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by R. M. Arnold

ePub Steam Over Belfast Lough download
R. M. Arnold
The Oakwood Press (December 1969)
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Steam over Belfast Lough. by Robert McCullough Arnold. a look at the railways to Bangor and Larne and especially the work of the locomotives. Published 1969 by Oakwood P. in Lingfield. Railroads, Steam locomotives. Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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Well-done and entertaining history of the Bangor line and the Larne line in Northern Ireland. The Bangor line originated with the Belfast & County Down Railway while the Larne line originated with the Belfast & Ballymena Railway. The author, who was deeply familiar with both, discusses their operations, especially the work of their locomotives, in detail. Illustrated with black and white photos. With map and numerous statistical charts. 90 pages.