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Large format. Light brown boards with gilt titles. B/w photos. Colour illustrations. 634 pages. ISBN: 0946219109. Spine and corners bumped. Dustwrapper is edge creased.
B/w photos. A few light marks to outer page edges. Wrapper is lightly edge-creased with a faded spine.
THE ABC ALPHABETICAL RAILWAY GUIDE JULY 1923
Written by David St John Thomas.
Stock no. 2134042
Published by Guild Publishing. 1986. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper.
Brown boards with gilt title to spine. A new edition of the July 1923 ABC Railway Guide including a selection of advertisements in hardback format. Small knock to base of spine, couple of corners are lightly bumped. Wrapper is faded to spine, with some creasing and edge-tear to rear panel.
Large format. B/w photos. Wrapper is faded to spine.
160 pairs of 'then and now' photographs recording the passage of time to be appreciated by local historians and lovers of the English countryside alike. Large format. B/w photos. Browning to outer page edges. Wrapper is lightly edge-creased.
The Turbo era in Formula 1 motor racing. Colour and b/w photos. A few faint marks to endpapers. Pictorial dustwrapper has foxing and grubby marks to edges of flaps and to the verso.
The War Years and Nationalisation, 1939-48. B/w photos. Wrapper is faded to spine; couple of splits.
B/w photos. B/w diagrams. A few white marks to covers. Creasing to wrapper.
Colour and b/w photos. A few light spots to covers.
B/w photos. Wrapper is edge-creased with a few marks.
Colour and b/w photos. Highlighting the 'modern era' of thrust-driven machines in the age of the jet and rocket-powered machines from the early 1960's.