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The First Principles of Railway Signalling Including an Account of the Legislation in the United Kingdom Affecting the Working of Railways and the Provision of Signalling and Safety Appliances

By Byles, C. B

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Title: The First Principles of Railway Signalling Including an Account of the Legislation in the United Kingdom Affecting the Working of Railways and the Provision of Signalling and Safety Appliances  
Author: Byles, C. B
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Language: English
Subject: Railroads -- Signaling, Railroad law -- Great Britain, Transportation
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1910
Publisher: London; The Railway Gazette

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B, B. C. (1910). The First Principles of Railway Signalling Including an Account of the Legislation in the United Kingdom Affecting the Working of Railways and the Provision of Signalling and Safety Appliances. Retrieved from http://www.ebooklibrary.org/


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