Brownlie John S.Railway Steam Cranes Glasgow John S. Brownlie 1973 0950296503 / 9780950296500 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Good Book 4to - over 9¾ This book is full of information and illustrations of steam cranes ,the author has spent years researching his subject .There is some faint foxing to the back pastedowns and the edges of the pages are slightly dust stained,the D/W is nicked and torn along the edges and the top of the spine and on the corners.
McGowan ChristopherThe Rainhill Trials London Little Brown & Co. 2004 0316724807 / 9780316724807 First Edition Hardcover Fine Fine Book 8vo - over 7¾ On the 6th October 1829 in a small hamlet just outside Liverpool,ten thousand spectators gathered to witness one of the most remarkable events of the industrial age ; a battle between locomotives that became known as the Rainhill Trials. This is a first Ed hardback book in fine condition has is the D.W
Quinn TomMemories of Steam Newton Abbot David and Charles 2009 0715329561 / 9780715329566 Reprinted2009 Hardcover Very Good Very Good Book 8vo - over 7¾ The book is in very good condition full of pictures.
Siviter, RogerTaunton West UK Great Bear Publishing 2004 0954115031 / 9780954115036 1st Edition Hardcover Very Good No Jacket Book 8vo - over 7ï¿½ - 9ï¿½ This book is the fourth volume in the Great Bear Yesteryear Traction series. It compliments the '50s West ' with many different locations, but with a few of the old favourite scenes . The journey starts at Taunton when the station abounded in splendid GWR signals and signal boxes, then runs through Somerset then Devon through to Cornwall and eventually stopping at Penzance. The corners of pages 15 through to 18 have been turned down by the previous owner. Otherwise this is a clean tight copy. Please Note :International second class economy shipping may take upto 90 days to arrive.