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Titolo: TROLLEY SPARKS; VOLUME 2, NUMBER 1
Casa editrice: Central Electric Railfans Association (C.E.R.A.), Chicago
Data di pubblicazione: 1945
Legatura: Large sheet
Edizione: First edition, first printing
Published December 1945. 4 pages, including covers, with photographs and article "The Street Railway Post Office System of St. Louis" by Earl Moore. Disbound from privately bound hardcover which contained a number of other traction titles. Shows stitching holes and binder holes along left side of page. Previous owner stamped page numbers on the upper corners. An attractive, near fine copy. Codice inventario libreria 35385
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