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GRAND CRIMEAN CENTRAL RAILWAY The Story of the Railway Built by the British in the Crimea During the War of 1854-56

GRAND CRIMEAN CENTRAL RAILWAY
The Story of the Railway Built by the British in the Crimea During the War of 1854-56 
 
The story of the railway built at Balaklava by the British during the Crimean War of 1854-56.
This is the story of one of the most extraordinary railways ever built. During the Crimean War, when the British Army organisation had collapsed, a civilian workforce of railway engineers and navvies went to Balaklava and in a few short weeks built a railway which supplied the Army and was to play a crucial part in the course of the war. This is the first full account of that railway and of the remarkable men who built and operated it. It contains much new material and gives a fascinating and detailed picture of one of the undeservedly little-known features of the Crimean War

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Product Code: 25319
ISBN: 0951588907
Format: Softback 176 pages with B& W illustrations
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Retail Price: £7.00
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