An Illustrated History of British Railways' Workshops: Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Building and Maintenance, from 1825 to the Present Day
by Edgar Larkin
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- ISBN 13
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- An Illustrated History of British Railways' Workshops: Locomotive, Carriage and Wagon Building and Maintenance, from 1825 to the Present Day
- Edgar Larkin
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Heathfield Railway Publications
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- british railways history pictorial works railroads rolling-stock locomotives design and construction railroad cars locomotive great britain rolling stock workshops railway workers trains infrastructure edgar larkin 1906974020
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