The Coal Canal Way, produced by the Somersetshire Coal Canal Society and selling at £3.20, is a booklet describing a series of walks which, when taken together, cover the entire length of the Northern Branch of the disused Somersetshire Coal canal.
It Leaves me the Same by E.A. Green (£12.99) is a thoroughly researched and well presented true story of a Somerset farmer’s son in The Great War. The book explores a nineteen year old’s journey in 1918 from his family farm through the
On the Trail of the Titfield Thunderbolt by Simon Castens £8.95. An illustrated guide to Ealing Studio’s location filming of “The Titfield Thunderbolt” in the blazing hot summer of 1952. The action took place south of Bath recalled in the
Issue 91: Summer 2018: Available from the Museum Shop for £4. • News from the Museum • Clifford Thomas Ruddock, J.P.: “a man whose word was his bond”, Cynthia Crocker • Suffrage and Socialism – Joan and Kay Beauchamp Pt1: family background, Tom Randall • Slum
Mendip Engineering and the Mendip Car – An Industrial Revolution in Chewton Mendip by Tom Randall is now available exclusively from Radstock Museum Shop. This brand new book, priced at £12.95, includes a CD of an interview with William Curtis one
A new DVD to buy from the Museum Shop: The S & D Reborn: Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust at Midsomer Norton priced at £9.95 It tells the story of how the Somerset & Dorset Railway Heritage Trust has transformed
This new book is published in celebration of the 150 years trading of Radstock Co-op. A Short History of the Radstock Co-operative Society by Nigel Watson. The Radstock Co-operative Society has been serving the local community for 150 years. Founded in
Fourteen circular walks in and around Radstock by Peter Bradshaw, Larry Cunningham and Sue Fraser. This brand new book, which is priced at £5.00, is published by Radstock Museum. All the walks in the book start and finish at Radstock Museum.