Steam in Scotland tells the fascinating stories of our transport history and using images which have not previously appeared in print.
Edinburgh-born Kevin McCormack takes us back in time to witness the steam locomotives typical of Scotland in the 1950s and 60s.
A perfect coffee table book for any train enthusiast, each picture includes an explanation of the model, date and location, along with information about the train itself.
All but a few of the images are in full colour, offering a clearer perspective of the railway scene at the time.
The book includes personal anecdotes, with one particular highlight being the revelation that as a boy, McCormack almost destroyed the train named Loch Long when he was allowed a shot of driving a train before almost crashing.
A nostalgic glimpse of a time before the Beeching cuts and the dieselisation of remaining services.
Steam in Scotland by Kevin McCormack, published by RedBrain, £25.