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ISBN:1871608104
Author: Chris Hawkins,George Reeve
ISBN13: 978-1871608106
Title: London, Midland and Scottish Railway Engine Sheds: Glasgow and South Western v. 7: Their History and Development
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Language: English
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Publisher: Irwell Press (April 4, 1990)
Pages: 136

London, Midland and Scottish Railway Engine Sheds: Glasgow and South Western v. 7: Their History and Development by Chris Hawkins,George Reeve



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London and North Western Railway. The York and North Midland Railway built a shed in this area, but this was demolished when the new station was built in 1877. Another four engine sheds were built in this area.