M.& M.Baldwin

year of pub­li­ca­ti­onISBNauthor(s)title
1986978-0-947712-04-4Ian Rogerson · Gordon MaximL.T.C.Rolt: A Bibliography
1989978-0-947712-08-2Richard DeanHistorical Map of the Birmingham Canals (Historical canal maps)
1982978-0-947712-17-4Mark BaldwinSimon Evans: His Life and Later Work
1992978-0-947712-18-1Stanley HollandCanal Coins: An Illustrated History of the Coins, Tokens and Medals of the Inland Waterways
1993978-0-947712-19-8Charles HadfieldThomas Telford's Temptation: Telford and William Jessop's Reputation
  ''978-0-947712-23-5Richard DeanGrand Junction Canal Map of 1810 (Waterway Heritage Collection)
1994978-0-947712-25-9Margaret CornishTroubled Waters: Memoirs of a Canal Boatwoman (Working Waterways)
1995978-0-947712-27-3David BlagroveBread Upon the Waters (Working Waterways S.)
  ''978-0-947712-28-0Susan WoolfittIdle Women (Working Waterways)
1996978-0-947712-29-7Richard DeanHistorical Map of the Waterways of London (Historical canal maps)
  ''978-0-947712-31-0Eily GayfordThe Amateur Boatwomen (Working Waterways)
1997978-0-947712-32-7Richard DeanCanals of North Staffordshire (Historical Canal Maps S.)
  ''978-0-947712-33-4Tom FoxonAnderton for Orders: Memoirs of a Canal Boatman in the Early 1950's (Working Waterways S.)
1997978-0-947712-34-1Gordon WelchmanThe Hut Six Story: Breaking the Enigma Codes
1998978-0-947712-35-8David BlagroveThe Quiet Waters by (Working Waterways)
  ''978-0-947712-36-5Tony SaleThe Colossus Computer (1943-1996): And How it Helped to Break the German Lorenz Cipher in WWII
1999978-0-947712-38-9Myfanwy BaldwinSir Philip Dundas and His Brothers: The Missing Generation of Arniston
2001978-0-947712-39-6Tim WilkinsonHold on a Minute (Working Waterways)
  ''978-0-947712-41-9Peter CalvocoressiTop Secret Ultra
2003978-0-947712-42-6John KeenHarold 'doc' Keen and the Bletchley Park Bombe
2001978-0-947712-43-3Richard DeanCanals of Manchester (Historical Canal Maps S.)
2008978-0-947712-46-4John HerivelHerivelismus and the German Military Enigma
2012978-0-947712-48-8John KEENHarold 'Doc' Keen and the Bletchley Park Bombe