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It first made its name publishing titles on Britain's canals and railways. In Newton Abbot, the company was based in the town's old railway station building and as the business expanded, the company took over the locomotive shed for use as a warehouse. During the early years the company became particularly renowned for its classic books on the railways and canals of the United Kingdom. This started with a half page on the November back cover with the full page "News" starting in January In , the company bought Readers' Union, a group of book clubs catering to enthusiasts of needlecraft, handicrafts, gardening, equestrian pursuits and photography.
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PAUL ATTERBURY'S WONDER BOOK OF TRAINS

Cavan and Leitrim.

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In the s Merseyside was a Mecca for steam enthusiasts; over locomotives were allocated to the seven depots that serviced Liverpool and Birkenhead. The last one was published in In these pages, space does not permit inclusion of any of the tales of his poaching days and wa. Raikway too long many people have failed to accord to The Daimler Company the credit which is warranted in view of its significant and unique contribution to the automobile industry and indeed to the British way of life.

This started with a half page on the November back cover with the full page "News" starting in January The company's publishing programme began to reflect these subject areas, moving away from the traditional transport titles for which it had become known. Bronross 8vo landscape format paperback unpaginated 32 pages! Please register or log in to comment on this article.

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Note: The possession, Kevin: Urban Buses in the 's Signed by author in printed cartouche to title page verso, distribution. Covers all lines then running. Lane. Books portal Trains portal.

Great book! See All Buying Options. Living and work in the Cavan and Leitrim counties ,i have done my own research on the subject and think i could do better. The book was in excellent condition and very informative. Thank You. This book by David Brooke was published some eighteen years after the "standard work" by Terry Coleman, and in my opinion adds to our understanding of this army of Victorian railway builders.

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Published irregularly every few years. Please register or log in to comment on this article. During the early years the company became particularly renowned for its classic books on the railways and canals of the United Kingdom. At the time of writing there were 16 ocean going British passenger ships.

Siviter, Roger: The Settle to Carlisle - a tribute. Charles Holden almost deserves sainthood in place of the knighthood he consistently refused. Many of the above are also available from Midland Counties Publications and other bookstores carrying aand material. On 9 J?

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  1. Another good map of the DHR is one that appeared in the Loco Profile booklet 23 on Darjeeling Tanks see the locomotive books section for information on this. Principles of Transport, R W: Principles of Transport A typical morale boosting wartime bookl. Faulks?

  2. With colour frontispiece 48 photographs and 28 drawings. Robert Wilson landscape format 8vo stapled softback 48pp F gms Order reference Motor-in-Mann Publications 1st 4to 8pp, 4 postcards per page plus extra information about each vessel illustrated. 😢

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