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Lms 150. the London Midland & Scottish Railway. a Century and a Half of Progress
by St. John Thomas, David, Whitehouse, Patrick

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This text celebrates 150 years of the London Midland and Scottish Railway retelling in words and pictures the full story, from the earliest beginnings with the opening of the London and Birmingham line through the problem-ridden years following the amalgamation in 1923 to 1998. The book presents the story with contributions from experts in all fields including many who worked on the line, and explores the ramifications of what was once the world's largest commercial organization.

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Lms 150: the London Midland and Scottish Railway. a Century and a Half of ProgressLms 150: the London Midland and Scottish Railway. a Century and a Half of Progress (Hardcover)
Pub. Date: 1998
Publisher: David & Charles
Price: $18.95
Seller: Easton's Books, Mount Vernon, WA, USA
Condition: NF
Notes: Hardback in Near Fine condition, Near Fine dust jacket Bookplate on front endpaper. 4to 11" to 13" tall. 208 pages.
L.M.S.150L.M.S.150 (Hardcover)
Pub. Date: 1987-09-24
Publisher: David & Charles
Price: $27.00
Seller: Heroes Bookshop, Niagara Falls, NY, USA
Condition: Very Good in Very Good jacket
Notes: This copy has a solid tight binding with clean unmarked pages...Signed by Patrick St. John on the half title page...previous owners bookplate on the back of the front cover...price clipped.
 
 
 
 

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Overview

This text celebrates 150 years of the London Midland and Scottish Railway retelling in words and pictures the full story, from the earliest beginnings with the opening of the London and Birmingham line through the problem-ridden years following the amalgamation in 1923 to 1998. The book presents the story with contributions from experts in all fields including many who worked on the line, and explores the ramifications of what was once the world's largest commercial organization.

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  • PID: 16691528093
  • ISBN-13: 9780715387405
  • Publisher: David & Charles
  • Seller: Goldstone Books
    Condition: Good
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