Miscellaneous Trade Cards Underground Art Windsor 1996 Underground Art Windsor 1996 L7 -
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Underground Art Windsor 1996

Sheridan - L7 in set

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Clover Dairies Railways British Rail 1973 British Rail 1973 25 -
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British Rail 1973

Clover Dairies - 25 in set

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Florence Motoring Luton Corporation Tramways 1983 Luton Corporation Tramways 1983 24 -
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Luton Corporation Tramways 1983

Florence - 24 in set

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Scrapbook Minicards Railways Pendon Museum (Model Railway) 1978 Pendon Museum (Model Railway) 1978 27 -
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Pendon Museum (Model Railway) 1978

Scrapbook Minicards - 27 in set

£3.00

Hobbypress Guides Railways Preserved Railway Locomotives 1983 Preserved Railway Locomotives 1983 20 -
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Preserved Railway Locomotives 1983

Hobbypress Guides - 20 in set

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Hobbypress Guides Railways Preserved Steam Railways 1st Series 1983 Preserved Steam Railways 1st Series 1983 20 -
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Preserved Steam Railways 1st Series 1983

Hobbypress Guides - 20 in set

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Top Trumps Railways Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978 K25 -
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Super Trains - Mini Trumps Series 2 1978

Top Trumps - K25 in set

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Sheridan Football Underground Art Football and Wembley 1996 Underground Art Football and Wembley 1996 L7 -
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Sheridan Railways Underground Art Rugby 1996 Underground Art Rugby 1996 L7 -
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Underground Art Rugby 1996

Sheridan - L7 in set

£3.00

Sheridan Railways Underground Art Wimbledon 1996 Underground Art Wimbledon 1996 L7 -
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Underground Art Wimbledon 1996

Sheridan - L7 in set

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Wiltshire Library Railways Wiltshire Railcards 2nd Series 1979 (postcards) Wiltshire Railcards 2nd Series 1979 (postcards) EL8 -
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Wiltshire Railcards 2nd Series 1979 (postcards)

Wiltshire Library - EL8 in set

£3.00

Wiltshire Library Railways Wiltshire Railcards 1st Series 1978(postcards) Wiltshire Railcards 1st Series 1978(postcards) EL13 -
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Wiltshire Railcards 1st Series 1978(postcards)

Wiltshire Library - EL13 in set

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Morning Foods Railways World Locomotives 1956 World Locomotives 1956 25 - 25 World Locomotives featuring engines working on railways around the globe, hauling illustrious trains such as the Golden Arrow, Melbourne Limited and the Twentieth Century Limited to give a snap shot of rail travel more than half a century ago. Size 68 x 36mm
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World Locomotives 1956

Morning Foods - 25 in set

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Glengettie Tea Railways British Locomotives 1959 British Locomotives 1959 25 -
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British Locomotives 1959

Glengettie Tea - 25 in set

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Hitchmans Dairies Railways British Railways 1964 British Railways 1964 25 - Hitchman’s series of 25 British Railways issued in 1964 at a time of change, so we see “The Atlantic Coast Express” and “The Golden Arrow” under steam, but “The Midland Pullman” and “The Shamrock” (Liverpool to Euston) are diesel hauled the latter with green carriages instead of maroon, a mistake by the artist. Size 68 x 36mm
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British Railways 1964

Hitchmans Dairies - 25 in set

£4.00

Hobbypress Guides Railways Preserved Steam Railways 2nd Series 1984 Preserved Steam Railways 2nd Series 1984 20 -
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Preserved Steam Railways 2nd Series 1984

Hobbypress Guides - 20 in set

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Barbers Tea Railways Railway Equipment Advertisement Card 1958 Railway Equipment Advertisement Card 1958 1 -
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Railway Equipment Advertisement Card 1958

Barbers Tea - 1 in set

£4.00

Ringtons Tea Railways Trains of the World 1970 Trains of the World 1970 25 -
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Trains of the World 1970

Ringtons Tea - 25 in set

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Dixon Railways Vintage Steam (GWR) Set 6 (postcards) 1978 Vintage Steam (GWR) Set 6 (postcards) 1978 EL15 -
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Dixon Railways Vintage Steam (LMS) Set 8 (postcards) 1978 Vintage Steam (LMS) Set 8 (postcards) 1978 EL15 -
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Dixon Railways Vintage Steam (LNER) Set 9 (postcards) 1978 Vintage Steam (LNER) Set 9 (postcards) 1978 EL15 -
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Dixon Railways Vintage Steam (Scottish) Set 10 (postcards) 1978 Vintage Steam (Scottish) Set 10 (postcards) 1978 EL15 -
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Dixon Railways Vintage Steam (SR) Set 7 (postcards) 1978 Vintage Steam (SR) Set 7 (postcards) 1978 EL15 -
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Rockwell Railways Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 10 - A double treat for railway buffs, this set not only depicts platform views of stations which were closed from the 1950s onwards, many due to Dr. Beeching’s cuts, but each photo also shows a train, including the Pines Express steaming through Blandford Forum on the old Somerset & Dorset. Among the other stations are Mold, Long Melford and Midsomer Norton. Very comprehensive and interesting text backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series One 2005 Early Locomotives Series One 2005 10 - The pioneering days of the railways are recalled in this series illustrating steam engines built between 1825 and 1847. It’s no surprise that no. 1 is George Stephenson’s ‘Locomotion’, the first to run on a public railway when the Stockton and Darlington line opened, whilst no. 2 is Robert Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ which won the 1829 Rainhill Trials. The most recent is Crampton’s ‘London’ which could run at more than 50mph. size 68 x 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series One 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Railways Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 Early Locomotives Series Two 2005 10 - This selection of early steam engines takes us forward from the mid-nineteenth century with performance constantly improving. The Jenny Lind (1847) was constructed for a number of railway companies at a peak production of one per week, whilst Gooch’s 8-footer was built to demonstrate Brunnel’s Great Western Railway was superior to the standard 4’8” guage. As with the first series, the locos. are shown in colour on a white background, with text backs. size 68 X 37mm
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Early Locomotives Series Two 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Railways Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 Meccano The Railway Covers 2006 10 - More front covers from the heyday of Meccano Magazine dated between 1929 and 1963 are illustrated by dramatic pictures of Britain’s steam railway history – a Flying Scotsman-type Pacific, the 1939 “New Coronation Scot”, “The White Rose” departing Leeds in 1951, a Britannia Loco hauling the westbound “Merchant Venturer” in 1952, a magnificent Gresley A4 streamlined Pacific leaving Kings Cross with “The Norseman” for Newcastle in 1956, express goods from Aberdeen on the Forth Bridge and so on. Terrific. Size 68 x 36mm
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Meccano The Railway Covers 2006

Rockwell - 10 in set

£4.50

Rockwell Railways The Hornby Book of Trains 2005 The Hornby Book of Trains 2005 10 - Frank Hornby’s diversification into manufacturing model trains in 1920 proved a great success, and from 1925 to 1939 a Hornby Book of Trains was published containing information about real trains accompanied by a catalogue of the Hornby range. Now collectable in their own right, the full colour covers of ten of these books depicting famous engines, Royal Scot, Duchess of Atholl, Windsor Castle, etc., are reproduced on these cards with descriptive backs. size 68 x 36mm
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The Hornby Book of Trains 2005

Rockwell - 10 in set

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Rockwell Railways Twopenny Tube Edwardian Sketches of The Central London Railway 2010 Twopenny Tube Edwardian Sketches of The Central London Railway 2010 10 - The Central London Railway was the first part of what is now London Underground’s Central Line. Opened in 1900, it ran from Shepherds Bush to Bank after more than four years of construction work – mainly under existing roads to limit compensation to property owners. In this series there is a colour Edwardian sketch of the platform scene at each of the ten stations – Shepherds Bush, Holland Park, Notting Hill Gate, Queens Road (now Queensway), Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, British Museum (replaced by Holborn), Chancery Lane, Post Office (now St Pauls) and Bank. Size 67 x 36mm
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