Very thorough with many very high quality photos, and comprehensive text, and a good read.
Deeply-researched study of all NSW tram systems incl. cable + steam. Pub. 1992. Colour cover. 100s of B&W photos.
one very good condition
one as new very fine condition
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The definitive work on the NSW government tram operation in Sydney Newcastle and Broken Hill
Volume Two deals with electric tramcars of the early 20th century from 1903 to 1908
The N H J K M classes are described in very great detail: mechanical, electrical, fleets, builders etc.
Photos show the later history of each class, up to withdrawal
Many maps and diagrams, period ads from tram builders and parts suppliers: e.g. The Peacock Brake Company !
by Ken McCarthy and Norm Chinn. published 1968 by SPER
200 pages, approx. 100 photos al B&W
In Very Fine Condition
A precious historic reference
48 pages in Full Colour
published by SPER
A full history illustrated with a colour photograph of every exhibit held in the collection of the Tramway Museum at Loftus NSW
Also included is a short history of the classes of trams operate3d by NSW Tramways, with B&W photos of the older classes at work as far back as the 1886 cable cars
There is a full index giving a table of detail about every car: its builder, dimrensions, seating, specifications, years built.
A valuable historical resource, deeply researched
An absorbing well-researched tour of all Australian tram systems. A must for tramway historians and enthusiasts.
Not a coffee table book, despite its very wide coverage. All systems are described in considerable detail.
First edition Dreamweaver books 1983
over 200 photos, all B&W
The book is in Very Fine condition, no damage. As new.