The Shale Railways of New South Wales

By: Eardley, Gifford H;

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The Shale Railways of New South Wales by Eardley, Gifford H; & Stephens, Eric H
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Australia: Australian Railway Historical Society , 1974. "Gives details of the railways that once served the oil shale industry in New South Wales, including: Hartley Vale, Joadja, Airley, Torbane and Murrurundi, as well as the railway to Newnes." CONDITION Red bds with crisp Black titles (not worn) 241 pages with b/w photo illus, maps and enginerring dwgs, including a fold out panorama of the Newnes Oil Works and a pocket to rear containing a map of the same and engineers dwg of the Shay Locomotive. Previous owners name to ffep. Original DJ is rubbed to edges.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good++. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.

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