A story of stations: the architecture of Victoria’s railways in the Nineteenth Century / by Andrew Ward.

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A detailed history of the architects of railway stations and lines in Melbourne and regional Victoria between the 1850s to 1900); beginning with the private railway companies, then focusing on the work by architects within the Department of Railways Engineer-in-Chief’s branch. Includes photographs (black and white, and colour), portraits, maps, illustrations, and architecture designs, and an index.

A story of stations : the architecture of Victoria’s railways in the Nineteenth Century / by Andrew Ward.
Author: Ward, Andrew, (author.)
Published Williamstown, Victoria : Australian Railway Historical Society Victorian Division Inc., [2019]
Copyright © 2019.
Content Types: still image, text
Carrier Types: volume
Physical Description: ix, 337 pages : illustrations (some colour), maps, portraits ; 23 x 23 cm. (Hardback)
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 317-327) and index.
Language: English

Weight 1.26 kg
Dimensions 23 × 23 cm

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