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Britain’s Railways at War 1939-1945 – O. S. Nock – Secondhand Hardback Book 1999 Reprint

£5.00

An in depth description of how the railway coped through the 2nd World War from early preparation, through the ‘phoney’ period, Dunkirk, the Blitz and preparation for re-entry of the Allied forces into Europe. Over 100 illustrations, maps and diagrams

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Description

Hardback book with black cloth covered boards and gilt lettering to spine. Has been well protected by an unclipped pictorial dustjacket in good condition. Binding is tight and pages clean.

Additional information

Dimensions 24.5 × 16 × 3 cm
Book Author

O.S. Nock

Book Format

Hard Back

Condition

Secondhand – Good

First Published

1971

ISBN

7490

Number of Pages

224

Publisher

BCA

Subject Matter

Railways

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Totnes Station Information 8th August to 1st September

Totnes Footpath Diversion

Essential railway bridge repairs by Network Rail will mean that there will be a diversionary walking route between Totnes main line station and the South Devon Railway’s Totnes Riverside station and the Totnes Rare Breeds Farm . The works are scheduled to last between 8th August and 1st September.