My Little Book Of Trains

My Little Book Of Trains
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Format: Hardback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781784934620
Publisher: QED Publishing
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From underground trains to giant freight trains, and the dawn of the steam age to the world’s most advanced mass transport systems, My Little Book of Trains features all aspects of rail transport.

The development of the train from horse-drawn carriages on tramways to streamlined, space-age machines that hover above their tracks is explained in clear and simple text with a host of fascinating, colourful photographs from two centuries of rail travel.

The author

Rod Green has worked as an editor and author for more than 35 years. He began working on children's magazines and has since written a wide variety of books for children, covering a whole range of subjects from pirates and giant vehicles to unicorns and Santa Claus. Rod lives in Surrey.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781784934620
Size: 9.016 in x 9.016 in / 229 mm x 229 mm
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