A hardcover copy, University of Leicester Press, 1976 - a detailed economic history of the North eastern ( England railway, in the 45 years leading up to the first world war . the railways area of operations was east of the Pennines, from Hull and Leeds northwards , through York, Harrogate to Newcastle , Durham and north to the Scottish borders. The North Eastern Railway Company 1870-1914. An Economic History. unclipped Dustjacket with green boards. 320 pages with tables & charts. No notes/underlining within. Cover photographic reproduction showing the No.1 erecting shop at Queen St Locomotive works at York Circa 1906. Slight shelf wear to D/J and slight spotting to pages, but a solid copy overall.
In excellent condition , with maps, tables etc - more of an economic and developmental history, rather than a history of rolling stock or stations etc.
hardcover , in dustjacket, with index, appendices, etc.