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The Construction of the Humber Bridge

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Product description

A book of 89 colour photographs which tell the story of how the Humber Bridge was built, compiled and published by David Lee, a local photographer. Each photograph has a short caption, accompanying paragraphs give additional information. Printed on stiff photographic paper and held in blue hardback covers with gilt titles. This volume was in the stock of Kingston upon Hull Library Service and on the front end papers are 3 library stamps and marks where a label has been removed. It is also stamped on the rear end papers where a computer record label is affixed. There are also stamps with reference numbers, on the reverse of the title page.
An interesting item is an extract from 'The Humber Bridge Song' written in 1967 by Chris Rowe.

Item details

Author(s):
David Lee
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.5 x 30 cms
Edition:
1981
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
24
Publisher:
David Lee
Title:
The Construction of the Humber Bridge

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A book of 89 colour photographs which tell the story of how the Humber Bridge was built, compiled and published by David Lee, a local photographer. Each photograph has a short caption, accompanying paragraphs give additional information. Printed on stiff photographic paper and held in blue hardback covers with gilt titles. This volume was in the stock of Kingston upon Hull Library Service and on the front end papers are 3 library stamps and marks where a label has been removed. It is also stamped on the rear end papers where a computer record label is affixed. There are also stamps with reference numbers, on the reverse of the title page.
An interesting item is an extract from 'The Humber Bridge Song' written in 1967 by Chris Rowe.

Author(s):
David Lee
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
21.5 x 30 cms
Edition:
1981
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
24
Publisher:
David Lee
Title:
The Construction of the Humber Bridge

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