Drake's road book of the Grand junction railway from Liverpool & Manchester to Birmingham. Containing a brief historical and topographical account of the scenery, places and objects on either side of the line, (as observed by the passing traveller in their order of appearance.) The rules, regulations, fares, times of outset and arrival of the trains at the various stations; together with all requisite information for travellers arriving at the various stations; and an accurately engraved map of the entire route...
Birmingham: printed and published by James Drake; Liverpool, Manchester, and London, n.d., [ca. late 1830's]. 16mo, pp. xiv, -184 (pp. 110-184, ads); large folding frontispiece map (a few splits at folds), 4 engraved advertising plates (1 folding); front hinge cracked, else a good, sound copy in original green cloth, gilt-lettered direct on upper cover. Item #27485
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