Stokers and Pokers, Or, The London and North-Western Railway, the Electric Telegraph, and the Railway Clearing-House

John Murray, 1861 - 224 páginas

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This edition was published in Murray's Home and Colonial Library, no. LXVI, with slogan' Cheap literature for all classes' and the 2 words Stokers and Pokers appropriately in red on the front cover, in the shape of the fire in the cab of a steam engine. Leer comentario completo

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