• A Lancashire Triangle: History of the LNWR in and Around the South Lancashire Coalfields Part 2 (Sweeney)

A continuing survey of the London and North Western Railways' network in the South Lancashire coalfield, Part Two contains precious, never-to-be-repeated scenes shot by dedicated photographers and rail enthusiasts. Photographs by celebrated ex-railwayman Jim Carter, landscape photographer Tom Edmondson and cameramen Alf Yates, Gerry Bent and David Norman combine with the author's informative detailed captions. Includes 1950s' scenes of Bolton Great Moor Street Station, Fletcher Street Junction and Lever Street. And dip into Little Hulton, Plodder Lane engine shed, Walkden and Roe Green memories.Landscape scenes and Lanry bridges, Marsland Green coal wharf, Bickershaw Colliery, night-time at Astley Green engine sheds. The Triangle is completed by the Pennington Loop, plus scenes from the Roe Green, Worsley to Bolton Great Moor Street branch and the central railways system. Maps, line drawings, timetables and train movements are included.1997 Triangle Publishing. Hardcover with protected dw. VG. 6V0-9YT-GKP          A Lancashire Triangle Parts 1 & 2 £95.

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A Lancashire Triangle: History of the LNWR in and Around the South Lancashire Coalfields Part 2 (Sweeney)

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