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Northumberland & Durham's Last Days of Colliery Steam - Stenlake

The North East of England is often referred to as 'the cradle of the railways', for while the wooden waggonway put down in 1604 between Strelley and Wollaton, near Nottingham, is generally recognised as being the first of its kind, it was the coal-owners of Northumberland and Durham who made the most of the concept during the ensuing years of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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ISBN: 9781840334616

Product Code: BKSNDC

Author: Tom Heavyside

Format: Paperback

48 pages

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Price: £ 10.95