The Grand Junction Railway Companion to Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham

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The Grand Junction Railway Companion to Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham  (1837) 
by Arthur Freeling

The

Grand Junction

Railway Companion

To

Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham;

and

Liverpool, Manchester, and Birmingham

Guide:

Containing

An account of every thing worthy the attention of the traveller upon the line; including a complete description of every part of the rail-road; of the noblemen or gentlemen's seats which may be seen from it; and of the towns and villages of importance in its neighbourhood.

Dedicated (by permission) to the chairman and directors of the Grand Junction Railway Company.

By Arthur Freeling

of

Liverpool:

Published by Henry Lacey, 64, Bold-Street,

and sold by the other booksellers;

Also by Bancks and Co., G. Simms, and J. and J. Thomson, and the other booksellers, Manchester; Wrightson & Webb, and the other booksellers, Birmingham; and Charles Tilt, London.

1837.

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.