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West Sussex Waterways.. P.A.L. Vine, Middleton Press, 1985. 1st Edition. ISBN: 090652024X. 96 pages, 400g. Pictorial laminated Boards FINE. Illustrated with b/w photographs, route maps and drawings. The story of the local waterways from the days of commercial importance, the period of abandonment to the present age of preservation.

The Western Ocean Passenger Line and Liners 1934 - 1969.. Vernon Gibbs, C. R., Brown, Son & Fergusan, 1970. 1st Edition. ISBN: . 185 pages. 400g. Blue cloth boards FINE in a Very Good edge rubbed d/w. Illustrated with b/w photographs.

White Funnel Handbook. P & A Ltd Campbell , P & A Ltd Campbell , . . ISBN: . 32 pages, 55g. Stapled soft card covers FINE. Illustratd with b/w photographs and drawings. No date but c1960s.

The World's Passenger Ships. Worker, Colin, F., Ian Allan LTD, 1967. 1st Edition. ISBN: . 304 pages, 1.26kg. Blue cloth boards with previous owners library plate to front end-paper, so Very Good in a GOOD ONLY rubbed and worn [price-clipped] d/w which has been covered in non-removable clear plastic. Illustrated with b/w photographs. Perhaps one of the most detailed sources of information dealing with passenger liners in service at date of publication, listing around 1300 vessels.

The World's Warships - 1958 reprint of 1st 1955 edition.. Blackman, Raymond V.B., Macdonald , 1958. Reprint. ISBN: . 250 pages plus index. 455g. Oblong format blue cloth boards faded to spine and area. Very Good with small inscription to free end-paper. Illustrated with b/w photographs.

The Wreck of the Abergavenny. Hayter, Alethea, Macmillan, 2002. First edition. ISBN: 0333989171. 223 pages 410g. 8vo. The story of one of Britain's greatest maritime disasters and its links with the poet Wordsworth whose brother was captain of the Abergavenny, and went down with it. Illustrated with b/w plates. Maroon cloth boards. Near MINT in FINE d/w.
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