can't put the smell online
January 22, 2011 § 2 Comments
Tagged: automatic car, Dynasphere, electric coaling plant, electricity, greyhound racing, Hams Hall, ironing, lightning, Olympian Train, power station, science books, The Wonder Book of Electricity, transformer, transmission tower, turbine, William Tell
I need this book, it looks amazing! Which edition are these photos from?
I have a copy of this book, which I would be happy to sell. The dust jacket is not in great condition, but the rest of the book is in a good condition given the age, there is some yellowing with age, and the corners of the cover are slightly bent, but given the age the condition is very good. I can’t see a date on it, but others in the series are marked 1929, but it is the edition which includes these photos.
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