Bibliography

Camelot on the WSR, 2018. Photo JULIAN CLARK.

Alan Bloom and David Williams, Locomotives of British Railways (Book 5 of Jarrold Railway Series), Jarrold Colour Publications, Norwich, 1980.

Mainly pictorial, with some historic and technical information; also short biographies of the three steam era Chief Mechanical Engineers.

 

Someone from the Vale of Barkeley Railway, 25 June, 2017.

Derek Cross, BR Standard Steam in Action, D Bradford Barton, Truro, 1974.

Includes images of Standard Class Five locomotives working all over the national network.

Renaming day, 2016, Photo J HEINEMANN.

Francis Dowley and Peter Gibbs, From Barry to Bluebell, 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society, High Wycombe, 1996, ISBN 0 9507761 2 2

Tells the story of the restoration of 73082 Camelot to working order. It also describes how the design of the Standard Fives was developed and gives some examples of their performances on Southern lines during British Railways service.

The Maunsell Locomotive Society's S15 847, seen at Horsted Keynes, 2014. Photo S DESMOND

OS Nock, The Southern King Arthur Family, David and Charles (Publishers) Ltd., Newton Abbot, Devon, 1976. ISBN 0 7153 7156 8. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 76-2885.

Gives technical descriptions and a history of the H15, N15 (King Arthur) and S15 Southern Railway locomotive classes. Includes dimensioned drawings.

BRIAN LACEY, 19 August, 2017.

GA Richardson, Steam on the Somerset and Dorset, D Bradford Barton, Truro, 1975.

Includes images of Standard Class Fives working on the Somerset and Dorset Railway.

Two generations of design: A Stanier and a Standard Class 5 stand together on the Webmaster's baseboard, 2004. Photo S DESMOND

JPW Rowledge and Brian Reed, The Stanier 4-6-0s of the LMS (Chapter 5), David and Charles (Publishers) Ltd., Newton Abbot, Devon, 1977. ISBN 0 7153 7385 4. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 77-74358.

As well as describing the "Black 5" and "Jubilee" Classes, this book (Chapter 5) gives a technical description and history of the Standard Class 5, which is a development from the Stanier Class 5. Includes dimensioned drawings.

Our President Peter Smith on Camelot's footplate at Minehead, WSR. Photo, J HEINEMANN.

Peter W Smith and Peter W Gibbs, The Standard Arthurs, The 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society, Harpenden (now High Wycombe), 1981.

Technical and historical information from Peter Gibbs; Working with the Standard Class Fives of the Southern, a memoir, actually a rave review, of the Standard 5 Locomotive Class by Peter Smith, who is the Society's President.

S&D 7F seen with 73082 Camelot at Bath Green Park, 1964. Photo Rev A NEWMAN.

Peter W Smith and Peter W Gibbs, The S&D 7Fs Remembered, The 73082 Camelot Locomotive Society, Harpenden (now High Wycombe), 1986.

Technical and historical information from Peter Gibbs; Working with the 7F 2-8-0s of the Somerset & Dorset, a memoir of the 7F Locomotive Class by Peter Smith.

2017, Photo COLIN TURNER

Peter Smith, Mendips Engineman, Oxford Publishing Company, Oxford, 1972.

Memoirs of operating on the Somerset and Dorset Railway, collected by our President, Peter Smith. Includes working with BR Standards and Standard Fives. Photographs by Ivo Peters.

Running round at Sheffield Park, Photo SAM CARRAGHER

Peter Smith, Footplate over the Mendips, Oxford Publishing Company, Oxford, 1977.

More memoirs of operating on the Somerset and Dorset Railway.