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Branch Lines Around Wimborne

£8.99

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BOOK DESCRIPTION
About: The line between Southampton and Dorchester was opened on 1st June 1847, it's sinuous and indirect route becoming known as ''Castleman's Corkscrew''.
Cover: the front cover has a blue background with white outlines and a picture of a train in black and white colour.
Dust jacket: there is no dust jacket with this book
Number of pages: about 100 pages, the book does not have numbered pages.

BOOK DETAILS
Author: Vic Mitchell and Keith Smith
Cover type: hardcover
Edition: 4th
Publisher: Middleton press
Published: 2006
ISBN: 0906520975
Printer: Biddles Ltd

BOOK CONDITION
Overall condition: book is in very good condition with very minimal problems.
Cover: 2 of the corners have bumping which has gone through the surface slightly. other than this cover is in very good condition
Page: pages are all in very good condition with no problems.
Binding: in very good condition

Item details

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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About this item

BOOK DESCRIPTION
About: The line between Southampton and Dorchester was opened on 1st June 1847, it's sinuous and indirect route becoming known as ''Castleman's Corkscrew''.
Cover: the front cover has a blue background with white outlines and a picture of a train in black and white colour.
Dust jacket: there is no dust jacket with this book
Number of pages: about 100 pages, the book does not have numbered pages.

BOOK DETAILS
Author: Vic Mitchell and Keith Smith
Cover type: hardcover
Edition: 4th
Publisher: Middleton press
Published: 2006
ISBN: 0906520975
Printer: Biddles Ltd

BOOK CONDITION
Overall condition: book is in very good condition with very minimal problems.
Cover: 2 of the corners have bumping which has gone through the surface slightly. other than this cover is in very good condition
Page: pages are all in very good condition with no problems.
Binding: in very good condition

Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback

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