This page is an alphabetical list, in title order, of all our current books about Devon. Click on a title for more information.
- Brunel's Royal Albert Bridge, John Binding, £14.00
Brunel's masterpiece and an icon for the south west.
- Called Home : The Dartmoor Tin Miner 1860-1940, Tom Greeves, £16.00
Images and recollections of Dartmoor's high moorland tin industry.
- The Culm Valley Light
Michael Messenger, £15.00
Pioneer Devon light railway, became a much loved GWR
- Dartmoor's Earliest Photographs, Landscape and Place 1860-1880, by Tom Greeves, £18.00
The earliest photographic images of the Dartmoor landscape.
- Devon's Lifeboat Heritage, Nicholas Leach, £4.50
A full account and guide to this vital service.
- Inclined Planes in the South West, Martin Bodman, £15.00
A well illustrated gazetteer of over 200 locations
- Lundy Packets, Mike Tedstone, £15.00
Full account of the historic mail boats serving Lundy Island.
- North Devon Clay, Michael Messenger, £18.00
Narrow gauge and light railways served the ball clay industry.
- Paddle Steamer Kingswear Castle and the Steamers of the River Dart, Richard Clammer & Alan Kittridge, £14.00
The historic Kingswear Castle is steaming again on her home river.
- Plymouth's Hidden Railways, Paul Burkhalter, £16.00
A multitude of industrial railways, big and small, in and around Plymouth.
- The Redlake Tramway & China Clay Works, E. A. Wade, £8.00
A bold attempt to introduce industry into the hear of Dartmoor.
- Rendel's Floating Bridges, Alan Kittridge, £10.00
A successful alternative to a fixed bridge, Rendel's invention was used throughout the United Kingdom.
- Sail and Steam in the Plymouth district, by Alan Kittridge, £14.00
One hundred years of photographs of local shipping off the South Hams and east Cornwall coasts.
- Steamers & Ferries of the River Tamar & Three Towns District, Alan Kittridge, £14.00
Much loved ferry and steamer services that once crowded the waterways of Plymouth.
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