New South Wales Railways passenger cars (loco-hauled) by John G. Beckhaus

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Published by Southern Cross Model Railway Association in [Lakemba, N.S.W.] .

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  • New South Wales


  • Railroads -- Australia -- New South Wales -- Passenger-cars.

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Statementcompiled by John C. Beckhaus.
ContributionsSouthern Cross Model Railway Association.
LC ClassificationsTF455 .B37
The Physical Object
Pagination34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5274251M
LC Control Number71574324

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