An Account of the Liverpool and Manchester Railway WITH Report on the Comparative Merits of Loco-Motive & Fixed Engines (*2) WITH Observations on the Comparative Merits of Locomotive & Fixed Engines BOOTH Henry. WALKER James. RASTRICK John U. STEPHENSON Robert and LOCKE Joseph; Publisher: Wales and Baines; John and Arthur Arch; R Wrightson, J Taylor Publish Year: 0 Publish Place: Liverpool: London: Cornhill; Birmingham Illustrator: MULLER. HULLMANDEL. Category: Miscellaneous, Foreign Travel, Antiquarian Book, History, Reference Book No: 007233 Status: For Sale Book Condition: Very Good Size: 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall Jacket Condition: Binding: Hardcover Book Type: Unknown Edition: 1st Edition Inscription: Unknown £2,600.00 Add to Basket Ask a question Refer to a friend Additional information Rare, 4 titles in 1 vol, 7 plates (including 5 folding plans). VG. In contemporary brown calf over blue marbled boards, gilt tooling, edges rubbed. Spine, gilt tooling and titles. Internally,  An account of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway, ND but 1830, 1st ed, frontis, , , 2-104, 4 pls. . Report to the Directors on the Comparative Merits of Loco-Motive & Fixed Engines, by James Walker, 1829, 2nd ed, frontis, , (iv-vii), . , 2-50, 1 pl. . Report to the Directors on the Comparative Merits of Loco-Motive and Fixed Engines, by John U. Rastrick, 1829, 2nd-ed, frontis, , (iv-vii), , , 9-46. . Observations on the Comparative Merits of Locomotive & Fixed Engines by Robert Stephenson and Joseph Locke, ND but 1830, 2nd ed, frontis, , (vi-viii), , 2-83 pp, 1 pl. Ink ownership name to fep Murray Gladstone (1816-1875 Manchester businessman?). (235*145 mm).