Catalog Record: The iron road book and railway companion from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, containing an account of the towns, villages, mansions, &c. on each side of the line : times of arrival and departure of the trains at the several stations, coaches and omnibuses to the towns in the vicinity, with tables of distances and fares from station to station ... | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The iron road book and railway companion from London to Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool, containing an account of the towns, villages, mansions, &c. on each side of the line : times of arrival and departure of the trains at the several stations, coaches and omnibuses to the towns in the vicinity, with tables of distances and fares from station to station ... / By Francis Coghlan ...

Main Author: Coghlan, Francis.
Language(s): English
Published: London : A.H. Baily & co. [etc., etc.], 1838.
Subjects: Grand Junction Railway Company (Great Britain)
London and Birmingham Railway.
Railroads > England.
England > Guidebooks.
Physical Description: 176 p. : front., maps, tables (1 fold.) ; 15 cm.
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