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Black"s road and railway guide to England and Wales

Black"s road and railway guide to England and Wales

containing plans of the principal cities, maps and charts, and a list of hotels.

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Published by Adam and Charles Black in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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The world's largest second-hand book market can be found at Hay-on-Wye, a small village at the border of England and Wales. The village is also famous for proclaiming itself independent from the UK in One of England's quaintest traditional event is the cheese rolling competition in Brockworth, Gloucestershire. Every year in May people. Morris, J.P. The North Pembroke and Fishguard Railway. The Oakwood Library of Railway History Short history of this railway, through to Great Western days, covering the route, stations, locomotives, rolling stock and signalling. Illustrated with b/w photos and track diagrams. (pb) Oakwood, , pp VG £7. Rattenbury, Gordon.


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Black's picturesque tourist and road and railway guide book through England and Wales. With a general traveling map; charts of roads, railroads, and interesting localities; engraved views of picturesque scenery; and a comprehensive general index, embracing a list of hotels and inns.

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