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A SERIES OF VIEWS OF THE COLLIERIES IN THE COUNTIES OF NORTHUMBERLAND AND DURHAM
Written by T.H. Hair. Illustrated by T.H Hair.
Stock no. 1823441
Published by Davis Books Ltd. 1st thus 1987. Slightly better than very good condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
First published in 1844. Coal mining history reprint. From the etchings of Thomas Henry Hair, we gain some idea of the great activity in the Durham and Northumberland Coalfield and of the use of steam power in driving winding engines, haulage engines and new locomotives. Large format. Tan boards, gilt title to spine. B/w etchings. ISBN: 0946865078. Name in ink to front endpaper. Top edge of text block a little spotted. Otherwise contents clean. Cream pictorial dustwrapper is lightly grubby and lightly scuffed.
A major re-assessment of the social, economic, and political history of England since the reformation. Pale blue cloth, gilt title to spine. 566 pages. B/w photos and graphs. ISBN: 0198226454. Spine and corners bumped. Name in ink to half title-page. Dustwrapper is faded to spine and spine edges and is slightly edge rubbed.
The fifth volume in a continuing county series of The Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom 1845-1913 and completes the coverage of the Pennine districts of the north of England. Metalliferous and Associated Minerals. White cardwraps. ISBN: 095076244X. Covers lightly scratched. Front joint pulled but binding tight. Contents clean.
Buildings of England Series. Originally published in paperback in 1957. Peach cloth. B/w photos. ISBN: 0140710159. Browning and a little foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with some tears and chips; fading; some scuffs.
Blue cloth with gilt titles. B/w illustrations. Bumping and wear to spine and corners; some marks to covers. Inscription in ink to front endpaper. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges.
THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES VOL. XII PARTS I & II: NORTHUMBERLAND, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, OXFORDSHIRE, RUTLAND
Written by J. Hodgson; F.C. Laird; J.N. Brewer.
Stock no. 2134133
Published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe; Longman, Hurst, Rees And Orme; J. Cuthell; J. Harris; B. Crosby & Co.; J.M. Richardson. 1st 1813. Almost very good condition.
2 Volumes. Leather spines and corners; raised bands to spines with gilt titles. Marbled boards. Part 1 has 20 plates and Part II has 24 plates. Or Delineations, Topographical, Historical, and Descriptive, of Each County. Embellished With Engravings. Spines are both faded, with some wear. Differing levels of foxing throughout volumes; edges of some plate pages are chipped, with a little loss.
Large format. Card wraps. B/w photos. B/w diagrams. ISBN: 0863036139. Reprint. A fine copy.
VCS OF THE NORTH: CUMBRIA, DURHAM AND NORTHUMBERLAND
Written by Alan Whitworth.
Stock no. 1820350
Published by Pen & Sword Military. 1st 2015. Fine condition in a fine dustwrapper.
Graphic accounts of the courage of the men of Cumbria, Durham and Northumberland who were awarded the Victoria Cross. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 9781473848221.
Card wraps. B/w photos. B/w illustrations. Some light wear to cover edges.
Locomotion Papers 180. Cardwraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0853614202. Spine is faded. Some light wear along cover edges.
INDUSTRIAL LOCOMOTIVES OF NORTHUMBERLAND
Written by L.G. Charlton; Colin E. Mountford.
Stock no. 1820064
Published by The Industrial Railway Society. 1st 1983. Slightly better than very good condition.
Orange and grey cardwraps. B/w photos and maps. ISBN: 0901096474. Light creasing to spine. Text block lightly browned.
THE BLYTH & TYNE - A PICTORIAL RECORD 1840-1990: BLYTH & TYNE PART III
Written by J.A. Wells.
Stock no. 1819681
Published by Northumberland County Library. 1st 1991. Slightly better than very good condition.
Tracing the history and development of a unique branch line in south east Northumberland which was formally recognised as an independent Company by Act of Parliament from 1853 but whose existence can be traced to the Seghill Railway of 1840 and to earlier waggonways along the same route. 100 b/w fascinating photographs record some of its stations, signal boxes, locomotives and stock. Blue pictorial cardwraps. Oblong format. ISBN: 0951302787. Spine faded to light blue and lower edge of spine is bumped.