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Alpes Savoie Dauphine

By Michelin

France: Michelin, 1961. Paperback. Very Good. One of the lovely old green guides by michelin. Some shelfwear and bumping, a little creasing to spine. Written in french.


Chateaux de la Loire

By Michelin

Paris: Levallois, 1954. Second edition. Paperback. Very Good. A wonderful old michelin green guide, with beautiful illustrations and maps. Small tear bottom left front corner,shelf wear



By The Great Western Society

Didcot: The great western society. Paperback. Very Good. The booklet from the museum at didcot telling the story of the members endeavours and of the old steam locomotive shed which now houses a magnificent collection of the creations of the great western railway. Clean and tight binding, very nice little booklet.


Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway

By Cartwight, R I

1977. Paperback. Very Good. A unique 2ft 6 gauge line set in idyllic welsh scenery, this tells its intriguing story and history. Colour photos theoughout including the covers. Nice clean and tight. A little bumping to corners.


Facets of France and French Literature

By Triebel, L A

Australia: The Australasian Publishing Company, 1952. First edition. Very Good/fair. This is desgned to help enlarge knowledge of french literature. It also introduces you to the civilisation of France and her significant literature. A most for all students and lovers of France. Green boards with writing to spine, some marks. Dustjacket stained but no tears, just slight bumping. Nice tight binding and clean pages. First Edition



By Bradley, A.G.

London: Methuen & Co. Ltd, 1945. Seventh edition. Fine/fine. This book treats in bright and readable fashion of matters historical and archaelogical, of natural beauties, and matchless prehistoric remains. No pretension is made to being an exhaustive exploitation of Wiltshire but the outcome of a long summer's ramble about a county little known but well worth knowing; with map and illustrations. hardback clothbound; mylar dust jacket, minor shelf wear & foxing, small tear to top front edge of dj First Edition



By Bostock, Mary Murray

America: International Education Systems, 1193. First printing. Paperback. Very Good. Whether you are interested in Russia as a place to do business or as a source of personsl enrichment, Mary Rostock's book is an important and timely resource of.


150 Years Of Main Line Railways

By Nock, O S

Vermont: David and Charles, 1980. Very Good/very good. A book charting the history of mainline railways. Blue boards with writing to spine. Tight binding and clean pages. Dj not price clipped. Minimal shelf wear. First Edition



By Freethy, Ron

London: A Countryside Publication, 1987. First printing. Paperback. Near Fine. A stroll along the tranquil banks of the River Hodder from its source above Stocks Reservoir to it's junction with the Ribble, following paths into such charming villages as Chipping and Cow Ark and climbs high into the Trough of Bowland. clean;chipping to back cover


The Dark Heart of Italy

By Jones, Tobias

London: faber and faber, 2003. First published. Very Good/very good. In 1999 Tobias Jones emmigrated to Italy, expecting to discover the pastoral b liss described by centuries of foreign visitors. Instead he found a very different country one besieged by unfathomable terrorism and deep seated paranoia. This is an account of his 4 year voyage across the italian peninsula. Green boards with writing to spine. Dj nicked bottom front corner. Minor shelf wear, owner inscribed. Nice tight binding and clean pages. First Edition


Twilight Of Steam

By Garratt, Colin

England: Blandford Press, 1975. Reprint. Very Good/very good. Fascinating aspects of the final years of steam locomotives in Britain, France West Germany, Spain and Portugal. Colin Garratts evocative camera work along with his wide knowledge of locomotives will place in perspective for all time, the final years of European Steam. Brilliant coloured photography Clipped,shelf wear, small tear to dj on spine First Edition


The Hayling Railway

By Paye, P

Dorset: The Oakwood Press, 1979. Paperback. Very Good. A history of the line in Hampshire. Blue and White cover, slight rubbing and wear. Nice tight binding and clean pages.


Rail Facts and Information

By Body, Ian G

Bristol: Avon Anglia, 1978. Paperback. Very Good. Contents include locomotives, Depots, Terminals, Tunnels, Gradients, High Speed Lines, Signalling, Rolling Stock, Addresses. Nice tight binding and clean pages. Cover is red and slight fading to spine.


A Stranger in Spain

By Morton, H.V.

London: Methuen, 1955. First edition. Very Good. A tour of Spain from Madrid to Monteserrat taking in on the way places such as Seville, Cordoba and Segovia. Red Cloth with faded gold writing to spine. 4 colour plates and 9 black and white. Front endpaper map of Spain showing authors route, back endpaper a list of Kings and Queens of Spain. Bumping and marking to each corner, pages yellowing. Shelf wear.



By Berlitz

London: Macmillan, 1980. Paperback. Near Fine. A pocket sized travel guide to With photos and maps in colour. Plus special section of practical information


Steam Renaissance

By Heavyside, Tom

London: David and Charles, 1984. Very Good/very good. Tom Heavyside describes and illustrates in text and top class photos steam locomotives in their last years on regular BR duties. A unique record of the declining years of steam and the great rescue and revival that hopefully will keep steam alive for future generations. Blue boards with gold writing to spine. Some slight bumping to corners. Dj bumping to corners and shelf wear some fading. Nice tight binding and clean pages. First Edition


Rails across Northumberland Part 3. Rural Branch Lines of Northumberland

By Warn, C R

Frank Graham, 1975. Paperback. Very Good. At the time of writing the only true branch line in action is the Alston branch from Haltwhistle to Alston and this is probably now closed. A geographical background amongst other information. Nice clean copy with tight binding. A few biro marks on the rear outer cover.


A guide to the great central railway

By Jacobs, Tawse and Wilcock

Leicestershire: Great Central railway, 1986. Paperback. Very Good. Far more than just a ride on a train, this guide helps you see all there is to enjoy on a visit. Not a guide with details of rolling stock or locomotives. Slight rubbing to spine but nice tight binding and clean pages.



By Fanfani, Guido

Italy: Ramella, 1957. Paperback. Very Good/very good. Practical guide book containing about 200 pictures and a general map of the town. clean;plastic cover to dj First Edition


The Isle of Wight Bedside Anthology

By Noyes, Hugh

Isle of Wight: Isle of Wight county press, 1973. third impression. Very Good/very good. This assigns the Isle of Wight its own anthology rather than treating it as has been frequently done in the past as a mere appendage to Hampshire. Blue boards with gold writing to spine. Nice tight binding and clean pages. Inside back and front covers a map of the Isle of Wight. Dj blue with a little painting to the front and white pattern. Title in black and white writing. some bumping and shelfwear. Nicks on spine. First Edition


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