Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005
Rockwell Railways Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005 10 - A double treat for railway buffs, this set not only depicts platform views of stations which were closed from the 1950s onwards, many due to Dr. Beeching’s cuts, but each photo also shows a train, including the Pines Express steaming through Blandford Forum on the old Somerset & Dorset. Among the other stations are Mold, Long Melford and Midsomer Norton. Very comprehensive and interesting text backs. size 68 X 36mm
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Britains Lost Railway Stations 2005

Issuer: Rockwell Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: A double treat for railway buffs, this set not only depicts platform views of stations which were closed from the 1950s onwards, many due to Dr. Beeching’s cuts, but each photo also shows a train, including the Pines Express steaming through Blandford Forum on the old Somerset & Dorset. Among the other stations are Mold, Long Melford and Midsomer Norton. Very comprehensive and interesting text backs. size 68 X 36mm Number of cards in set: 10

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