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BRANCH LINES TO LAUNCESTON AND PRINCETOWN
RailwaysThe branch lines of Devon were particularly numerous and this second volume on the county covers Plymouth, west and north Devon. They vary from the Turnchapel and Yealmpton commuter lines, to the Exeter and Barnstaple branch, which for many years of its life was a main line, becoming a branch line ...
Keywords: devon, plymouth, devon, devon, plymouth, devon, turnchapel, yealmpton, commuter, exeter, plymouth, gunnislake, princetown, torrington, halwill, 3-foot-gauge, marland, clay, standard-gauge, devon, cornwall, ephemera
RailwaysThe branch lines of Dorset, shared almost equally between the GWR and LSWR, varied from lightly built, rural railways carrying a low volume of traffic, to the Swanage branch, which at times carried main line express locomotives. Fortunately this line has been preserved and can still be enjoyed ...
Keywords: dorset, dorset, lswr, swanage, dorset, weymouth, harbour, tramway, oilfield, easton, landslip, snap, dorset, enrich, court, ephemera
RailwaysThe Exeter-Exmouth branch was the first in south-east Devon and is now the only one to survive. The scenic Tipton St. Johns - Exmouth route was relatively short lived but both had a fascinating variety of stations and rolling stock, all of which are fully illustrated and described. Many unusual ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: exmouth, exeter-exmouth, south-east, devon, tipton, exmouth, troop, devon
RailwaysAll three branches had one thing in common: holidaymakers. The scenery differed in its beauty, but rolling stock varied in its interest. The wayside stations all had their charm and are illustrated in detail, although many disappeared long ago. From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: falmouth, helston, falmouth, helston, cornwall
RailwaysRanking high in popularity rating of GWR branches, these two are illustrated comprehensively and described with great affection. Both were constructed through superb scenery and have enjoyed a rich variety of rolling stock. From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: newquay, chacewater, newquay, blackwater, bugle, chacewater, goonbarrow, goonbell, goonhavern, lappa, luxulyan, newlyn, mithian, hawke, newquay, newquay, harbour, perranporth, perranporth, quintrel, roche, blazey, columb, tolcarn, trewerry, trerice, cornwall
RailwaysAlthough serving contrasting holidays resorts, the two branches had many unique and charming features. The varied rolling stock on local, London and excursion trains is widely illustrated, as are the diverse and historic stations. The development of the Seaton Tramway is also included. From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: seaton, sidmouth, seaton, tramway, devon
RailwaysThis book, covering the final years of steam on Britain's railways, presents a wonderful array of over 200 colour photographs, many of them previously unpublished. All the imagery is reproduced from original transparencies that have remained carefully preserved away from daylight since the day they ...
Keywords: daylight, vividness, devon, somerset, anglia, bristol, bath, dorset, scotland
Buses, Road VehiclesThis unique new title features all the biggest and best events in the British Bus enthusiast's year! Restorations, museum events, special anniversaries, bus preservation rallies and reports on city bus fleets - they're all here! This year's volume naturally includes the celebrations for the ...
Keywords: routemaster, liverpool, cardiff, bournemouth, edinburgh, middlesbrough, wakefield, birmingham, birmingham, sheffield, keighley, tramway, crich
Railways‘British Railways Past and Present' is a nationwide series of books featuring photographs of railway locations taken several decades ago and comparing them with the same scene today. Such is the current pace of change on our railway system that even a few years can reduce a busy and vibrant railway ... From the series British Railways Past and Present
Keywords: gloucestershire, pace, wasteland, up-to-the-minute, run-down, intrigue, gloucestershire, stretton, gloucester, ledbury, gloucester, ex-gwr, gloucester, cheltenham, stow-on-the-wold, moreton-in-marsh, devon
Railways(Description not yet available) From the series British Railways Past and Present
Keywords: birmingham, whitehosue, birmingham, smethwick, galton, norton, longbridge, halesowen, andrews, norton, birmingham, perry, barr, aston, blake, whitacre, birmingham, snow, snow, galton, birmingham, moor, moor, dorridge, warwickshire, tyseley, shirley
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