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AND THEN CAME FORD
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AND THEN CAME FORD

By Merz, Charles

United States of America: Doubleday, Doran & Company, In., 1929. 321pages; b/w plates/ illustrations. Original hardback binding, good with a little general wear, rubbing and few minor stains. Contents clean and tight, unmarked, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Harry Cimino. 8vo. Book.

$26.76

THE A.B.C. RAILWAY GUIDE MAP TO ENGLAND AND WALES [etc.] From The ABC or Alphabetical Railway Guide
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THE A.B.C. RAILWAY GUIDE MAP TO ENGLAND AND WALES [etc.] From The ABC or Alphabetical Railway Guide

By Clownes

London: Clownes The large folding map from A.B.C. or Alphabetical Railway guide. No date but circa 1920? Printed on very thin paper, which has now tanned, a few short tears and splits at folds, otherwise good, no inscriptions. (Map only). Good.

$16.06

SOMETHING NEW OUT OF AFRICA
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SOMETHING NEW OUT OF AFRICA

By HW [E.Howard-Williams]

London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1934. 208 pages; b/w illustrations; 4 large folding air route maps. Original black cloth hardback binding with gilt lettering, very good and bright with a little rubbing to joints. Contents clean and tight, unmarked, but for pencil inscription to front free end paper. A very good copy.. First British Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 4to.

$42.82

THROUGH COMMUNICATION, Via KENSINGTON and WEST LONDON RAILWAY,  with Brighton and South Western Railways, TO KENSINGTON AND THE SOUTH, - Week Days Only
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THROUGH COMMUNICATION, Via KENSINGTON and WEST LONDON RAILWAY, with Brighton and South Western Railways, TO KENSINGTON AND THE SOUTH, - Week Days Only

By London & North Western Railway

London: London & North Western Railway, 1868. Timetable March 1868, front timetable sheet printed on a buff-orange paper with attached folded A3 sheet, centre fold map"Map of the London & North Western Railway and its Communication", reverse "Map Shewing London & North Western Railway and its connections in the Neighbourhood of London". and to the rear two small maps to the final side are entitled Enlarged Plan of the London & North Western Railway - between Liverpool, Manchester & Leeds, and Enlarged Plan of the London & North Western Railway Between Rugby, Birmingham, Stafford & Shrewsbury. ; thought to be number XV from a series of timetables. A little edge wear and marking to maps, no inscriptions, appears to have been part of a larger timetable book.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to. Timetable.

$60.22

STEAMING ALONG
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STEAMING ALONG

By Wynn, Michael J.

York: Quacks Books, 2013. 226 pages,numerous colour & b/w illustrations. Laminated card covers. A new copy. (The introduction briefly discusses early railways but concentrates on historical and geographical concepts to develop an understanding of the growth of railways, illustrated by a range of examples. The growth and development of York is a chapter essential to the railway history of Yorkshire and the North of England. A chapter about the Settle and Carlisle analyses the route and illustrates the line before it became famous. The next chapter tours Scotland in 1962 just as steam was being displaced from many services.The Midland and Western visits well known locations including Birmingham, Gloucester, Bristol, bath and Swindon.Darlington: The Birthplace of Railways records steam from 1960 to 1967.) A chapter devoted to Bridlington recalls the summer holiday trains that brought people from all over the country to the seaside.Tours round Leeds and the West Riding are recorded. Capital steam looks at London as the nodal point of the railway system.. First Edition. Paperback. Brand New. 4to.

$37.20

STEAMING ALONG
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STEAMING ALONG

By Wynn, Michael J.

York: Quacks Books, 2013. 226 pages,numerous colour & b/w illustrations. Laminated card covers. A new copy. (The introduction briefly discusses early railways but concentrates on historical and geographical concepts to develop an understanding of the growth of railways, illustrated by a range of examples. The growth and development of York is a chapter essential to the railway history of Yorkshire and the North of England. A chapter about the Settle and Carlisle analyses the route and illustrates the line before it became famous. The next chapter tours Scotland in 1962 just as steam was being displaced from many services.The Midland and Western visits well known locations including Birmingham, Gloucester, Bristol, bath and Swindon.Darlington: The Birthplace of Railways records steam from 1960 to 1967.) A chapter devoted to Bridlington recalls the summer holiday trains that brought people from all over the country to the seaside.Tours round Leeds and the West Riding are recorded. Capital steam looks at London as the nodal point of the railway system.. First Edition. Paperback. Brand New. 4to.

$37.20

STEAMING ALONG
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STEAMING ALONG

By Wynn, Michael J.

York: Quacks Books, 2013. 226 pages,numerous colour & b/w illustrations. Laminated card covers. A new copy. (The introduction briefly discusses early railways but concentrates on historical and geographical concepts to develop an understanding of the growth of railways, illustrated by a range of examples. The growth and development of York is a chapter essential to the railway history of Yorkshire and the North of England. A chapter about the Settle and Carlisle analyses the route and illustrates the line before it became famous. The next chapter tours Scotland in 1962 just as steam was being displaced from many services.The Midland and Western visits well known locations including Birmingham, Gloucester, Bristol, bath and Swindon.Darlington: The Birthplace of Railways records steam from 1960 to 1967.) A chapter devoted to Bridlington recalls the summer holiday trains that brought people from all over the country to the seaside.Tours round Leeds and the West Riding are recorded. Capital steam looks at London as the nodal point of the railway system.. First Edition. Paperback. Brand New. 4to.

$37.20

DAY OF THE DIESELS VOLUME 1: 1970-74
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DAY OF THE DIESELS VOLUME 1: 1970-74

By John Spencer Gilks

Northants, England: Silver Link Publishing, 2005. 128 pages, colour and b/w illustrations & photographs. Original dust jacket, fine. Original hardback binding, fine with a little general wear. Contents clean and tight, a little paper transferance on the title page, otherwise unmarked, no inscriptions. A fine tight copy.. First Edition. Hardback. Near Fine/Fine. 8vo.

$13.38

THE BEST WAYS OUT OF LONDON.  THE BEST WAYS TO AVOID LONDON. THE WORST HILLS IN ENGLAND
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THE BEST WAYS OUT OF LONDON. THE BEST WAYS TO AVOID LONDON. THE WORST HILLS IN ENGLAND

By Montague, Lord (Editor)

London: The Car Illustrated Limited, 1910. No date c. 1910? Pp. viii, 79 + adverts. blue advertising end papers. 35 route maps including folding frontispiece map. Original red cloth binding with black lettering, good with some general wear and rubbing, cloth dust marked. Contents good, some pages with finger soiling, hinges a little loose but book remains firmly bound. A good copy.. Third Edition. Hard Cover. Good. 12mo.

$13.38

THE TRAMS OF LONDON IN OLD PICTURE POSTCARDS
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THE TRAMS OF LONDON IN OLD PICTURE POSTCARDS

By Finlay, Ian F.

Netherlands: European Library, 1983. 8 page introduction followed by 114 b/w illustrations with accompanying text. Original hardback binding very good with light general wear. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No dust jacket. 8vo Landscape.

$12.04

PRACTICAL FLYING: A TRAINING MANUAL FOR AIRPLANE PILOTS
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PRACTICAL FLYING: A TRAINING MANUAL FOR AIRPLANE PILOTS

By Jones, Byron Q.

New York: The Ronald Press Company, 1928. 210 pages, 6 b/w plates. Original blue cloth binding very good with slight wear only, gilt bright. Contents clean and tight, previous owner's near signature to the front end paper otherwise unmarked. A very good copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 8vo.

$21.41

ROAD AND RAIL TRAFFIC ACT 1933
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ROAD AND RAIL TRAFFIC ACT 1933

By Not Given

London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1934. iii & 60 pages. Contemporary blue cloth binding with title and "OFFICE OF SUPT. OF LINE, PADDINGTON" stamped to the front board, very good with slight wear only. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. Illus. by Abreviated. Large 8vo.

$13.38

FLIGHT (MAGAZINE) A Small collection of 20 Issues from 1915 All With Original Wrappers. A Journal Devoted to the Interests, Practice and Progress of Aerial Locomotion and Transport
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FLIGHT (MAGAZINE) A Small collection of 20 Issues from 1915 All With Original Wrappers. A Journal Devoted to the Interests, Practice and Progress of Aerial Locomotion and Transport

By Spooner, Stanley (editor)

London: Royal Aero Club, 1915. Official organ of the Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom. A small broken run of 20 weekly issue with original wrappers including nos. 314 (January 1, 1915), 316, 317, 319, 321, 324, 328, 329, 332, 334, 335, 344, 345, 346, 347, 348, 350, 351, 356, and 366 (December 31, 1915.). Generally the condition is very good, b/w illustrations, various articles and adverts. Covers good with some general wear and rubbing, a few chips, several with splits repaired using scotch tape, one with the covers detached but present. Contents clean and tight. A very good collection. An excellent resource and covering part of WWI.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to (22 x 30cm).

$227.49

FLIGHT AND AIRCRAFT ENGINEER (MAGAZINE) 1 July 1955 No. 2423. Vol.68.

By Smith, Maurcie A. (editor)

London: Royal Aero Club, 1955. Official organ of the Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom. A good copy with original printed wrappers; b/w illustrations, various articles and adverts. Covers good with a little general wear, stain to the top right hand corner. Contents good and tight, some pages with a stain to the top right hand corner. A good copy.. Paperback. Good. 4to.

$6.69

THE BODMIN & WADEBRIDGE RAILWAY

By Whetmath, C.F.D And Faulkner

FALCON PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1963. 50 pages, b/w photo illustrations. Covers very good with a little general wear and slight rubbing. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. Paperback. Very Good.

$10.71

'TAKE UP SLACK' A History of the London Gliding Club 1930-2000

By Hull, Edward

Bognor Regis, West Sussex: Woodfield Publishing, 2000. 120 pages. A limited edition of 500 of which this is number 40. Signed by the author to the title page; b/w illustrations throughout. Covers fine. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A fine copy, clean and bright, virtually as new.. Signed by Author. First Edition. Paperback. Fine. 4to.

$37.47

AIR PICTORIAL A Complete Run of 6 Years (72 Monthly Parts, January 1959 - December 1964, Volumes 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26)
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AIR PICTORIAL A Complete Run of 6 Years (72 Monthly Parts, January 1959 - December 1964, Volumes 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 & 26)

By Paul, G. J. Christopher

London: Rolls House Publishing Co. Ltd, 1959. The 12 issues for 1959 are bound in the original publisher's blue folder (easily removable) each part with original covers and index for the year. The remaining 6 years are in the original monthly parts with no gaps. All in very good condition with slight wear only. A very good run. Please note this is a heavy collection and a postal surcharge will probably apply.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good. 4to.

$234.19

London to Brighton : 150 Years of Britain's Premier Holiday Line

By Baker, Michael H.C.

Wellinborough: Patrick Stephens, 1989. b/w illustrations. Original dust jacket fine with minimal wear, a little fading to spine, price-clipped. Hard back binding fine. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A fine bright copy.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. 4to.

$6.69

GREAT LITTLE TRAINS OF WALES

By Perkins, Derek

Derek Perkins, 1974. 77 pages, colour and b/w illustrations, covers very good with a little general wear, light crease to rear cover. Contents clean and tight. A very good copy.. First Edition. Paperback. Very Good/No Dust Jacket. 8vo.

$3.35

THE GREAT WESTERN COLLECTION The Guild of Railway Artists

By Hollingsworth, Brian

London: New Orchard Editions, 1988. Colour plates. Original dust jacket good, with some general wear and rubbing to edges, a little marked, not price-clipped, now attractively presented in a loose-fitting clear archival sleeve. Hard-back binding, very good. Contents clean and tight, no inscriptions. A very good copy.. Reprint. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good Plus. 4to Landscape (approx. 26 x 30cm).

$13.38

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