The Railway and Travel Monthly, Vol. X & XI, 1915.

By: Sekon, G. A. (editor)

Price: £120.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good


Two volumes with binders present but magazines not bound in and therefore still have the original pictorial wrappers. Some minor shelf wear and the usual rusting to staples otherwise all Very Good. Colour plate with original pictorial covers and adverts. Complete year's magazines.With six magazines in each volume. With b&w illustrations and some colour plates. Articles include: London's Motor buses and the War, The widening of the Metropolitan Railway, The duration of the Liner's life, The Ilford Collision, The Officers of the London Electric Railways, An English Municipal Railway: The Nidd Valley Light Railway, 'The Robinson' Marine Superheater, The Princess Christian Hospital Train, The Rail and road in Devon and Somerset, The Most terribel Railway accident in the world's history: Quintins Hill Caledonian Railways. A record run in the Argentine, The work of a goods station, Straightening the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and many more. THE PACKED WEIGHT OF THIS BOOK IS OVER 1KG, SO FOR UK FIRST CLASS AND INTERNATIONAL, ADDITIONAL POSTAGE COSTS WILL BE REQUIRED.

Title: The Railway and Travel Monthly, Vol. X & XI, 1915.

Author Name: Sekon, G. A. (editor)

Categories: Scottish Transport, Transport,

Publisher: G.A. Sekon: 1915

Book Condition: Very Good

Type: Book

Seller ID: 005803

Keywords: Railways, Railway Engines, Locomotives, GNER, GNR, British Express Trains, British Locomotives, New Zealand Express, Stephenson Locomotive Society, Metropolitan Railway, The South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Transport,