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Category: All Categories: Transportation: Nautical: Shipping Lines
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Bonsor, N. R. P. (Introduction by A. C. Hardy)  
North Atlantic Seaway: An illustrated history of the passenger services linking the old world with the new
Publisher: Prescot T. Stephenson & Sons Ltd. (1955).
First printing. Octavo, Full cloth, color frontispiece, black & white plates, xxxii, 639 pages. Condition: Good in a Very Good Dust Jacket. Jacket in Mylar protector.
     A superb reference arranged by passenger line and giving details on some 1, 300 vessels. Illustrations include numerous photographs and 150 silhouettes to scale by J. H. Isherwood. ALBION, p. 39 (starred item). Bound in blue cloth over boards with spine lettered in gilt, endpaper maps. Minimal wear to the book but some light scattered spotting to spine and underside of jacket. Shallow edge wear and a few short tears to jacket. Nautical & Maritime

Appr.: | AUD 67.57 CAD 66.67 EUR 47.17 GBP 39.56 JPY 5,000.00 MXN 833.33 ZAR 714.29 

Purchase direct from: Back Creek Books LLC, ABAA/ILAB. Item number: 9002.
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Melvin Maddocks, Illustrated by: B&W and Color Plates  
The Great Liners

Publisher: Time-Life Books Alexandria, Virginia 1984.
Blue cloth with color paste-down of steamship on cover, colored map endpapers. 174 pages lavishly illustrated with color and B&W plates, as only Time-Life can do them! All in excellent condition except for a faint ripple along top edges of some ending pages, as from dampness. (Appropriate, given the subject.) Fourth N/A Hard Cover Good 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Appr.: | AUD 13.51 CAD 13.33 EUR 9.43 GBP 7.91 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 166.67 ZAR 142.86 

Purchase direct from: The Prints & The Paper. Item number: 1054.
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Slom, A. J. (Aaron J.), fl. 1922-1980.  
The History of the Old Fall River Line.

Publisher: Newport, R.I., 1980, Franklin Printing House.
Pamphlet, 18 p., 8 illus. (steamboats); 27 cm. Founded in 1847, the Old Fall River Line ran passengers, goods, and mail between Fall River, Massachusetts, Newport, Rhode Island, and New York. Completion of a railroad gave stiff competition and the OFRL went out of business in 1937. Stapled in grey printed wraps; spine faded, minor wear; VG with author's ink inscription. stock#2076.

Appr.: | AUD 13.51 CAD 13.33 EUR 9.43 GBP 7.91 JPY 1,000.00 MXN 166.67 ZAR 142.86 

Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: 2076.
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