The Lancaster & Preston Junction Railway
- The Lancaster & Preston Junction Railway
- by M.D.Grenville and G.O.Holt
- The Lancaster & Preston Junction Railway was only 20 miles long and presented no unusual engineering features, but its short independent history was an essential link in the West Coast route to Scotland, for aperiod it was leased to a canal company. At one time the railway had no board of directors to handle its affairs, and part of it was used by another company without consent.
- The authors have handled this rich material skill, and as well as telling the remarkable story of the Lancaster & Preston, their account throws fascinating incidental light on the early days of long-distance railway travel.
- 64 pages, 1961, Card covers, 5" x 7¼"
- No ISBN
- Pre-Owned, excellent, previous owners dated signature on flysheet
- David & Charles Main Page
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