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Railways56 Fade-Away is the story of Class 56 in the 21st Century and looks at how the fleet and its fortunes have declined since the arrival of the new millenium. 71 minutes of fantastic action coupled with an informative script and on-screen graphics bring you the whole story. Highlights include: ...
Keywords: fade-away, fade-away, millenium, on-screen, graphics, tyne, ecml, barnetby, orton, newport, leamington, church, fenton, middlesborough, steel, thirsk, steel, stocksfield, steel, steel, carlisle, doncaster, newport, melton, ross, ketton, plasmoor, potash, dock, scrap, scottish, atlancaster, warwick, whitchester, leamington, tame, heighington, marston, coleshill, dawlish, steeton, tutbury, galas, severn, nymr, fertis, maxey
AviationAir France is one of the world's great airlines. It is a French institution with its own unique style, part of the fabric of the country and well as being the national flag carrier. This history of Air France, published in the year of the 75th anniversary of its foundation, is as much a slice of ...
Keywords: flag, slice, take-over, airline, mileage, stake, havilland, comet, viscount, caravelle, airline, concorde, airline, airline, overt, flag, culture, hubs, paris, gaulle, lyon, airline, concorde, upheaval, cityjet, brit, skyteam, a380
RailwaysThe scenic splendour of the West Highland's of Scotland is without question best viewed from the comfort of a train, the rugged terrain forcing a saw-tooth gradient profile as the rails round mountainous contours high above innumerable lochs, often well away from any road. Today the fantastic ...
Keywords: highland, scottish, highland, scotland, saw-tooth, callander, oban, highland, craigendoran, clyde, fort, mileage, mallaig, caledonian, highland, caley, arch, crianlarich, crianlarich, dunblane, killin, ballachulish, highland, sympathy, highland, highland, quine, caledonian, oban, highland, callander, oban, crianlarich, oban, magnay, scotrail, moreover, token, radio, banavie, signalman, clan, brander, connel, ferry, ballachulish, cantilever, highland, grahame, maxton, railtrack, fort, fort, signalbox, radio, oasis, semaphore, fort, panel, banavie, caledonian, fort, nerve, highland, signalmen, overlook, craigendoran, crianlarich, oban, fort, mallaig, jacobite, fort, mallaig, highland, kirk, star, glenfinnan, highland, glenfinnan, guard, jacobite, dooley, mallaig, scotland
MaritimeP. & A. Campbell Ltd of Bristol, registered as a Limited Company in 1893, was destined to not quite make its century as the operator of the celebrated White Funnel Fleet of passenger steamers. As the postwar fleet waned in the 1950s profits dwindled and receivership beckoned. Remarkably, a new ...
Keywords: balmoral, bristol, campbell, bristol, funnel, postwar, campbell, hovercraft, cross-channel, partnership, belgium, heritage, quartet, campbell, flag, bristol, funnel, irish, south-east, balmoral, devon, lundy, campbell, pattern, excursion-steamer, paddler, waverley, prince, ivanhoe, westward, balmoral, devonia, funnel, bristol, trillo, earlierc, lyde-built, paddle-steamer, waverley, severn, bristol, exmoor, devon, pembrokeshire, campbell, tedstone
RailwaysHardback (also available as Softback volume ). Of the many cross-country branch lines which have received the attention of photographers and historians, the Banbury & Cheltenham has remained one of the most mysterious and elusive. Yet anyone familiar with the line and its modest stations will be ...
Keywords: banbury, cheltenham, banbury, kingham, cross-country, banbury, cheltenham, single-bore, crews, cross-country, banbury, kingham, bristol, birmingham, cheltenham, banbury-kinggham, autocar, sutton, adderbury, milton, bloxham, council, hook, norton, rollright, norton, sarsden, churchill, kingham
RailwaysNow more than 150 years old, the route has carried a wide range of traffic types including long distance expresses, local residential services and freight of all types. All these are extensively illustrated, along with the varied architectural styles employed at the stations, many of which vanished ... From the series Western Main Lines
Keywords: banbury, birmingham, banbury, birmingham, moor, birmingham, snow, bordesley, cropredy, dorridge, fenny, compton, hatton, lapworth, leamington, olton, oxfordshire, ironstone, solihull, southam, harbury, tyseley, warwick, warwick, parkway, widney, manor
Maritime, RailwaysAlmost a century has elapsed since the Barry 'Red Funnel Line' steamers disappeared from the Bristol Channel excursion scene, and although Barry Pier has gone, as has the railway that served it, the remains are yet visible, and so the memory of the handsome fleet of paddle-steamers that were based ... From the series Series X
Keywords: barry, barry, funnel, bristol, barry, visible, barry, stimulus, funnel, bristol, paddle-steamer, upstart, walian, barry, barry, bristol, steamship, parent, barry, campbell, bristol, funnel, excursion-steamer, bristol, barry, export, traffics, coalfield, export, barry, funnel, campbell, excursion-steamer, bristol, campbell, funnel, taff, devon, somerset, cardiff, penarth, funnel, campbell, supremacy, bristol, barry, barry, barry, barry, tunnel, barry, lock, barry, barry, steamship, campbell, bristol, barry, funnel, barry, barry, barry, barry, barry, head-on, funnel, high-profile, funnel, bristol, campbell, barry, pontoon, tedstone, barry, barry, steamship, barry, quit, cardiff, bristol, barry, funnel, glamorgan
RailwaysThe line was one of the extremes: from the classical splendour of the Batch Green Park station to the minute and grimy terminus at Bristols St. Philips and from the peace of the Avon valley to the coalfields and industries of the Bristol area. Firmly in the steam era, the route once had a spacious ... From the series Country Railway Routes
Keywords: bath, bristol, grimy, terminus, peace, avon, bristol, mangotsfield, bath, bitton, bristol, wharf, bristol, barrow, bristol, barrow, bristol, barton, bristol, kingswood, bristol, bristol, bristol, kelston, mangotsfield, oldland, warmley, weston, bath, bath, terminus, bath, weston, bath, weston, kelston, bitton, bitton, warmley, mangotsfield, kingswood, bristol, barrow, avon, somerset
OtherBath Stone Quarries is a comprehensive photographic record of the Bath stone industry from the mid-Victorian period to the present day. Its scope includes not just the surviving underground relics of the industry but also the surface tramways, loading wharfs and cutting yards associated with it. ...
Keywords: bath, stone, subterranean, bath, stone, bath, stone, mid-victorian, wharfs, wartime, post-war, peacetime, westwood, limpley, stoke
Trams, Road VehiclesClassic tramcars once graced the streets of historic Bath and provided speedy transport for residents of such areas as Bathford, Combe Down, Newton St. Lee, Weston, Twerton and Oldfield Park. From the series Tramway Classics
Keywords: bath, bath, bathford, combe, newton, weston, twerton, oldfield, davey, paul, welland, bathford, guildhall, combe, guildhall, newton, oldfield, guildhall, twerton, guildhall, weston, bath
Trams, Road VehiclesA history of Bath's trams from 1880 to 1939. Bath's first trams were horse-drawn and the service was inaugurated in 1880. The electric trams were introduced in 1904, the system was to survive until 1939. Detailed maps of the routes operated are included. There are dedicated chapters covering ... From the series Locomotion Papers
Keywords: bath, bath, bath, horse-drawn
RailwaysThis book complete a series of six titles from Runpast Publishing which have looked in some depth at the important Midland Railway cross-country route from Bristol and Bath via Birmingham and Derby to Leeds, from the earliest days through to the end of BR steam and sometimes beyond
Keywords: birmingham, derby, runpast, cross-country, bristol, bath, birmingham, derby, pixton, birmingham, birmingham, orton, orton-whitacre-kingsbury, hampton, kingsbury-tamworth-barton, walton, branson, junction-burton, trent-repton, willington, stenson, junction-derby, derby, mileage
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