The people who bring you The Railway Magazine, Heritage Railway and Rail Express have just launched their latest book catalogue – brimming with fantastic new titles to explore while you’re stuck at home.
Among the many new books included is Locomotives of the National Collection by Heritage Railway editor Robin Jones. Delving into the history of legendary steam engines such as Flying Scotsman, Mallard, Stephenson’s Rocket and City of Truro, it is due for release on August 22 and is available for pre-order now. Other titles coming soon from the prolific Mr Jones include History of the Great Central Railway and Steaming over the North Yorkshire Moors.
Mortons Books is also busily preparing The Railway Magazine Archive Collection – 1930s, a collection of images harking back to the days when beautiful iconic engines were a part of ordinary daily working life across Britain and steam still reigned supreme.
These and dozens of other forthcoming titles available for pre-order can be found in the brand new Mortons Books 2020 catalogue – click here to take a look!
It may not currently be possible to get out and experience heritage steam in person but if you’re looking for a window back to happier times look no further than our selection of rail reads, including British Railways Stinks, Before Rocket, Running on Rails, The Beeching Legacy and many more. Click here to order now.
Don’t forget to join our book club for more information about our latest book releases – PLUS you’ll get 10% off your first order AND receive SIX FREE digital bookazines when you sign up.
Visit www.mortonsbooks.co.uk to browse our full range or call 01507 529529.
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