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RailwaysIn their previous book, The St Andrews Railway the authors set out the history, from inception to closure, of the pioneering branch line that connected the ancient university and golfing town of St Andrews to the outside world. This book continues the story of the East Fife Railways and deals with ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
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RailwaysBorn in Dundee in 1816, by 1840 Sutrrock was involved with Brunel and Gooch in running the Great Western Railway's Locomotive department at Paddington and subsequently in establishing the company's major works and new town at Swindon. Written by his great-great-grandson, Tony Vernon, this intimate ...
Keywords: archibald, sturrock, pioneer, dundee, sutrrock, brunel, gooch, paddington, swindon, great-great-grandson, vernon, biography, sturrock, vernon, scottish, paddington, swindon, swindon, doncaster, citizen, adviser, yorkshire, doncaster, sturrock, sturrock
Buses, Road VehiclesThe Bus Handbook series is published by British Bus Publishing, an independent publisher of quality books for the industry and Bus Enthusiasts. Although this book has been produced with the encouragement of, and in co-operation with, Arriva plc management, it is not an official group fleet list and ... From the series Bus Handbooks
Keywords: arriva, arriva, arriva, scotland, yorkshire, essex, arriva, arriva
RailwaysMartin Atock served as locomotive, carriage and wagon superintendent of the Waterford & Limerick Railway from 1861 until 1872 and of the Midland Great Western Railway for the next 28 years up until 1900. Eminent author on Irish railway matters, Ernie Shepherd, discovered that Martin Atock had ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: atock, attock, martin, atock, superintendent, waterford, limerick, irish, ernie, shepherd, martin, atock, stratford, frederick, ernie, trail, ireland, australia, burma, ceylon, cuba, egypt, malaya, zealand, sudan, venezuela, worthy, frederick, lancashire, yorkshire, newton, manchester, martin, attock, shunter, atock, rocket, australia, rosetta, spacecraft, ernie, shepherd, anglia, limerick, martin, atock, dublin, mgwr, railwaymen, latin, frederick, attock, manchester, tragedy, rift
Aviation, MilitaryAlfie Martin was born at Finaghy, Belfast in 1920. In 1938, like many young men at that time, he was hit by a feeling of patriotism. Forbidden by his mother from joining the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 'it was too dangerous!' in January 1939 he instead joined the Antrim Fortress Company, ...
Keywords: bale, alfie, martin, finaghy, belfast, patriotism, forbidden, mother, volunteer, antrim, fortress, army, belfast, kilroot, helen, magilligan, squadron, pocklington, yorkshire, halifax, bomber, hr663, french-belgian, escape, alfie, martin
RailwaysThis album portrays Banbury and the branch to Bletchley as an illustrated view of the final years. In 1960 the branch appeared, along with many others, as the withering shoots of a railway that had been a part of the Victorian flourish of lines that seemed to reach every corner of the country. To ...
Keywords: banbury, verney, banbury, bletchley, victorian, forestall, railcar, simpson
Railways“The old time people used to say that the Barbados Railway was mentioned in the Bible among the creeping things on Earth”. The Railway opened in 1881 with 3' 6” gauge British locomotives, but under the guidance of E R Calthrop reopened again 17 years later as a 2' 6” gauge line with three types of ...
Keywords: calthrop, baldwin, horsford, first-hand, horsford, bridgetown, andrews, dorothy, boycee, horsford, routledge, america
RailwaysCharles McKean offers new conclusions about why the first Tay Bridge collapsed and follows the rise and fall of the career of engineer Thomas Bouch. HE tells how the Forth and Tay Bridges, the largest bridges in the world eventually became reality. Costing £4 million and constructed by over 5,000 ...
Keywords: 19th-century, mckean, bouch, scotland, victorian, rivet, contractor, arrol, victorian, pursuit, mckean, scotland, bouch, inquiry, bouch, phoenix, warfare, envoi
RailwaysThis book tells for the first time the definitive history of this innovative 15-inch-gauge railway on the Blakesley estate in rural Northamptonshire and the Victorian transport engineering family that created it. The Bartholomew family, although almost unknown today, represented a waterway and ...
Keywords: blakesley, bartholoew, 15-inch-gauge, blakesley, northamptonshire, victorian, bartholomew, waterway, yorkshire, bartholomew, waterway, blakesley, squire, bartholomew, state-of-the-art, america, germany, cagney, heywood, squire, in-house, petrol, steam-outline, squire, death, sussex, fraud, court, spinster, bogie, tebb, blakesley, bartholomew, bartholomew, blakesley, sows, seed, indian, dispersal, saga, blacolvesley, blakesley
RailwaysUsual ‘Book Of' format, with comprehensive history, photographs, every detail variation and change, works histories. The nation's favourite 4-4-0, a splendid Victorian design modernised by the Southern and best remembered for a protracted final fling on the ‘Withered Arm' west of Exeter, out across ... From the series Book Of The
Keywords: 4-4-0s, victorian, exeter, dartmoor, padstow, hornby, derry
Buses, Road VehiclesThe illustrations are comprehensive, beginning with the enterprise and enthusiasm of 1911, through perseverance to a modern well equipped system of a great city. Trolleybuses served faithfully all those years, carrying millions of citizens in comfort and silence on home produced power. Of all the ... From the series Trolleybus Classics
Keywords: bradford, bradford, trolleybus, yorkshire
WaterwaysIn the Victorian era, the name Bradshaw became synonymous with reliable information on travelling the nation's blossoming network of railways. Published in 1904, Canals and Navigable Rivers was the first guide to planning journeys on the inland waterways of England and Wales. Noting bridges, locks, ...
Keywords: bradshaw, victorian, bradshaw, inland, edwardian, decay
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