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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
Railways125 is the story of Britain's High Speed Train. Starting with the prototype we follow the fortunes of the fleet over the 30 years since introduction through to current operations in 2006 and discover how they revitalised rail travel in Britain. Fantastic footage, interesting graphics and in-depth ...
Keywords: graphics, in-depth, stockton, darlington, ecml, paddington, morpeth, welwyn, garden, edinburgh, trent, police, paddington, merlin, virgin, gner, tangerine, gner, kingâąs, inverness, virgin
Railways60 Fade-Away is the story of the Brush-built Class 60 in the 21st Century, profiling the fleet and its varying fortunes since the start of the new millennium. 72 minutes of fantastic action coupled with an informative script brings you the whole story. Highlights include: 60100 at Stafford ...
Keywords: fade-away, fade-away, brush-built, millennium, stafford, liverpool, ironbridge, bromsgrove, steel, margam, beeston-cardiff, scrap, steel, slabs, longbridge, cumbrian, pathfinder, tyne, railtour, metropolis, meanderer, lickey, railtour, anglia, railtour, grangemouth, buxton, lime, llanwern, gypsum, dent, gypsum, eastleigh, lime, santon, lime, carlisle, stone, edale, peak, welwyn, garden, lafarge, self-discharge, bullet, china, clay, china, clay, newton, abbott, morpeth, alcan
RailwaysForming part of the last main line between the Midlands and London, this route had unique characteristics that only the great Central Railway could bestow. Other unusual lines to be fully illustrated are the Wotton Tramway and the Aylesbury & Buckingham line to Verney Junction. From the series Midland Main Lines
Keywords: aylesbury, rugby, brill, tramway, bestow, wotton, tramway, aylesbury, buckingham, verney, aylesbury, rugby, brill, verny, ashenden, banbury
RailwaysThe North of England Open Air Museum at Beamish, County Durham, operates in two time zones, 1825 and 1913, to relive the achievements of the North East in an enjoyable but historically accurate way. The museum is now 40 years old and the continued development of the rail transport collections is ... From the series Great Railway Eras
Keywords: beamish, waggon, beamish, durham, darsley, paul, jarman, beamish, tramway, pockerley, waggon, hint
TramsA complete listing of all books, periodical articles and other papers published since 1861 to 2009 with tramways and light rail schemes in Britain and Ireland as their subject forms the content of this publication. Publications concerning all aspects of tramways, including legislation and ...
Keywords: irish, ireland, tramway, croft, chronology, memorabilia
RailwaysThe story of the Bideford, Westward Ho! & Appledore railway is not the traditional tale of the construction of a new railway. It has many of the usual ingredients – difficulties in raising capital and buying land, protracted negotiations regarding Parliamentary approval, and contractor troubles. ...
Keywords: bideford, westward, appledore, bideford, westward, appledore, contractor, harbour, spite, council, westward, appledore, garner, gardner, westward, bideford, hartland, devon
Buses, Road VehiclesBolton's buses and trams were always well turned out in the municipal livery. Bus operation began early, trams finished in 1947, but the undertaking made its mark in the Bennett era with innovative and trend setting designs and liveries. Well researched and illustrated by Harry Postlethwaite the ... From the series Portfolio
Keywords: bolton, bolton, municipal, postlethwaite, horse, postlethwaite, tramway, tognarelli, inter-urban, freeman, star, bolton, tramway, wartime, post-war, diamond, jubilee, wind, atlantean, manchester, bolton, bolton, bolton, north-east
RailwaysAs a very small boy Peter Coster could remember a little of his first railway book. It had a title something like The Boy's Book of Trains and, like his contemporaries, he would pore over the pages of British, European and Transatlantic trains, becoming almost word perfect. One illustration stood ... From the series Book Of The
Keywords: pacifics, coster, pore, lner, wood, rake, echelon, lner, wasn, didn, coster, streamliner, post-war, triumph, portfolio, jubilee, stoke
RailwaysThe sum of all the books ever published on the Great Northern Railway from Kings Cross to Doncaster, its successors the LNER, then the Eastern Region of British Railways, and now including Railtrack and Network Rail, together with the engineers and their locomotives, if laid end to end, would take ...
Keywords: doncaster, lner, railtrack, internet, heritage, skill, hindsight, doncaster, welwyn, garden, coster, terminus, holloway, holloway-finsbury, finsbury, finsbury, park-wood, wood, hatfield, welwyn, garden
RailwaysThe branches formed part of a cross country route, which served both agriculture and industry. Part of it also carried London commuters, long before the word was introduced here. The sections were always operated by different organisations and thus we can enjoy great variety of rolling stock and ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: leighton, buzzard, hatfield, agriculture, woodward, ayot, chaul, harpenden, hatfield, leighton, buzzard, luton, bute, luton, stanbridgeford, welwyn, garden, wheathampstead
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