The GN built their own network to access the Derbyshire coalfield to compete with the Midland Railway and gain a fair share of the lucrative traffic, not only coal but also iron ore to the sprawling Stanton complex. Author Alf Henshaw uses his inside local railwayman's intimate knowledge to bring to life the complex railway operations in north Notts. His signalling knowledge is used to the full with signals, boxes and layouts featured. The Stanton complex of branches and workings is included, with the major Giltbrook and Bennerley viaducts also featured. The third book in the best selling series continues the meticulous details of books one and two.
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Descripción R.C.T.S., 2000. Card. Estado de conservación: VG. 1st. Third part of this well illustrated account of the GNR in the East Midlands. 155pp. VG copy in card covers. Out of print. Size: 4to. Nº de ref. de la librería 011283
Descripción Railway Correspondence and Travel Society, UK, 2000. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: Fine. 1st Edition. Softback RCTS 2000 First edition in Fine condition with green card covers; 155 pages with many b/w photographs of bridges, permanent way, stations etc, and track plans, illustrations, etc. 11 x 8.5 inches. Nº de ref. de la librería 007471