This volume in the series covers the history and development of railways in the region and their link to industries, such as coal and cotton, and the growth of tourism and excursions to the seaside. The book includes 32 plates, 11 maps, with an additional fold-out map to the rear.
The dust wrapper is near fine condition, beautifully clean and bright, with only very minor flaws.
The binding is tight.
The top and fore-edges of the pages are mildly dusty.
The binding is secure and tight.
Internally, the content is clean and in near fine condition.
A very nice copy.
A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain: Volume 10 The North West
Geoffrey O. Holt
- Published by David & Charles, 1986
- Second edition, revised and updated by Gorden Biddle
- 5.5 x 9 in.
- 279 printed pages