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Rails Through the Clay – Alan A. Jackson & Desmond F. Croome – Secondhand Hardback Book 2nd Edition 1964

£10.00

A history of the development of London’s tube network from the engineering and technical view and also social political and financial aspect.  Illustrated with maps, plans, 35 photographs and drawings.

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Description

Hardback book with beige cloth covered boards and red cloth spine protected by a worn unclipped paper dustjacket with age yellowing and torn edges.    Internally the binding is tight and pages slightly yellowed with age but unmarked.

Additional information

Dimensions 22.5 × 15 × 3.25 cm
Book Author

Alan A. Jackson & Desmond F. Croome

Book Format

Hard Back

Condition

Secondhand – Acceptable

First Published

1962

Number of Pages

408

Publisher

George Allen & Unwin

Subject Matter

London, 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.