The Secretary, G. Walker, 68 Mile End Road, Newton Abbot TQ12 1RW. The Railway Studies Collection accepts book donations and in the first instance the Railway Studies Catalogue will be checked to see if we already have the title. Any new titles will be added to the collection and duplicate books will be sold by the Friends. The Collection began over 20 years ago and has been growing ever since. It is the second largest collection of railway material in the country, beaten only by the National Railway Museum in York All the books in the Collection are arranged according to a classification scheme based on that devised by George Ottley for his Bibliography of. Everyone loves trains, old, new, diesel, electric or steam. The Railway Studies Collection has a huge catalogue of previously unseen & seen photos. There is also a vast array of books, maps, diagrams & timetables available to see at Newton Abbot on: Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RJ. The Friends of the Railway Studies (FRSC) will be joined at their next talk by Mike Lang on 17/03/ at 7pm in Newton Abbot Library. Mike will be speaking about The Newton Abbot to Moretonhampstead Railway. Free of charge for members of the (FRSC) £1 for on: Market Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2RJ.
The Railway Studies Collection at the Passmore Edwards Centre in Newton Abbot, consists of o images and thousands of books and pamphlets and is the second largest collection of railway material in the country. Visit the collection website here. We have books on all aspects of Britain’s railways in particular the Great Western and London & South Western Railways but with extensive coverage of all the former big four companies and the smaller ones. The books also cover preserved railways, rolling stock, locomotives, tramways, minor, miniature and model railways, biographies of. The Railway Studies Collection is housed in the Passmore Edwards Centre in Newton Abbot, Devon. Passmore Edwards Centre. Market Street. Newton Abbot. TQ12 2RJ. How to get to us: Newton Abbot Railway Station is on the main line from London, Paddington and there are local services from Exeter, Plymouth, Torquay and Paignton. The Railway Study Collection is situated entirely on the first floor of the Passmore Edwards Centre, Newton Abbot (lift available). Opening Hours are the same as the library at the Centre: am – pm Monday am – pm Tuesday am – pm Wednesday am – pm Thursday am – pm Friday am – pm Saturday.
Newton Abbot Railway Studies Collection. Search. Main menu. Skip to primary content. Skip to secondary content. Home; We’re currently working on a project to make the Railway Studies Collection more accessible. First thing we need to do is to digitise o images that we have in The Collection! agreements, petitions and receipts (Newton Abbot Library: railway studies collection) Devon Archives and Local Studies Service (South West Heritage Trust) Newton Abbot Library, Newton Abbot. 1, likes talking about this were here. Railway Studies Collection in Newton Abbot. 28 April at Railway Studies Collection in Newton Abbot. 24 April at English "A lovely book which shows Alfie overcoming his fear of going to a birthday party alone, without his mum for the. The Railway Studies Collection. which opened in , is on the first floor of the Passmore Edwards Centre in Newton Abbot. The town was chosen for the Collection because of its historical significance as a railway centre. It has a main line station and was the site of a large locomotive shed, engine repair depot and carriage/wagon works.