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
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
RailwaysThis is a Haynes Manual with a difference. Published in association with The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust, it explains the construction, operation and maintenance of 60163 Tornado, the new steam locomotive that attracts huge crowds wherever it appears. Based on the LNER Peppercorn Class A1 design, of ...
Keywords: tornado, workshop, tornado, lner, peppercorn, tornado, peppercorn, suit
RailwaysA tour by steam the length & breadth of Britain featuring: 34067 ‘Tangmere' 5029 ‘Nunney Castle' 70013 ‘Oliver Cromwell' Black 5 45407 Black 5 45231 61994 ‘The Great Marquess' 60009 ‘Union of South Africa' Lineside Locations include The Devon Banks - The ‘North & West' - Shap - Beattock - ...
Keywords: tangmere, nunney, castle, cromwell, marquess, africa, devon, shap, beattock, drumochter, slochd, highland, kyle, inverness, aberdeen
RailwaysThe Definitive Archive History of Great Western Steam from grouping through to the preservation era using, mainly, film unpublished on DVD. Volume 3 traces the development of steam from 1970 through the return of main line steam and then into a new century. The programme comprises: Severn Valley ...
Keywords: severn, twyford, tyseley, winston, dart, marlow, kingswear, newport, pendennis, castle, cookham, manor, shildon, cavalcade, somerset, pendennis, castle, australia, paddington, rainhill, rocket, star, didcot, newport, swindon, truro, cambrian, cholsey, nunney, castle, gloucs, dawlish, metropolitan, lickey, merehead, quarry, castle, shap
RailwaysBuilt by the enterprising Metropolitan Railway, these lines developed as a result of its active creation of “metro-land”. Starting as small rural halts, many stations are illustrated during their rapid traffic growth period when some still had coal yards. The change in rolling stock and traction is ... From the series London Suburban Railways
Keywords: uxbridge, stanmore, metropolitan, metro-land, dollis, eastcote, finchley, harrow-on-the-hill, hillingdon, ickenham, kilburn, kingsbury, marlborough, neasden, northwick, queensbury, ruislip, ruislip, manor, stanmore, wood, swiss, cottage, uxbridge, wembley, hampstead, harrow, willesden
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
Road VehiclesIn his new book, well-known London cabbie Alf Townsend tells us the complete story of the black cab, from its origins at the time of Oliver Cromwell to the brand new taxis which now grace the capital's streets. This light-hearted romp through the world of 'the knowledge', the vehicles, the streets ...
Keywords: well-known, cabbie, cromwell, taxis, romp, juicy, must-have, icon, horse-drawn, taxis, heathrow, cabbie
Trams, Road VehiclesFeatures: The 1985 Cavalcade; The Fleetwood 1998 Parade; Visiting Tramcars; Hong Kong Cars for Birkenhead; a Boat in San Francisco; Royal Christening of Princess Alice; Works Cars.
Keywords: blackpool, cavalcade, fleetwood, parade, hong, kong, birkenhead, francisco, princess, alice
RailwaysUsing top quality colour images, this book chronicles the Bluebell Railway's development and progress from humble beginnings to the world-renowned tourist attraction it is today. It will rekindle cherished memories of the Bluebell's early years for older people and provide a fascinating insight ...
Keywords: bluebell, bluebell, humble, bluebell, welch, lswr, caledonian, freehold, sheffield, sheffield, bulleid, 21c123, blackmore, barry, scrap, grinstead, grinstead, buffet, sheffield, shuttle, farm, kingscote, terminus, metropolitan, children, workshop, princess, woodpax
RailwaysLittle that is wholly new remains to be said concerning any major class of British steam locomotive, though of course there is still a lot to celebrate and illustrate. A similar point was made in the five preceding books of this series- The Book of the BR Standards, The Book of the Coronation ... From the series Book Of The
Keywords: pacifics, pacifics, princess, pacifics, navy, pacifics, pacifics, derry, pacifics, mishap
RailwaysThe varied architecture and the diverse train formations are extensively illustrated in this volume, as is the scenic beauty of the route. The successful return to steam of the southern half of the 14-mile branch from Newton Abbot is portrayed in depth From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: kingswear, 14-mile, newton, abbot, devon
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