By Ken McCarthy and Norm Chinn. 88 pages over 60 photos all B&W. Fine condition, almost as new. No damage, some foxing of covers.
The finest work on the subject of NSW tramway rolling stock. Every class illustrated and described, including converted passenger cars and specialised work cars
Destination Circular Quay, by Jack Richardson. A precise catalogue of every Sydney tramcar type with photos of each.
Booklet containing the details of every tram type that ran in Sydney: size, weight, numbers built and dates, motors, controllers etc.
A collectors must.
There are two copies in stock:
1. 2nd edition 1961 Good condition, slight creasing to top LHS rear cover
2. 3rd t edition 1967 Very Good Condition
No pages missing, no damage to text pages. approx 40 pages 40 photos all B&W.
First published published 1960, Traction Publications Canberra
select your preferred edition here
The definitive work on the NSW government tram operation in Sydney Newcastle and Broken Hill
Volume Two deals with electric tramcars of the early 20th century from 1903 to 1908
The N H J K M classes are described in very great detail: mechanical, electrical, fleets, builders etc.
Photos show the later history of each class, up to withdrawal
Many maps and diagrams, period ads from tram builders and parts suppliers: e.g. The Peacock Brake Company !
by Ken McCarthy and Norm Chinn. published 1968 by SPER
200 pages, approx. 100 photos al B&W
In Very Fine Condition
A precious historic reference
Rare and sought after, this book is in very fine condition
A full and extremely detailed history of the Broken Hill tramways 1902 - 1926
Every route dealt with in full with maps diagrams photos and fleet lists , timetables and ticketing
88 pp. pub. 1983 by SPER Ltd
48 pages in Full Colour
published by SPER
A full history illustrated with a colour photograph of every exhibit held in the collection of the Tramway Museum at Loftus NSW
Also included is a short history of the classes of trams operated by NSW Tramways, with B&W photos of the older classes at work as far back as the 1886 cable cars
There is a full index giving a table of detail about every car: its builder, dimensions, seating, specifications, years built.
A valuable historical resource, deeply researched