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All Change at Crewe: The Story of the Modernisation of Crewe's Track and Signals in 1984 and 1985.

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Category: Railways
Publisher: Birmingham: British Rail, 1985.
ISBN: 0905466748

Paperback booklet in fair condition. Nasty bumps and creasing to all corners. General wear and marks to covers. Staples rusting. Page edges tanned throughout. Reading/working copy only. Landscape 4to. 32pp.

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