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The Changing Railway Scene: Western Region

by Laurence Waters

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0711032750, Hardcover)

Series from Ian Allan which concentrates on design, development and technical details with numerous close-up photographs and line drawings of chassis, engine, tracks, fighting compartment and armament of each design together with drawings of insignia and markings. The subjects of this volume are all the major designs of purpose-built tank killers used by Germany's Panzer divisions. 9 colour profiles. 102 b/w and 11 colour photos. 96 pages. Softback

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This title focuses attention on the Western Region, which was, and still remains, one of the most popular of all the railway regions. The author covers all the changes on the WR in every decade since its inception after nationalisation to its final winding up in 1986.… (more)

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