1911-12 Bradshaw's Railway Manual
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Folding Maps, Original Binding
Bradshaw's railway timetables and guide began production in the mid nineteenth century, and ran until the early 1960s. Initiated by George Bradshaw, who died in 1853, the commonplace guides continued to bear his name. They are referenced in literature including 'Dracula', 'Around the World in 80 Days', 'Rebecca', and referenced by authors including Dickens, Conan Doyle and Philip Pullman.
Two volumes, being the railway manual for 1911 and 1912, the sixty-third and sixty-fourth edition respectively.
With advertisements to the front and rear pastedowns and endpapers of the works.
Each volume contains three folding maps.
In the publisher's original full cloth binding. Externally smart with some wear but much better than usually seen, with some fading to the boards and bumping to the extremities. Internally, generally firmly bound. Pages are a little stained in places, particularly to the endpapers and paste downs.
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