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RailwaysThis is the story of intense rivalry between the independent railway companies of the Victorian era and their ambitions towards the west of England. The broad gauge Bristol & Exeter Railway, and the Great Western Railway, against the standard gauge London & South Western Railway who were held in a ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: yeovil, victorian, bristol, exeter, stranglehold, exeter, salisbury, yeovil, feasible, impractible, topography, yeovil, yeovil, peak, durston, somerset, weymouth, salisbury-exeter, devon, belle, policy, yeovil, yeovil, jackson, yeovil, race, bristol, exeter, somerset, weymouth, salisbury, yeovil, yeovil, exeter, yeovil, town-yeovil, shuttle, sundry, yeovil, somerset
Trams, Buses, Road VehiclesThe trams of this small system are seen in many views against a background of well known historic buildings or structures. There are also several pictures outside the city centre and a few interesting photographs of the tramway construction are included. The short lived trolleybuses have a section ... From the series Tramway Classics
Keywords: york, tramway, barry, marsden
RailwaysDrivers leaving the M1 at the Tinsley viaduct can still pass the buildings where the Yorkshire Engine Company constructed and repaired locomotives for a hundred years. Founded in 1865, the company outlived many of its competitors and despatched its last locomotives in 1965. Established by a group ...
Keywords: yorkshire, sheffield, manufacturer, tinsley, viaduct, yorkshire, businessmen, archibald, sturrock, sacr, manchester, sheffield, lincolnshire, indian, russia, manufacturer, fairlie, marine, tramway, spite, indian, vernon, failure, hampson, interwar
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