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The Power of the 20s by Pip Dunn

The Power of the 20s

by Pip Dunn

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0860936112, Hardcover)

Pip Dunn, the editor of the magazine "Railways Illustrated", portrays the construction, development and operation of the class from its origins in 1956 through to the present day. Complementing the superb selection of photographs are the author's well-informed and detailed narrative and captions. In this, the 50th year since the type was introduced, this addition to the highly successful 'Power of' series provides a comprehensive portrait of one of the most enduring and successful designs of diesel locomotive ever to have been produced in Great Britain. This book will appeal to modellers, preservationists and diesel traction enthusiasts alike.

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