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Published by Railway Correspondence and Travel Society in [Rugeley] .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL14144441M

A reprint of the Great Western Railway engine books of , and with some pages from that of , all originally published by the Great Western Railway. £ Hale, Michael 'Twixt London and Bristol, OPC, , pp


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R.C.T.S., Part Fourteen the last part of the standard, comprehensive history of all GWR locos, including absorbed stock. pp, illustrated. VG copy in card covers Only a very small print run and now scarce. 1st.

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This book has 53 pages & in is in very good condition. The first operations of the Great Western Railway (GWR) commenced in with the opening of the initial section of the main line from London Paddington to Bristol; the line was fully opened in From these origins the company grew its services to cover lines from London to the west and south-west, the Midlands and Wales.

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