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HORSFORD Jim The Railways of Jamaica. - Through the Blue Mountains to the blue Caribbean seas - a history of the Jamaica Government Railway.
HORSFORD Jim The Railways of Jamaica. - Through the Blue Mountains to the blue Caribbean seas - a history of the Jamaica Government Railway.

Locomotives International (2010)
168 large pp. 1st ed., new in pictorial boards.
Detailed history profusely illustrated in colour.
£12.00


HORSFORD Jim From the Caribbean to the Atlantic: - A brief history of the Barbados Railway.
HORSFORD Jim From the Caribbean to the Atlantic: - A brief history of the Barbados Railway.

Paul Catchpole Ltd. (2004)
70 large pp. 1st ed., new in pictorial card covers.
Profusely illustrated history of this railway.
£10.00


HORSFORD Jim From sugar cane to scenic train. - The St Kitts Railway.
HORSFORD Jim From sugar cane to scenic train. - The St Kitts Railway.

Paul Catchpole Ltd. (2004)
64 large pp. 1st ed., new in pictorial card covers.
Profusely illustrated history of this railway which was originally designed to transport sugar cane from all parts of the island to the central factory but has now been converted to carry tourists around the island.
£10.00


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JAHR Capt. K. Checklist of Swedish Travelling Post Offices (Rail - PKP) 1914-1954 Privately published n.d. 8pp. 1st ed., small National PS h/s otherwise clean in paper covers.
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BERMUDA Bermuda Railway, Hamilton Original sepia photograph, circa 1930, 4.25 x 3.25," fine.
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J.L. MADURO Entrance to Hospital showing Canal Zone Post Office, (Panama) No 79a Old Panama postcard, circa 1908, worn corners, unused. Showing some of the many Jamaicans who went to help build the Panama canal.
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1899 North British Railway Company 2d together with 1d lilac on cover addressed to Alva. Endorsed 'Most urgent. Per Pass Train. Deliver at once certain' and '7-59pm Train from Kinross Junct.' Dated 3/7/99. Stamps cancelled in m/s.
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HEAP Christine and RIEMSDIJK John van Pre-Grouping Railways Part 2. H.M.S.O. 1980 89pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
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