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Bonanza Books, 1962. Hardcover, with dustjacket, 159 pages in english. Here is the story in word and picture of the Steam Locomotive from "Teakettles" to "Titans", they were the medium that welded together an entire continent with rails of steel. Richly illustrated with pictures in colour and black and white. Mycket rikt illustrerat med mest bilder/foton i svartvitt men även i färg. In a very good condition (skyddsomslaget med ringa slitage, i övrigt är boken i ett närmast perfekt skick).
Multimedia Publications (UK) Ltd / A Kola Book. 1984. 65 s. Inbunden. Förlagets illustrerade pappband. Gott skick. First Edition. A large format hardback in glazed boards featuring the wonderful photography of Colin Garratt all in full colour and covering 64 printed pages. Featuring steam locomotives the World over. A steam locomotive is a locomotive powered by a steam engine. Beginning in Britain, steam locomotives dominated railway usage from the start of the 19th century, until the middle of the 20th Century. They were gradually improved and developed in their over 150 years of development and use. Starting in about 1930 other types of engines were developed and steam locomotives were gradually superseded by diesel and electric locomotives.
Martin Wallace's new train game will be published by Mayfair. The game is of the same family of rail games as Age of Steam and Railroad Tycoon, both previous games designed by Wallace. The game plays very similarly to Age of Steam but with modifications to some of its mechanics and artwork. Tracks for income, train level, etc. are all printed on the board around the map such that alternate maps can be overlaid on the board and the necessary tracks will still be able to be used.
Hej, När Jag fyllde 30 fick jag ett presentkortSteam värt €50. Detta säljer jag nu för 400kr. (köpt via Gamestop så originalkvitto medföljer där koden står) Någon intresserad? //Micke