The Grand Crimean Central Railway, by Brian Cooke

The Grand Crimean Central Railway. The railway that won a war.
Brian Cooke

An account of one of the most extraordinary railways ever built.
During the war, when the British Army organisation collapsed, a civilian workforce of railway engineers and navies went to Balaklava and in a few short weeks built a railway that supplied the Army and was to play a crucial part in the course of the war. This book is a detailed picture of the railway – one of the little known features of the Crimean War and of the remarkable men who built and operated it.

Paperback. Very good condition.

180 pages
Black and white photographs and illustrations
139 mm x 213 mm (approx. 5.25 in x 8.3 in)
1997, Cavalier House, Knutsford

£5.00

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Additional information

Weight .6 kg
Dimensions 30 × 18 × 3 cm