Track of the Royal Scot (Part 1) Euston to Carlisle
by Vale, Edmund
London: McCorquodale & Co.. Very Good. Softcover. A very descriptive illustrated rail travel guide, with the history of towns and details of Portland cement and salt works. Circa 1931. Ex-private library with sticker on spine and blind stamp of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company on the first page. Yap wrapper has chipped edges. Laid in are a second class ticket and menu card for the Royal Scot for August 17, 1931. The illustrations by F. H. Glazebrook and R. M. Hutchings include hill profiles, picturesque castles, towers, and churches along the route. The rear wrap lists two other publications and two more to come in a "Who Runs May Read" series of route books of the London Midland and Scottish Railway. ; 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall; 76 pp . (Inventory #: 011663)
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