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Railways At the Zenith of Steam 1920-40, Railways of the World in Color, Nock, O. S.

Author Name    Nock, O. S.

Book Title   Railways At the Zenith of Steam 1920-40, Railways of the World in Color

Binding (hardback, paperback, etc.)   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Very Good dust jacket

Edition   First American Edition; Various

Publisher's Name   New York Macmillan Co. 1970

ISBN or ASIN Number    0025897101 / 9780025897106

Illustrated By   Illustrated by Clifford and Wendy Meadway

Seller ID or SKU   51114

This color guides provide an excellent color plate of Steam trains between 1920 and 1940 and the history of each.. They are in excellent shape and scarce in this condition.The dust jackets are in archival quality covers. The author "Oswald Stevens Nock (21 January 1905 29 September 1994), nicknamed Ossie, was a British railway signal engineer and senior manager at the Westinghouse company; he is well known for his prodigious output of popularist publications on railway subjects" Wiki ; Color Illustrations; 12mo 7" - 7" tall; 184 pages

Price = 9.97 USD


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