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Book Description

Bradshaw's Guides have been popularised as never before through over-exposure on Michael Portillo's railway journeys on the TV. However they rightly remain a major source of historical information on railways & social history. This copy of 1921 was still celebrating the zenith of railways in Great Britain and incorporates a wealth of detail on all operational lines from the smallest branch lines to the main line companies. The adverts are fascinating in themselves and provide insight to the supply & operation of the railways in that year.
Author Herbert H Bassett, editor
Date 1921
Binding Dark green cloth over boards with embellished gilt titling on front cover ; adverts with gilt lettering on spine & rear cover.
Publisher Henry Blacklock (London)
Illustrator Maps of Scotland, Ireland, Central Europe, & Europe (the last being unattached). Many illustrations contained within the numerous adverts.
Condition G + Slight scuffing to spine edges through frequent past use.
Pages 703

Price: £70.00

Offered by Geoff Cox Books

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