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Peter's Railway The Great Train Robbery
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Peter's Railway The Great Train Robbery

Price: £2.99

Published by Christopher Vine

ISBN : 9 781908 897053

Written by Christopher Vine

Condition: Excellent (New)

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The children foil a terrible plot and cause destruction!
An adventure on the farm railway.
Peter, Harry and Kitty foil a terrible robbery and catch the dangerous villains. Their methods are brave and unconventional, causing much damage and enjoyable mayhem…
The book explores how they have protected the railway, including a home-made burglar alarm. This is put to the test in the story and is also explained in a simple technical page.
At the end of the adventure the children are presented with a huge reward!
Age range 6 to 12 years.
Paperback, 48 pages with 12 watercolour pictures.
Introduction page from the book:
Peter and Grandpa’s little steam railway originally ran across the farm between their houses and the village of Yockletts. But recently, (Peter’s Railway Hits the Jackpot, Book 5), they have extended the railway, by five miles, to Oaksted village.
The new line includes a bridge over the River Wye and a long and curving tunnel under Gorse Hill, not far from Peter’s house.
This story is an adventure set on their miniature railway.

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