The North British Locomotive Company (Amberley)

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An illustrated history of the North British Locomotives Company. Created in 1903 by the amalgamation of Dübs & Co, Sharp Stewart and Neilson Reid, the NBL became renowned worldwide as the largest locomotive builder in the British Empire, exporting its products all over the world. Ranging from tiny tank engines to Beyer-Garratts, their products covered steam locomotives of every gauge. However, joining the market for diesel and electric traction production resulted in the company going into liquidation in 1962. 180 colour and black & white photographs and illustrations. 96 pages. Published 2018. Original Price £14.99

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