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The history, build details and operating practices, and it includes detailed plans for model makers too. It expands considerably on the knowledge base we have from previous publications and will prove to be the definitive work on this iconic class of locomotives which have worked on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway since 1889! Written by David Churchill, probably the world’s foremost authority on Darjeeling Locomotives, it balances diligent research with information from the DHRS archive and the support of friends with specific expertise. The book also covers the locomotives initially delivered to the Raipur Forest Tramway and those subsequently sold to Coal India to work at Tipong in Assam. No-one with an interest in the DHR or the surrounding area should be without it.
Gloss laminated soft cover with 128 pages with SEWN BINIDINGS, 282 x 210mm.
Price £22.50 plus postage. UK £3.00, EC £6.50 Rest of World £9.00
To be published 1 July 2018. "UK only orders received before then will be supplied POST FREE".
All advance orders will be dispatched during week commencing 1 July or soon as possible thereafter.
New promotional video of the DHR 'The magical train story: Darjeeling Himalayan Railway' https://youtu.be/fP0EomJh2FY by the Australian agency in Sydney who are working with India, Tourism Sydney (part of Incredible India) to increase awareness of/ encourage tourism to India. http://www.aei4eia.com.au/
Late afternoon outside Darjeeling Shed - 805 & 786. Photo by Paul Howard - November 2016.