Cambridge - Its Railways and Station
Part 12: Acknowledgements, Sources and References
A number of private individuals willingly gave consent for the use of images from their own or purchased collections and in some cases kindly volunteered additional information. To these people we are extremely grateful as without images this feature would have proved extremely difficult to produce. Their images are credited accordingly. Flickr has a vast range of images depicting railways and trains in and around Cambridge, a selection of which have been reproduced, with permission, in this feature. Thanks as always to Michael Stewart for supplying tickets from his extensive collection.
Numerous images have also been made available by Wikimedia Commons and Geograph under Creative Commons Licence, while others are available under the same licence from the National Railway Museum and Science & Society Picture Library. The latter has been extremely helpful with regard to images and other information not so readily available.
Special thanks must go to the staff at The Cambridgeshire Collection, Cambridge Central Library, who went out of their way to locate certain images and printed documents, some of which were at one point thought lost.
Colour-Rail have also been very helpful in providing certain images otherwise not available. Their website is well worth a look and there are also a number of non rail images.
Other Websites, Organisations and Companies:
- British Railcars 1900 - 1950, David Jenkinson & Barry C. Lane, Atlantis 1996, ISBN 0 906899 64 8
- British Rail DMUs and Diesel Railcars - Origins and First Generation Stock, Brian Morrison, Ian Allan 1998, ISBN 0 7110 2629 7
- BR First Generation Diesel Railbuses, Evan Green-Hughes, Ian Allan 2011, ISBN 978 0 7110 3635 2
- Cambridge to Ely, Richard Adderson and Graham Kenworthy, Middleton Press 2005, ISBN 1 904474 55 1
- Diesel Depots, The Early Years, Hawkins, Hooper and Reeve, Irwell Press 1989, ISBN 1 871608 01 5
- LMS Diesel Locomotives and Railcars, E. V. Richards, RCTS 1996, ISBN 0 901115 76 2
- Oxford to Cambridge Railway Volume 2 Bletchley to Cambridge, Bill Simpson. OPC 1983, ISBN 0 86093 121 8
- Potters Bar to Cambridge, Vic Mitchell and Allan Mott, Middleton Press 2006, ISBN 1 904475 70 5
- Prototype Locomotives, Robert Tufnell, David & Charles 1985, ISBN 0 7153 8397 3
- Six from Leipzig, Gertrude Dubrovsky, Vallentine Mitchell 2004, ISBN 0 85303 470 2. Note that the publishers name is mis-spelled 'Mithcell' on the spine of this edition. This book is the story of the Kindertransport and the Cambridge Childrens Refugee Committee
- The Cambridge Line, Michael R. Bonavia, Ian Allan 1995, ISBN 0 7110 2333 6
- The Great Eastern Railway, Cecil J. Allen, Ian Allan 1975, ISBN 07110 0659 8
- The Last Days of Steam in Cambridgeshire, Eric Sawford, Alan Sutton 1990, ISBN 0 86299 787 9
- The Origins of Nazi Genocide, From Euthanasia to The Final Solution, Henry Friedlander, Chapel Hill 1995, ISBN 0 8078 2208 6
- The Railway: British Track Since 1804, Andrew Dow, Pen & Sword Books 2014, ISBN 978 1 47382 257 3
- The Railway Clearing House Handbook of Railway Stations 1904 (reprint) David & Charles 1970 ISBN 0 7153 5120 6
- Official Handbook of Stations British Transport Commission (Railway Clearing House) 1956
- Railways to Cambridge, Actual and Proposed Reginald B. Fellows M.A., LL.M., The Oleander Press 1976, ISBN 0 902675 62 1
In addition, countless references have been made to railway periodicals, timetables, handbills, locospotters notes, Ian Allan pocket books, traction stock lists and so on.
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