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Falconwood Transport and Military Bookshop,opened in 1985,sells secondhand books on Transport (Aviation, Railways, Motoring, Buses, Lorries, Shipping) and Military subjects. We have a retail shop at Falconwood Parade, Welling, Kent, DA16 2PL. Retail Shop is open on Saturdays 9.30am to 5.30pm. Other days by appointment but I will need a few days notice. Proprietor: Andy Doran
Ebay often will say I don't combine postage, normally on buy it now items, but I do, I have spoken to them on several occasions over the last few years but I get told that it should not happen but they will pass it on to their technical department and that's the last I hear of it. If this happens contact me with details of what you want to buy and I'll relist them as a single item, or buy them and I'll refund the excess.
Location: United KingdomMember since: 02 Jan, 2001Seller: pedaller2

Business details

Business name: Falconwood Transport & Military BookshopFirst name: AndrewSurname: DoranAddress: 5 Falconwood Parade, DA16 2PL Welling, United KingdomPhone number: 02083038291Fax number: 020-8303 8291Email:

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p***e (6468)- Feedback left by buyer p***e (6468).
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Excellent thank you very well packaged and swiftly sent A 1 E Bayer many thanks
e***n (351)- Feedback left by buyer e***n (351).
  • Past month
Great item
i***u (2272)- Feedback left by buyer i***u (2272).
  • Past month
Received o.k. Excellent service
r***m (641)- Feedback left by buyer r***m (641).
  • Past month
Excellent seller, but the book needed a bit more protection as was slightly creased on the corner.
c***u (819)- Feedback left by buyer c***u (819).
  • Past month
Highly recommended seller. Many thanks.
m***e (51)- Feedback left by buyer m***e (51).
  • Past month
A nice easy purchase and promptly delivered. Interesting purchase too. Improvements info : The brown duct tape was overkill on an envelope and a manoeuvre to get into and nearly got caught on the 123 year old fragile paper contents. Seriously, No need for duct tape. A couple of bits of sellotape at the edge will do nicely thanks.