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Gretna: Britain's Worst Railway Disaster, 1915 by John Thomas - 1st  Edition - 1969 - from Dereks Transport Books and Biblio.co.uk

Gretna: Britain's Worst Railway Disaster, 1915

by John Thomas

Condition: Near FINE/Very Good


Newton Abbot: David & Charles, 1969. 143 pages, 335g. Red cloth boards with a little dirt spotting to page block edge, Near FINE in a Very Good edge rubbed and chipped d/w with very slight suning to spine. Illustrated with b/w photographs. . 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Near FINE/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book.




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