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The Dalmellington Iron Company - Its Engines and Men by  David L Smith - Hardcover - 1967 - from Christopher Baron and

The Dalmellington Iron Company - Its Engines and Men

by Smith, David L

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Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1967 Hardback 145mm x 224mm tall. 256pp + 43 b/w photo illustrations on plates and 19 text figs. Bookplates of one John R. Sewell to pastedowns, otherwise a very good copy, in the original dark-grey boards/gilt spine title, and very slightly edge-chipped but good, photograph-illustrated, dust-wrapper. .
  • Bookseller: Christopher Baron GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 005939
  • Title: The Dalmellington Iron Company - Its Engines and Men
  • Author: Smith, David L
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10: 0715358286
  • ISBN 13: 9780715358283
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Place: Newton Abbot
  • Date published: 1967
  • Keywords: Osborne Industrial Scotland Cunningham Stevenson Caprington Auldnaw Mine Mines Mining Barclay Carbieston Pits Carnochan Chalmerston Colton Craigmark Carsphairn Downieston Dalrymple Dunaskin Dalharco Galloway Houldsworth Inclines Killoch Portgwarra Pennyve
  • Bookseller catalogs: Technology; Transport, incl. Trams & Tramways; Steam; Geology and Mining;


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