Parry's Railway Companion from Chester to Holyhead: containing a descriptive and historical account of the objects of interest. especially the monster tubular bridges. and the Herculean habour of refuge at Holyhead, to which is added the tourist's guide to Dublin and its environs

Parry, (Edward)

Editorial: Thomas Catherall, Chester, 1849
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Librería: The Petersfield Bookshop, ABA, ILAB (Petersfield, Hampshire, Reino Unido)
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Título: Parry's Railway Companion from Chester to ...

Editorial: Thomas Catherall, Chester

Año de publicación: 1849

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro: Very Good

Edición: Second Edition.


One of Bradshaw's contemporaries. This lovely little book has been professionally rebacked and had new endpapers but retains the original cloth boards. A fold out map at the rear has a couple of small tabs of old tape but is complete and shows the whole route described in the book. Scarce. Category: Railways; Travel & Places. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. N° de ref. de la librería 55340

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