Railway Workshops of Britain, 1823-1986

Railway Workshops of Britain, 1823-1986

An illustrated history of Britain's railway workshops, covering the period from 1823 to 1986, this book deals with the history of the main railway workshops of Britain, a subject of wide-ranging mechanical and electrical engineering interest.

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