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ePub Lost Railways of Co. Antrim download
Author:
Steven Johnson
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978-1840331936
ISBN:
1840331933
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Stenlake Publishing (June 15, 2002)
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Lost Railways of Co. Antrim.

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Lost Railways of C. ntrim. Published June 15, 2002 by Stenlake Publishing.

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Ireland Hand Book of Railway Distances - Browning, Walter - 1884. Lost Railways of Co. Antrim - Johnson, Stephen - 2002

Ireland Hand Book of Railway Distances - Browning, Walter - 1884. Ireland's Railway Heritage - Ryan, Gregg - 2002, ISBN 542721-0-2. Antrim - Johnson, Stephen - 2002, ISBN 1-84033-193-3. Cork - Johnson, Stephen - 2005, ISBN 1-84033-331-6. 'Derry - Johnson, Stephen - 2002, ISBN 1-84033-199-2. Down and Co. Armagh - Johnson, Stephen - 2002, ISBN 1-84033-176-3. Dublin and the South East - Johnson, Stephen - 2005, ISBN 1-84033-334-0. Co. Tyrone and Co. Fermanagh - Johnson, Stephen - 2002, ISBN 1-84033-200-X.

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Stephen Johnson brings us a second book in the "Lost Railways" series published by Stenlake. A full third of this book is dedicated to narrow gauge: the CDRJC, Portstewart Tramway, and LLSR are covered. Tonight they bring us behind the scenes of how this great railway operated and present a selection of previously unpublished colour pictures from their book as well as some material that wasn't used. Illustrated with slides. Wednesday 12th March 2003 Advance to Retreat - Gerard Muldoon recalls the heyday of the narrow gauge line from Ballymena to Parkmore and Retreat and its impact on the locality.

This book can be found in: Transport: general interest Trains & railways. Lost Railways of County Donegal (Paperback). Stephen Johnson (author). Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers.

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