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The World's Railways: The history and development of Rail transport

£19.99

Product description

This gigantic book is over four-hundred pages of Railway history, from the inception of railway travel, through the rise and fail of steam power, to the modern day wonders of high-speed railway travel, accompanied throughout by high detail drawings and photographs. For travel history fans and railway buffs, look no further: this is the book you have been searching for.

Written by veteran history writer Christopher Chant, this particular book is in good quality condition, though the dust jacket is slightly worn in placed and ripped at the edges.

Item details

Author(s):
Christopher Chant
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
185361 479 3
Number of pages:
446
Publisher:
Regency House Limited
Title:
The World's Railways: The history and development of Rail transport

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About this item

This gigantic book is over four-hundred pages of Railway history, from the inception of railway travel, through the rise and fail of steam power, to the modern day wonders of high-speed railway travel, accompanied throughout by high detail drawings and photographs. For travel history fans and railway buffs, look no further: this is the book you have been searching for.

Written by veteran history writer Christopher Chant, this particular book is in good quality condition, though the dust jacket is slightly worn in placed and ripped at the edges.

Author(s):
Christopher Chant
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
185361 479 3
Number of pages:
446
Publisher:
Regency House Limited
Title:
The World's Railways: The history and development of Rail transport

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