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WEYMOUTH TO THE CHANNEL ISLANDS - A GWR SHIPPING HISTORY
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RailwaysAt the Southern end, three stations are separated by two long tunnels (on the south coast line to Eastbourne and Brighton). At Bopeep Junction, our “4-CEP” EMU – in the much lamented “Jaffa cake” colour scheme – turns north through the East Sussex countryside through Battle to Tunbridge Wells, the ... From the series Driver`s Eye Views
Keywords: eastbourne, brighton, bopeep, jaffa, cake, sussex, tunbridge, tonbridge, ashford, dover, folkestone, orpington, commuter, belt, race, maze, cannon, thameslink, hungerford, platform, terminus, width, dinenage
TramsBy the end of 2005 all slam door stock trains will have been withdrawn, we see them being taken over by their modern counterparts, such as the class 375, 377, 444, 450, 460 and the class 458 its self not expected to last long on Southern metal's. We see the last remaining CEP's, CIG's and VEP's ...
Keywords: slam, withdrawn, gatwick, victoria, connex, stagecoach, govia, splash, cannon, shuttle, clapham, holborn, viaduct, snow, thameslink, brighton, sutton, bedford, luton
RailwaysNo. 6024, King Edward I, was one of thirty King class locomotives built by the Great Western Railway to provide superpower for its crack expresses. Named after the Kings of England the most powerful and heaviest 4-6-0s ever built in Britain ruled until 1962 . . . but for No. 6024 the story was ...
Keywords: superpower, crack, 4-6-0s, wessex, royale, stratford-upon-avon, weymouth, melton, mowbray, welsh, oxford, kemble, worcester, homeground, dainton, churston, torre, cornwall, seal, intrude
ModellingBuilding on the huge success and popularity of the Aspects of Modelling series designed primarily for railway modellers, Ian Allan Publishing is now extending the coverage of the series to encompass some of the other most popular hobby modelling areas. The first of these titles looks in detail at ... From the series Aspects of Modelling
Keywords: slot, encompass, hobby, slot, club, hobby, improve, computer, circuit, jackson, slot, clubs, slot
RailwaysA detailed history of the bogie carriages on the 'Brighton Line'. From the grandeur of the Brighton's Royal Train to the every day carriages used on the LB&SC lines, they are all covered here. The story of the LB&SC's overhead electric service and the stock which worked it is also told here. From the series Series X
Keywords: bogie, brighton, bogie, brighton, grandeur, brighton, stroudley, bogie, billinton, bogie, bogie, elliptical-roofed, bogie
RailwaysPicture This Since the first one was published in 1997 The ‘Book Of' series of locomotive studies has developed into something of a library devoted to more and more of the principal BR steam classes. A number of titles have sold out over and over, and have been reprinted or are in the process of ... From the series Book Of The
Keywords: 2-6-0s, swindon, club, lunch, harold, hartley, autumn, bear, destined-to-be, axle, 0-8-0s, boiler, steamer, crab, 2-6-0s, shine, 2-8-0s, 4-6-0s, mogul, sixsmith
RailwaysFor over 20 years, the railway bypassed Bournemouth, but when it did arrive it was the most important event in the town's history. The changes in operating methods, in rolling stock and in station architecture are all fully illustrated and numerous maps help to explain the interesting evolution of ... From the series South Coast Railways
Keywords: bournemouth, weymouth, bournemouth, bournemouth, branksome, dorchester, hamworthy, hamworthy, holton, meyrick, monkton, moreton, parkstone, poole, poole, quay, radipole, upwey, wareham, weymouth, weymouth, wool, dorset
RailwaysThe Abbotsbury branch served a population of under 1000 and was typical of the once numerous quiet rural backwaters of the GWR. The Easton line was unique with its joint ownership, steep gradients and sidings to a multitude of stone quarries. The Quay Tramway has been an unusual feature of the ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: weymouth, abbotsbury, easton, quay, abbotsbury, easton, stone, quay, tramway, weymouth, dorset
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
RailwaysAlthough surrounded by electrified main lines, the branches retained their rural character which is fully portrayed in this album. Herein is ample material to satisfy both the Southern Railway enthusiast and the lover of British Railway's steam branch lines, whilst giving some insight into life in ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: horsham, guildford, shoreham, satisfy, lover, bramber, bramley, brighton, cranleigh, guildford, henfield, horsham, itchingfield, partridge, peasmarsh, rudgwick, shoreham, slinfold, southwater, grinstead
RailwaysA new edition of a very popular title first published in 1976 by OPC and now long out-of-print. The line, originally built to Bridport was extended to West Bay, passenger services were withdrawn to West Bay in 1930. The remainder of the line from Bridport via Powerstock and Toller to Maiden ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: bridport, out-of-print, bridport, withdrawn, bridport, powerstock, toller, newton, bridport, gateway, weymouth, paddington, jackson, tattershall, chronology, dorset
RailwaysTo travel on the Brighton Belle was to travel in style, a style more closely associated with the Orient Express on extended ventures overseas than a journey between London and Brighton that took less than an hour. Businessmen used it, but so too did many people in radio, television and the theatre. ...
Keywords: brighton, belle, brighton, belle, orient, brighton, businessmen, radio, theatre, campaign, mid-1960s, deco, vsoe, pullman, belle, simon, jeffs
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