The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Society is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, no. 7406570. Registered office: 1 Interfields Cottage, Lower Interfields, Malvern, England, WR14 1UU
Web site designed in-house by DHRS © 2020
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Society Internet Sales Shop
Within our shop, you can join our Society or Renew your membership.
We have a large selection of books, magazines & binders, atlas, maps, plans.
DVDs showing the locomotives and trains on the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway.
The DVDs and books give a sample of life, showing the people and views along the line.
Payment is by the secure shopping cart, paying by
MasterCard & Visa Credit & Debit cards, Maestro and PayPal
using the WorldPay system.
Please Note: that when using the shopping carts and you go though to the checkout, you will go to a page “Santu Secure Ordering” where you will fill in your personal address details for billing and dispatch.
Ignore that it only allows pay by "Visa", WorldPay will allow all cards advertised
Clicking on “Review Secure Order” will allow you to recheck your order and
Clicking on “Send Order Securely” will take you to the WorldPay payment page.
Click on the logo of your credit card or PayPal, then fill in the details from your Credit Card for payment.
You will receive an ‘invoice’ style E-mail with you shopping details and marked ‘Order Confirmation’ BUT you still need to continue to the payment pages by WorldPay and input your credit card details there and finally you will receive another E-mail with a Purchase transaction ID: xxxxxxx number.
Also note that WorldPay & PayPal charge us about 4% to use the facility, but it is worth while for the “paper trail” that it gives us and the ease of world wide credit card shopping for our members and non-members.
Please note, that if you are unable or do not wish to buy via the web,
you can write to the sales officer with your order details, including P&P, and enclosed UK cheque.
NEVER SEND YOU CREDIT CARD DETAILS TO DHRS VIA E-MAIL
As with all letter post there is no ”paper trail” until we receive the order, please note that cheque’s from non-members and/or overseas, may have to be “cleared” by the banks before dispatch of goods .
We attend a number of Model Railway exhibitions, run by Martin Collins or Peter Barnes,
where most of our stock items will be for sale.
For a list of the current venues we will be attending see DHRS Events
The Story of 19B
In 2002, Adrian Shooter, engineer, professional railwayman and at the time, Chairman of Chiltern Railways, purchased a special locomotive from the Hesston Museum in the USA. It was a Darjeeling 'B' Class, the only one to ever leave India. Its arrival back in the UK, the place of its birth, was the result of a series of connections and two special people prepared to dig deep into their own pockets in the interest of preservation and museums, for people to enjoy and learn for generations to come.
“The Great Indian Railway Atlas” Third Edition by Samit Roychoudhury
New 2015, showing junctions, stations & track gauge.
Indian Archives Volumes 1-4 DVDs:
Volume 1: 50 Years of the DHR
Volume 2: Indian Narrow Gauge Steam on Film
Volume 3: Indian Metre Gauge Steam on Film
Volume 4: Indian Broad Gauge Steam on Film
Volume 5: Departures for Darjeeling on Film from 1970’s, 1980’s & 1990’s
If you have any old cine film or early video footage of Indian Steam - the DHR, other Indian narrow gauge or metre gauge railways. the Society would like to hear from you. If you are prepared to let the Society use it in further Volumes of our Archives DVD series we will have it digitally transferred to DVD and provide a DVD copy for you to keep. In the first instance please contact Peter Barnes on 01775 822913 or email email@example.com.
“B Class Drawings” Locomotive workshop drawings (almost enough detail to build your own loco!)
We have stocks of most back issues of the “Darjeeling Mail”, our in-house magazine,
please contact:- sales @ dhrs.org for details.
|Sample Sales Items|
|Mini 'B' Class|
|Paul Howard - Nov 2016|
|David Clark - 1943|
|Alwyn York - 1944|
|Tea & Tourism|
|Tour Report 2008|
|LBR May 2007|