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Telling The Passenger Where to Get Off: George Dow and the Evolution of the Railway Diagrammatic Map Hardcover – 1 Aug 2005
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Published In 2005 : 1st. Edition : Capital Transport / Fastline Books : Large Quarto Format : No D / J : Matt Glazed Pictorial Boards : Tiny Bump To The Front Cover + The Usual Faint Face Rubbing : Otherwise , As New Throughout : Overall, A Very Nice Book : Buy With Complete Confidence With Amazon's Excellent Refund & Returns Policies + SAPPHIRE'S Famed 24 HR. UK & International Shipping ( AT NO EXTRA UK CHARGE ) Guarantee :
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6 June 2008
An affectionate history and description of the development stretching over 25 years, by the author's father, of diagrammatic maps for the LNER and, later, British Rail. Well illustrated. Dow was, perhaps, less well known for his map design than was Beck in relation to the London Underground map but anyone with an interest in railway and diagramatic map design should know about both designers.
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