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The Shrewsbury to Crewe Line: A Detailed History by Bob Yate - Paperback - from The Saint Bookstore (SKU: A9781909625334)

The Shrewsbury to Crewe Line: A Detailed History

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The Shrewsbury to Crewe Line: A Detailed History

by Bob Yate

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The Shrewsbury to Crewe Line: A Detailed History
Author
Bob Yate
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Paperback
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Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
1909625337
ISBN 13
9781909625334
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Book Law Publications

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