Britain's historic railway buildings: an Oxford gazetteer of structures and sites. OUP. 2003. 759pp.
Includes extremely concise biographies of architects. The structure is dictated by what is Listed (in confined meaning of that term): thus there are some considerble gaps in the coverage and some rather strange entries. Thus Truro, a city of some character, and with a pleasant if not spectacular station, has an entry limited to stumps of an early viaduct. Welwyn Garden City which lost an attractive station which matched the original new town has no entry for that, but does have one for the White Bridge which no longer crosses any railway line. Nevertheless, within its defined limitations it is a very useful work.