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Southern Steam in Colour

By: Ballantyne, Hugh

Price: £12.50

Publisher: Uk, Littlehampton Book Services Ltd: 1985

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03572


The Southern railway was the smallest of the four companies grouped in 1923 under the Railways Act of 1921 and its territory was clearly defined geographically in the south and west of England, extending from Broadstairs in East Kent to Padstow in Cornwall. Illustrated throughout with many fine colour photos. The hardboards show light signs of shelf wear and the top of the pages has a little foxing. A good ,tight copy. View more info

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Southern Steam - South and West.

By: Fairclough Tony and Alan Willis

Price: £12.00

Publisher: UK, Bradford Barton Ltd.: 1974

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03627


The illustrations in this volume are a pictorial tribute to the Southern Region during the last twenty or so years of steam and include most of the numerous and greatly varied classes of locomotives inherited from the Southern and its constituents . The D/w shows light shelf wear to its cover and it also has some indents. View more info

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The North British Railway

By: Hamilton Ellis.C.

Price: £18.00

Publisher: UK, Ian Allen Ltd: 1955

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03649


The North British was the fifth largest railway company in 1923. It produced the first sleeping car and took its traffic over the Fourth and Tay bridges. Huge and rugged with few pretensions to elegance it was the largest railway in Scotland. The D/W show wear to its edges and panels and it is covered in a stuck down plastic cover. A good tight copy. View more info

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A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: VOLUME 2 Southern England

By: White, H.P.

Price: £12.50

Publisher: UK, David & Charles PLC: 1982

Edition: 4th Edition

Sellers ID: 03648


This edition which has four extra pages of plates, has been thoroughly revised to bring the story up to the present. The front endpaper has the previous owners name and date in ink written on it. The D/w has shelf wear to the edges and indents and scuffing to the panels, it is also priced clipped. A Good , clean and tight copy. View more info