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The Secret Life Of St Neots Station By John Slack Pub By The Horizon Press 2010 1st Edition with d/j profusely illustrated.

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The secret life of St Neots station: a microcosm of the world it serves by John Slack published by the Horizon Press 2010 First Edition. Hardback book with 160 pages. Includes dustjacket. The front cover contains an early photograph of a scene at St Neots station where hay and straw is being dispatched for the trenches on the Western front. The back cover contains a photo of the 'Flying Scotsman' at the station. The dustjacket is in decent condition. There is some shelfwear and bumping present. There is also some rubbing next to the spine on the front and rear and a few scratches to the dust jacket. The cover, in green boards, is in a good condition. Internally the book is in a near perfect condition. There are no creases, marks or tears at all. The book contains many images and illustrations which are clean and bright. The book explores the station of St. Neots in detail throughout the ages. A concise, well illustrated and very interesting read for all who are interested in railways and their stories.

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Author(s):
John Slack
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
978-1-84306-530-2
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
The Horizon Press
Title:
The secret life of St Neots station: a microcosm of the world it serves

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The secret life of St Neots station: a microcosm of the world it serves by John Slack published by the Horizon Press 2010 First Edition. Hardback book with 160 pages. Includes dustjacket. The front cover contains an early photograph of a scene at St Neots station where hay and straw is being dispatched for the trenches on the Western front. The back cover contains a photo of the 'Flying Scotsman' at the station. The dustjacket is in decent condition. There is some shelfwear and bumping present. There is also some rubbing next to the spine on the front and rear and a few scratches to the dust jacket. The cover, in green boards, is in a good condition. Internally the book is in a near perfect condition. There are no creases, marks or tears at all. The book contains many images and illustrations which are clean and bright. The book explores the station of St. Neots in detail throughout the ages. A concise, well illustrated and very interesting read for all who are interested in railways and their stories.

Author(s):
John Slack
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-13:
978-1-84306-530-2
Number of pages:
160
Publisher:
The Horizon Press
Title:
The secret life of St Neots station: a microcosm of the world it serves

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