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RED FOR DANGER: A History of Railway Accidents and Railway Safety Precautions

ROLT, L.T.C.

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London: The Bodley Head, (1955). First Edition. 8vo. Red cloth in pictorial dust jacket. Very good in like DJ. Light rubbing, toning, and edgewear to jacket; small remnant of sticker to front panel; price clipped. Ownership signature to FFEP. Else clean and sharp throughout. 225pp. (Item ID: 21526)

In-depth history of major railway disasters in Britain and subsequent improvements to safety. As the dust jacket puts it, the book makes clear that "these disasters have helped to make our British railway system the safest in the world." Railroadiana.



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