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OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS please remember to add a minimum of £5.00 sterling to cover Bank Currency Conversion Charges unless you send payment in GBP. Surface mail can take some weeks, so if you wish items sent Air Mail, please contact the Secretary at the above address or Email to stts.glasgow@hotmail.com

 If you wish to pay by Bank Transfer, please contact the Secretary at stts.glasgow@hotmail.com for further details.

                                                          DVD’s/VIDEOS

LOOK BACK AT GLASGOW'S TRAMS AND TROLLEYBUSES****............................................................................................£14.95
(Online Video & Midland Counties Publishing) Popular 45-minute video, mostly in colour with soundtrack.
Commentary written by Ian Stewart, spoken by Alan Condie.


GLASGOW TRAMS Part One (OnlineVideo)..............................................................................................................................£13.00
Two hours, mainly in colour with rare historical footage maps and commentary. Detailed coverage of
Glasgow tram services both in the city and over the boundary, abandoned between 1955 and 1959. DVD


GLASGOW 'TRAMS Part Two (Online Video)............................................................................................................................£13.00
Two hours mostly in colour. Detailed coverage of all Glasgow services abandoned between 1960 and 1962. Last
Tram procession. Garden Festival. DVD


ABERDEEN TRAMS (Online Video)..............................................................................................................................................£11.00
Eighty minutes, some footage in colour. Coverage of Aberdeen tram routes abandoned 1955-58 including Woodside.
Hazelhead, Sea Beach, Bridge of Dee, and finally Bridge of Don. Last procession with horse car, 3 May 1958. DVD


DUNDEE TRAMS (Online Video)..................................................................................................................................................£11.00
Sixty five minutes, mainly in colour. Coverage of Blackness, Downfield, Lochee, and Maryfield-Ninewells trams,
Newtyle railway, Tay ferries. DVD


GLASGOW UNDERGROUND (Online Video).............................................................................................................................£16.00
One-hour look over the past thirty years covering pre and post modernisation to 1992 trailers. DVD


                                           OVERSEAS CUSTOMERS PLEASE NOTE:- This video is VHS 625 Pal Standard

                                                                BOOKS
THE GLASGOW TRAMCAR (1994 edition) by Ian Stewart........................................................................................................£9.95
A4, 200 pp, limp covers with 350 photos (25 in colour). A completely new and updated edition of this acclaimed
work, long out of print. Full details of the Glasgow electric tramcar fleet 1898 -1962 and its preservation.
Glasgow Garden Festival is also included.


GREEN CARS TO HURLFORD by Brian T. Deans.........................................................................................................................£1.50
A5, 72pp. full colour cover, 57 illustrations. The history of Kilmarnock Corporation trams and motor omnibuses
1904-1931, plus abortive tram schemes for Ardrossan, Saltcoats and Largs.


GLASGOW TRAMS FORTY YEARS ON by Ian Stewart.............................................................................................................£11.45
A book to mark 40 years since the demise of Glasgow Trams. A4 48pages, 16pp.in colour, Full colour Laminated
cover.


THE REGENERATIVE BRAKING STORY by Dr. Struan Robertson &John Markham...........................................................£35.00
The development of regenerative braking as applied to tramcars & trolleybuses in Britain and beyond.

BYGONE GLASGOW by Martin Jenkins and Ian Stewart.......................................................................................................£14.99
A look back at the period 12949-1969 with colour views of every mode of transportthat existed in the Greater Glasgow
area. ‘Best in series’ according to ‘Classic Bus’ review.


DESTINATION CRICH – GLASGOW CORONATION 1282 by Wim Beukenkamp...................................................................£6.95
31 page A5 size booklet, fully illustrated. A history of the tram currently at Crich. All funds from sale to go to
restoring 1282 to full operational condition.


                                                           Other Items
1282 Coronation Appeal Fund Fridge Magnets........................................................................................................................£2.00


Car Sticker - Coronation Tram 1282 (Now at Crich).................................................................................................................£0.75


                                                  SCOTTISH TRANSPORT
                  The following Back Numbers of the Society's illustrated magazine are available:

No.40 - Electrification of the Glasgow Subway 1932-40 Part I, The Blackpool Tram Centenary, Pardon, our screen has
Slipped, The Govan Branch Railway, Strathclyde Transport Electric Train News, Glasgow Underground News
..................£1.50


No.41 - Electrification of the Glasgow Subway Part II, Subway Immortality, Farewell Alexander: Farewell SMT,
The Poloc & Govan Railway, What's in a number, Things to come - 1897 style! Passed Out
...................................................£1.75


No.42 - Competing for passengers, De-Regulating Strathclyde's Bus services. Trams without wires (Aspects of petrol trams),
The Ayr line
........................................................................................................................................................................................£2.45


No.43 - Glasgow Museum of Transport notes, A Lanarkshire Jigsaw Puzzle, The Kingston dock disaster of 1914, Former
Scottish Independent bus operators, Trams Without Wires, a postscript, Strathclyde Bus De-Regulation
..........................£2.10


No.44 - Paisley’s early transport, Glasgow Garden Festival, Belgian surprise at Coatbridge..................................................£2.50


No.45 - Five colour views; Glasgow's early Horse Buses, more discoveries about Edinburgh's Horse Trams, Restoration of
Edinburgh 226, Albion's 90 years (photo feature), 'Doon the Watter' in the thirties
................................................................£3.45


No.46 - Five colour views, 30 years of Glasgow's Blue Trains, Tram v. Bus Wars on Dumbarton Road, Grahams Bus Services of Paisley............................................................................................................................................................................................£3.95


No.47 - Jack House tribute, A wartime conductress remembers, Bus driving in Glasgow, Ferries across the Forth,

12 colour views..................................................................................................................................................................................£4.40

No.48 - Municipalisation and the Midden Men, Modelling the Standard Cars, Glasgow Depot Fires, Manchester Metrolink............................................................................................................................................................................................£3.95


No.49 - Powering Glasgow Transport-11, Aberdeen's Trams 1943-1958, the new `GCT, TSS Caledonian Princess,
and 16 colour views
..........................................................................................................................................................................£4.40


No.50 - Woman in WW1, Glasgow Twys, PS Waverley, 20 Years of Preservation, Glasgow TDI, 37 colour views.................£4.40


No.51 - Apprentice at Coplawhill Wks, Edinburgh Experimental Trams 1932-3, McGill's Buses at Seventy-Five, 37 Colour views...................................................................................................................................................................................................£4.40


No.52 - Sweet 16 - Glasgow car 16, Wartime Travel, The one and only 101, Glasgow’s missed transport opportunities...£4.95


No.53 - OUT OF PRINT.

No. 54 - Scottish Electric Tramcars: A Profile of their sources, The Last Days of Glasgow Trams, Railplane to Bellahouston, Edinburgh Cable Trams. Their Life and Death, Caley Double Deckers.......................................................................................£5.50


No.55 - Suburban Myth: -Glasgow's Railway System, Monstrous Mass of Shimmering Tin-Edinburgh 798, Caley Apprentice: - An Apprentice in St. Rollox, Greenstaff: - Paisley trams in Corporation days............................................................................£5.50


No.56 - Metropolitan City, A Perth Survivor, Albions Galore, Glasgow's Museum of Transport, Memorable trips to Bervie,
Where there's a will….., A Rolling Stone, Greenstaff Part II, View from the platform, Trams for Hire, Duntocher Cars......£5.50


No.57 - Twilight of the Trams, The Portobello Cars, Some Nostalgic Journey, To the Breezy Hills, The Westwell Years,
The Return of the Venturer. TMS 50, Major Subway Upgrade, Horror at Haymarket, 1017 and all that
...............................£5.95


No.58 - 1938 Empire Exhibition, 1938 & the Coronations, Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust, Edinburgh Tram service 19,
Building Glasgow’s Subway
..............................................................................................................................................................£5.95


No.59 - Glasgow Coronations, 1938-49, Memories of a ‘Western’ apprentice, ‘Dolly’s Mixture’ Paisley Independents, The
Magnificent Obsession, Six is memorable, Some Guys I knew
....................................................................................................£5.95


No.60 - Glasgow Coronations, 1950-62, Pictorial tribute to Aberdeen’s Trams, Steam in the Far North, A Tale of two Rivers,

A Flight of Fancy, Nothing much new under the Sun, The Enigma variation.............................................................................£5.95

No.61 - An Edinburgh survivor (horse tram), The Edinburgh Manchester’s, Beyond the witching hour (Glasgow PW Dept.)
Fares Please! (Glasgow Numerical Ptg.Co.) As ithers see us, 20W Carriage Bulb Society
........................................................£5.95


No.62 The Greenock Railway Flooding 1912, Dalrymple makes it simple, A lifetime’s work, In the 1950’s, nine served Paisley!
(Independent Bus operators), Dundee’ Trackless Trams, The Utility Albions, The Edinburgh Streamliners
.........................£5.95


No.63 The Riverside Museum Opens, Diamond Jubilee of the STTS, Steamer services on Loch Tay, My memories of Glasgow
Tram tours, Edinburgh Shrubhill Standards 1934, Relinquishing the Editor’s chair, Scotland’s tram in Glasgow
................£6.50


No.64 Aberdeen’s Trams, A Choral Symphony, Summerlee Tramway in 2012, Glasgow Closure Commemoration, Aberdeen
Preserved Buses, New Tram for Edinburgh, A Failed preservation attempt, Great Edinburgh Tram Parade
.......................£6.50


No.65 - Trams in a time warp (Dundee), Edinburgh Tram Service 16, Glasgow at the cutting edge of Museum development
A cruise on the Forth & Clyde Canal, We’re all going on a summer holiday – Glasgow Buses, Glasgow 488
........................£6.50


No.66 Back to the future, Trams return to the capital, Child of War, The Stronachie Distillery Tramway, Musselburgh Trams,
The Deeside Line, Millennium might have been, Great Scottish Inventor, Robert Wm.Thomson, Liner ‘Off-Piste’..............£6.50


No.67 - Western SMT ‘oddities’, Borders Railway Prelude, Semi-High speed trams in Glasgow, Edinburgh Trams in snow,
Where Angels Fear to sail, Alexander Atlantean Ambassadors, New Edinburgh Trams, Letter to the Editor
.......................£6.50


No.68 - Glasgow’s ex-Paisley Trams, The only double-Deck Cable Tram in the World, Unusual journey by MacBrayne’s
“Columba”, First steps in Scotland, Narrow-Gauge Scottish Gasworks Locomotives, Stark’s Buses of Dunbar
....................£6.50


The Society now has available a limited number of SCOTTISH TRAMLINES Nos.1-17 and SCOTTISH TRANSPORT Nos.18 - 39 available for sale. Please contact the Secretary to request price.