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Black"s road and railway guide to England and Wales

Black"s road and railway guide to England and Wales

containing plans of the principal cities, maps and charts, and a list of hotels.

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Published by Adam and Charles Black in Edinburgh .
Written in English


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Glide through the posh roads and classy streets of England with one of these England road maps. Learn about the country's most interesting sites, hotels, restaurants, shops, tourist attractions and much more. Scale , Size 32"x47". Indexed. Freytag-Berndt edition. This is our best large-scale and most detailed map of England.


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Black's picturesque tourist and road and railway guide book through England and Wales. With a general traveling map; charts of roads, railroads, and interesting localities; engraved views of picturesque scenery; and a comprehensive general index, embracing a list of hotels and inns.

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