Midland Metro T69 book coming soon!

The previously announced book on the Midland Metro T69s is now at the printers and will soon be available for purchase. An Illustrated History of the Midland Metro T69 Trams is written by Andrew Coward and features 160 pages in full colour and is certain to be a popular addition to the bookshelf of any self respecting tram enthusiast!

The book covers the entire history of the trams from their construction through to the present day and is illustrated with over 370 colour photos. Produced will full help and assistance of Centro and National Express West Midlands the book will be in perfect-bound A4 format and costs just £17.50 (including free postage and packing). All profits from the sale of the book will be donated to Macmillan Cancer Support and all photographers have kindly supplied their images to the book free of charge to help raise as much money as possible for this deserving charity.

Andrew Coward’s last tram book (on the Manchester Metrolink T68’s and co-written with John Henderson) has raised £3,000 for Bury Hospice and anyone who has a copy of that book should know what to expect from this book on the Midland Metro T69s – in other words it really should be added to your book collection if you have any interest in the UK light rail scene. And for those who don’t yet have a copy of the Metrolink book as a special offer you can purchase both of these books for just £27.50 (a discount of £8) exclusively on www.buryrossendalerails.com. It is anticipated that the book will be back from the printers by early May.

So what are you waiting for? Get over to www.buryrossendalerails.com and put in your order for An Illustrated History of the Midland Metro T69 Trams!

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2 Responses to Midland Metro T69 book coming soon!

  1. Andy Coward says:

    It has just been pointed out to me that the link in the story above does not direct you to the website for the new book. The website address is http://www.buryrossendalerails.com, whereas the links in the story direct you to a ‘.co.uk’ web address, for which I do not have the domain. Apologies if this has caused anyone any problems. The books have arrived back from the printers today, so people who have ordered copies should receive them within the next few days.

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