COLBRAN’S NEW GUIDE FOR TUNBRIDGE WELLS, being a full and accurate description of the wells and its neighbourhood within a circuit of nearly twenty miles, and notices of the London and Dover Railway; illustrated with plates, wood engravings, Etc. Of most of the principal places. [Second edition.]. By James Phippen.
Tunbridge Wells: Printed and Published by J. Colbran, Booksellers, etc. High Street; May also be had at the Libraries. London. A. H. Baily and Co., Cornhill, No date [circa 1845/6]. x, 353, [1 ad’]; 4 Addenda; 28 ad’s pages. Illustrated with a folding map with hand-colouring; 7 engraved plates and some wood-engravings. Original cloth gilt. 198 x 120 mm. A very good and clean copy. The date can be deduced from the 4 page Addenda which announces the opening of the branch line of the London and Dover Railway from Tunbridge to Tunbridge Wells on the 19th September, 1845.