Three new books – Post strike

DUE TO BELGIUM POST STRIKES, SHIPMENTS WILL START BY 19 NOVEMBER

TRAMANIA PROPOSES :

SPOREN IN DE MODDER (Paul van Heesvelde)

In Dutch language:
WW1 with meter and narrow gauge lines around the Yser river.

120 pages, 20×25 cm, more than 100 illustrations, mainly in B/W.

To order before October 10th ; 25 EUR P&P included for Belgium. Rest of Europe : 33,00 EUR

 

 

 

TRAMWAYS EN WALLONIE (Chr. Buisson) Liège–Verviers–Charleroi

In French language:
Pictures of the Walloon urban networks in the 60’s by the author, completed by some Liège views of J. Bazin,.

Mainly in B/W, 8 pages with colout pictures. 144 pages, 16×23 cm

To order before October 10th ; 25 EUR P&P included for Belgium. Rest of Europe : 33,00 EUR

 

 

 

 

CAROLINE ET MELANIE EN TRAM 1958-1968 (Pierre Meeuwig)

A comic book drawn by Pierre Meeuwig illustrating tramways in Belgium from 1958 to 1968, with wanderings trough time ans space. The book is completed by an interview of the author by Olivier Geerinck

108 pages, A4 siza, in B/W and colour

25 EUR P&P included for Belgium. Rest of Europe : 33,00 EUR

 

 

 

 

BUNDLES to order before Octobre 10th !

MODDER   + WALLONIE 47,00 (Belgique)  60,00 (Europe)
MODDER   + CAROLINE 47,00 (Belgique)  60,00 (Europe)
WALLONIE + CAROLINE 47,00 (Belgique)  60,00 (Europe)
MODDER   + WALLONIE + CAROLINE 70,00 (Belgique)  83,00 (Europe)
The bundles will be send in one shipment, as soon as all books are available

Payments on the account BE41 0001 3319 1710 of Tramania asbl , with an appropriate description

 

 

 

 

 

 

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