Seconded. I can think of several more titles, mostly Norwegian, but none covering the 3'6" lines specifically.
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As for a publisher, why not try Frank Stenvalls in Malmö? He has lots of experience of publishing English-language titles, and the connections to distrubute internationally.
--- In LRRSA@yahoogroups.com.au, Frank Stamford <frank.stamford@...> wrote:
Thanks for your comment.
I do not know of any books in any language covering the subject as a
whole. There are a several good histories of individual lines in
Norwegian (the Røros line in particular), and a very good (but long
out-of-print) history of the locomotives in Norwegian, but nothing
covering the subject as a whole.
At this stage I think I have most of the necessary source material, and
an outline structure of chapter headings. When I have more to show for
it I will be seeking a publisher in the UK but if necessary I will self
publish. I expect most of the market for such a book would be in Europe,
not in the southern hemisphere, though early Queensland developments
will be partly covered in the book.
On 3/01/2011 4:14 AM, Brian Rumary wrote:
Frank Stamford wrote:
Later this year I hope to start writing a book on Norwegian 3ft 6inThat should be worth waiting for; I don't know of _any_ books on the
gauge railways, and that will need a lot of map work.
subject in English. Don't forget to let us know the details when it
finally comes out.
Brian Rumary, England
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