Newton Abbot Library
- Opening Hours
- Catalogue and Renewals
- Railway Studies Library
- Library Images on Flickr
***More information about other services available at this centre can be found here Passmore Edwards Centre. To read about the building renovation project 2009-2012, please follow this link Passmore Edwards Centre Redevelopment Project***
Passmore Edwards Centre
Tel: 01392 384012
Fax: 01392 384027
Renewals: 0345 155 1001
Tel: 01392 384700
Fax: 01392 384027
Centre Manager: Cheryl Marshall
Accessibility All internal and external public areas accessible.
There is on street parking close by for disabled customers.
There is a hearing loop at the main counter.
New opening hours from Monday 16th September 2013
|Monday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Tuesday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Wednesday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday||09:00 - 18:00|
|Friday||09:00 - 17:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 16:00|
Opening hours are the same as main library.
The following is a list of periodicals and newsletters currently held in the Railway Studies Collection in Newton Abbot Library. Staff are not available to search the periodicals listed below for specific articles, and the Library can only accept requests for photocopies by post if precise details, including page references, are given. Application must be made on the Railway Studies Collection photocopy request form (29KB - pdf help) which must be printed out, signed and forwarded with the appropriate remittance, made payable to Devon County Council. The cost can be calculated from the number of pages required multiplied by £0.50. The minimum payment per order is £5.00. It is regretted that electronic requests and payments cannot be accepted.
* after the title denotes that a complete set is held
# after the title denotes that the title is donated by the Friends of the Railway Collection
Items added to the list after it was last printed are in italics
Railway Studies on Flickr
You can view a small selection of images held in the Railway Studies Collection on Flickr. You may be able to help us with information about the images we can't identify. Visit our Railway Studies Flickr page for more info.
Railway Studies is supported by the Friends of the Railway Studies Collection.
Established in 1992 the Friends support the collection by various means including volunteering for Saturday opening hours, fund raising for the purchase of new titles for the Collection or giving specialist advice on the many unidentified photographs and slides held by the Collection. For further information please follow the links.
- Adult and children's books for loan
- Reference and information books and leaflets
- Local Studies materials
- PCs with Internet, email, and word processing/Office
- Specially adapted PC+ Computer for people with disabilities
- Music CDs
- Audio Books (Spoken word) on CD and MP3 -CD
- Language courses
- Requests service - books, music and film
- Photocopier and fax
- Community Noticeboard
- Display/exhibition space
- Activities and events for children
- Railway Studies collection
- Self-service Technology (with card payments)
- Customer access point
- Adult Learning
- Computer training suite and meeting rooms
- Get into Reading - Memory Group