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The industrial archaeology of north-east England (the counties of Northumberland and Durham andthe Cleveland district of Yorkshire) by Frank Atkinson

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Published by David and Charles in Newton Abbot (etc.) .
Written in English


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Statementby Frank Atkinson.
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THE INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF NORTH-EAST ENGLAND VOLUME 2 THE SITES. by Frank Atkinson. Published by David & Charles. 1st. Slightly better than very good condition in a very good dustwrapper. Blue boards, gilt title to spine. The counties of Northumberland and Durham and the Cleveland district of Yorkshire. ISBN: Stock no. Frank Atkinson, David & Charles, HB Volume 1, pp Volume 2, pp (the sites) Part of the Industrial Archaeology of the British Isles series. The industrial archaeology of north-east England (the counties of Northumberland and Durham and the Cleveland district of Yorkshire). Vol.2, The sites. Atkinson, Frank, Book. English. Published Newton Abbot (etc.: David and Charles, Available at Middlesbrough Campus. The industrial archaeology of north-east England (the counties of Northumberland and Durham and the Cleveland district of Yorkshire). Vol.1 Atkinson, Frank,

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