Looking for book on Abingdon

Hi all,
I am trying to find a copy of "An Illustrated History of the Abingdon
Branch" published by Wild Swan in 1985 or so. Would anyone have a
direction to point me in? I have been doing searches, but so far have
been unable to find a copy.
Thanks for your help!
Michael
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Michael Carnell
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Try this link,
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it has many online bookshops so you may find what you are looking for, and if you are in the area on Saturday 19th Feb our club is holding its first exhibition of the year
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in the town the book shop does every now and then books on other towns near by.
Ian Gearing
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Ian Gearing
Thanks for the pointer, I will give it a look. Unfortunately I am sure I won't be able to make your club's show as I live in the US. Again, thanks for the pointer!
Michael Charleston, South Carolina USA
Ian Gear> Try this link,
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Michael Carnell
Worth trying here
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or email them snipped-for-privacy@roberthumm.co.uk
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Mick
You could also try contacting Abingdon MRC
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I'm sure they might be able to help, information taken from
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Ian Gearing
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Ian Gearing
Seems to be like hens teeth at present, best to put in a request with some of the specialist second hand dealers.
This one seems more readily available but of course you may already have it:
Mitchell, Vic and Smith, Keith Didcot to Banbury including the Abingdon and Blenheim & Woodstock branches Midhurst, West Sussex Middleton Press, first edition February 2003, Western Main Lines Series Contained in glazed boards are 96 printed pages of text, maps, 120 black and white photographs and numerous other illustrations. The route carries London, Midland, South Coast and local services, together with a variety of freight trains. These are illustrated throughout the ages, together with the two closed branches and several charming intermediate stations A fine hardback copy Price: 10.00 GBP
Other book dealers at
Keith
Make friends in the hobby. Visit Garratt photos for the big steam lovers.
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Keith Norgrove

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