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Maggs, Colin Gordon

MAGGS, Colin Gordon

MAGGS, Colin Gordon. British, b. 1932. Genres: Transportation. Career: Batheaston Church of England School, Bath, deputy headmaster, 1967-86. Publications: Weston Clevedon and Portishead Railway, 1964, Midland and South Western Junction Railway, 1967; Bristol and Gloucester/Avon and Gloucestershire Railways, 1969, Bath Tramways, 1971, Highbridge in Its Heyday, 1973; Weston Super Mare Tramways, 1974; Bristol Port Railway and Pier, 1975; Newport Tramways, 1977; East Somerset Railway, 1977; Sidmouth, Seaton and Lyme Regis Railway, 1977; Wrington Vale Light Railway, 1978; Barnstaple and Ilfracombe Railway, 1978, Railways to Exmouth, 1980; Taunton to Barnstaple Line, 1980; Rail Centres: Bristol, 1981, 1996; Railways of the Cotswolds, 1981; Bath to Weymouth Line, 1982; Rail Centres: Swindon, 1983; The Honeybourne Line, 1985; The Camerton Branch, 1985; Rail Centres: Exeter, 1985; The Birmingham and Gloucester Line, 1986; The Clevedon Branch, 1987; GWR Principal Stations, 1987; Bristol Railway Panorama, 1990; Calne Branch, 1990; Last Days of the Somerset and Dorset, 1991; Mangotsfield to Bath Branch, 1991; Taunton Steam, 1991; Branch Lines of Gloucestershire, 1991; Swindon to Gloucester, 1991; Last Days of Steam in Bristol and Somerset, 1991; Branch Lines of Warwickshire, 1992; The Seaton Branch, 1992; the Mangotsfield to Bath Branch, 1992; The Best of the Last Days of Steam, 1993; Branch Lines of Berkshire, 1993; Branch Lines of Warwickshire, 1994; Branch Lines of Worcestershire, 1994; Branch Lines of Devon: Exeter Area, 1995; Branch Lines of Devon: Plymouth and Barnstaple Area, 1995; Branch Lines of Oxfordshire, 1995; Branch Lines of Dorset, 1996; The Sidmouth & Budleigh Salterton Branches, 1996; Branch Lines of Hampshire, 1997; The Exeter & Exmouth Railway, 1997; The Minehead Branch & The West Somerset Railway, 1998; Colin Maggs' West of England, 1998; The East Somerset Railway, 1998; Steam: Tales from the Footplate, 1999; Branch Lines of Buckinghamshire, 2000; The Nailsworth & Stroud Branch, 2000; The GWR Bristol to Bath Line, 2001; The Yate to Thornbury Branch, 2000; Double-Headed, 2002; The GWR Swindon to Bath Line, 2003. Address: 8 Old Newbridge Hill, Bath BA1 3LX, England.

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