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Great Western, 0-6-0 Tender Goods Locomotive Classes (ePub)

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By David Maidment
Imprint: Pen & Sword Transport
Series: Locomotive Portfolios
File Size: 82.9 MB (.epub)
Pages: 208
ISBN: 9781399054706
Published: 1st May 2024

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This book is a comprehensive history of all the 0-6-0 tender locomotives built by the Great Western Railway or by railways absorbed by the GWR from the very earliest broad gauge engines designed by Daniel Gooch to the Collett 2251 class of the 1930s some of which were still under construction at nationalisation. It includes the Joseph Armstrong ‘Standard Goods’ and the famous Dean Goods, many of which served overseas in the two world wars. The text of 40,000 words describes the design, construction and operation of eight GW and five ‘Absorbed’ broad gauge classes, and thirteen GW and thirteen ‘Absorbed’ standard gauge classes. The book has over 250 black and white and 30 colour photos, weight diagrams and drawings.

"One of an extensive series this book follows a formula describing the classes of a particular type owned by a railway company. All well illustrated...the book could help model makers"

Welsh Railways Research Circle Newsletter No.178, Summer 2024
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About David Maidment

David Maidment was a senior manager with British Railways, with widespread experience of railway operating on the Western and London Midland Regions culminating in the role of Head of Safety Policy for the BRB after the Clapham Junction train accident. He retired in 1996, was a Principal Railway Safety Consultant with International Risk Management Services from 1996 to 2001 and founded the Railway Children charity (www.railwaychildren.org.uk) in 1995. He was awarded the OBE for services to the rail industry in 1996 and is now a frequent speaker on both the charity and his railway career and author of four novels, two non-fiction works on street children and over eighteen books for Pen & Sword’s locomotive portfolio series, the royalties from all being donated to the charity.

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