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KINGSTON AND WIMBLEDON TRAMWAYS WHICH START WITH 'B'
Trams, Road VehiclesBarnet and Finchley and other communities along the Great North Road were once served by efficient, reliable electric trams. Relive a past era of pollution free transport with a wealth of photos, many previously unpublished. Feature: Track construction and maintenance From the series Tramway Classics
Keywords: barnet, finchley, barnet, finchley, harley, barnett, whetstone, finchley, finchley, finchley, archway, bluebell, poppy, blossom, cissie
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
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
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
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
RailwaysBournville is world-renowned both for chocolate from Cadbury's factory and a great social experiment that was to revolutionise the type of housing built for 'working class' people. What is little known, is the part that the siting of the railway and little station played in this story. Without ...
Keywords: bournville, bournville, cadbury, birmingham, gloucester, birmingham, suburban, bournville, cadbury, bournville, village, bournville, bournville
RailwaysAlthough serving contrasting holidays resorts, the two branches had many unique and charming features. The varied rolling stock on local, London and excursion trains is widely illustrated, as are the diverse and historic stations. The development of the Seaton Tramway is also included. From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: selsey, seaton, tramway, hampshire
RailwaysRemembered with affection by local people, the Wisbech & Upwell Tramway followed the course of the Wisbech Canal along the Cambridgeshire and Norfolk county boundary. This album brings to life the history of both tramway and waterway, with many unpublished photographs and a wealth of new historical ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: upwell, wisbech, upwell, tramway, wisbech, norfolk, tramway, waterway, ingram, norfolk
RailwaysThe Wantage Tramway was in reality only a railway from the waist down. It evolved that way, although the directors planned freight carriage from the outset, but tramway status brought many economics. The resulting curious hybrid was photographed by relatively few people, but some fresh pictures ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: wantage, wantage, tramway, wantage, tramway, tramway, economics, hybrid, wantage, wantage, tramway, terminus, wantage, wantage
RailwaysThese rural backwaters carried few passengers, although the scenery was splendid. The many views of short trains and varied architecture are of great appeal. The Ditton Priors branch was short lived, but was unusual in that it was noted for the carriage of tramway setts and naval munitions. From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: cleobury, mortimer, ditton, tramway, naval, aston, botterell, bewdley, burwarton, chilton, cleobury, mortimer, cleobury, cleobury, dettonford, ditton, easton, court, neen, newnham, stottesdon, tenbury, woofferton, wyre
RailwaysStill known as the New Line, the Surbiton to Guildford route was a late comer to the railway map, being only a little over 100 years old. Continuing to be largely a rural line, most of the original architecture survives. This is fully illustrated, as is the evolution of the trains serving this ... From the series Branch Lines
Keywords: effingham, guildford, leatherhead, hampton, court, surbiton, guildford, comer, hampton, court, surrey
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