|This book describes the development and growth of both the ball clay industry, at Marland and Meeth, and of the railways that made the industry possible. Whilst the clay industry thrives, the railways have all been superseded and their full stories are recorded. First published in 1982 the book has been fully revised and expanded as a result of much additional research and information. Advantage has also been taken of the expansion of photographic archive and many new photographs are included. Also included are many maps, diagrams and scale drawings of the narrow gauge locomotives and rolling stock. 120p. 168 ill. hardback.