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RailwaysCharles Benjamin Colett was a skilled production man who, outside of the railway environment, was very much an introvert. However, he was most certainly capable of working closely with others, but he selected those in key positions under him carefully and made sure they followed his line of ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: colett, introvert, churchward, churchward, swindon, rose, humble, draughtsman, communicator, churchward, biography, chacksfield, castle, tragedy, 4-4-0s, 4-6-0s, swindon, churchward
RailwaysToday it is hard to believe that a railway once ran by the secluded banks of the Cairn water, which flows between the village of Moniaive and Dumfries. But the Cairn Valley Light Railway did exist, although like many other rural branches it was short lived, opening in 1905 and closing barely 45 ... From the series Locomotion Papers
Keywords: cairn, cairn, village, cairn, lorry, terminus, trim, village, galloway, edinburgh, fertile, out-of--the-way, cairn, glasgow, victorian, village, storv, kirkpatrick, glencairn, memorandum, thornhill, cairn, scotland
RailwaysWe complete the route of the 3-hour expresses into Glasgow resuming our journey over the former 'Caley' main line at Perth with 1960s shed and station scenes. Every station between Perth and Gartcosh is illustrated using an amalgam of cine film, historic photographs, 'then and now' scenes and maps ... From the series Video Library
Keywords: caledonian, perth, glasgow, stirlingshire, 3-hour, glasgow, caley, perth, perth, gartcosh, amalgam, stalwart, stuart, lner, caprotti, dundee, britannias, clan, dunblane, cocktail, stirlingshire, coalfield, larbert, abandon, caley, clackmannan, alloa, brace, j37s, queen, anachronism, alloa, alloa, larbert, caledonian, grangemouth, larbert, falkirk, greenhill, bonnybridge, caley, bogie, caley, denny, greenhill, cumbernauld, gartcosh, balornock, buchanan, caledonian, aberdeen, glasgow, 3-hour, perth, planet, dundee, kingfisher, grampian, eagle, gresley, granite, caley, lner, jubilee, caprotti, britannias, blackford, dunblane, bannockburn, plean, larbert, diverge, wemyss, falkirk, nows, alloa, grangemouth, denny, caley, alloa, queen, thirsk, alloa, brace, j37s, alloa, alloa, larbert, caley, grangemouth, larbert, greenhill, bonnybridge, caley, bogie, denny, glasgow, greenhill, cumbernauld, greenfoot
Buses, Road VehiclesFollowing the success of volume 1, Paul Carter now looks at events after 1950, when passenger loadings declined after the post-war peak. Cambridge 2 describes the fortunes of Eastern Counties, Cambus, the neighbouring large operators and the local independents through the tranquil 1950s, swinging ... From the series Super Prestige
Keywords: cambridge, paul, post-war, peak, cambridge, cambus, tranquil, turbulent, run-up, paul, cambridge
OtherWith a foreword by Rt. Hon. Ann Widdecombe, this is a thought-provoking analysis of the history, ethics, and methods of capital punishment in Britain. Capital punishment has played its part as the ultimate judicial penalty in the UK for centuries. Often a graphic exercise in physical mutilation, it ...
Keywords: widdecombe, ethics, plight, death, violent, women, death, gallows, hung, mortem, macabre, darker, justice, clark, tudor, treason, stake, witchcraft, scottish, witchcraft, halifax, gibbet, scottish, tyburn, tree, children, dock, mortem, inter-war, post-war, homicide, death, hangmen, women
Other, Railways, WaterwaysSome of the richest copper mines in the United Kingdom, a rare Cornish canal and a railway uniquely engineered to convey the minerals by gravity combine to make a fascinating story. The wealth bought by copper, as well as by tin and granite, extracted from this corner of Bodmin Moor, built the ...
Keywords: caradon, looe, copper, cornish, convey, copper, granite, bodmin, moor, liskeard, harbour, looe, caradon, copper, looe, victorian, directoin, moor, chronology, –copper, caradon, byelaws, borlase, aropund, caradon, cornwall
RailwaysCarrying coals to Newcastle has long been proverbially regarded as a pointless exercise, but nevertheless virtually all the coal which came from Newcastle and Tyneside had to be carried to the River Tyne itself before it could be exported. The waggonways and railways which carried the coal to the ... From the series Locomotion Papers
Keywords: dunston, newcastle, newcastle, tyne, tyne, dunston-on-tyne, dunston, whickham, pontop, tanfield, durham, victorian, mid-20th, energy, tanfield, beamish, wooden, waggonway, newcastle, carlisle, dunston, derwenthaugh, l9th, dunston, lner, north-eastern
RailwaysCastleman's Corkscrew was the sobriquet given to the Southampton & Dorchester Railway because of its circuitous route, partly dictated by the principal towns of the period and the restrictions placed upon its route through the New Forest. Originally conceived as a railway between Southampton and ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: castleman, corkscrew, bournemouth, castleman, corkscrew, sobriquet, southampton, dorchester, southampton, dorchester, westward, exeter, weymouth, castleman, feasible, southampton, poole, weymouth, wimborne, poole, bournemouth, somerset, dorset, bournemouth, southampton, dorchester, ringwood, christchurch, bournemouth, poole, bournemouth, bournemouth, sway, bournemouth, weymouth, dorset, bournemouth, wimborne, dorset, lymington, hamworthy, railwaymen, victorian, jackson, castleman, dorset, politics, dorset, somerset, dorset, poole, bournemouth, ringwood, christchurch, bournemouth, southampton, dorchester, bournemouth, victorian, victorian, weymouth, dorchester, tramway, poole, harbour, tramway
RailwaysMost of the route formed the main line of the much admires Midland & South Western Junction Railway, but it went into decline following its takeover by the GWR, its longstanding rival. Both eras are extensively illustrated, as is the period of terminal decline overseen by British Railways. From the series Country Railway Routes
Keywords: cheltenham, andover, tidworth, takeover, andover, andoversford, andoversford, dowdeswell, blunsdon, charlton, chedworth, cheltenham, leckhampton, cheltenham, lansdown, cheltenham, malvern, chetlenham, chiseldon, chiseldon, camp, cirencester, watermoor, collingbourne, collingbourne, kingston, cricklade, foss, grafton, burbage, knoll, lansdown, ludgershall, marlborough, moredon, ogbourne, rushey, platt, savernake, cerney, swindon, tidworth, weyhill, withington, warwickshire, gloucestersire, hampshire
RailwaysJim Connor takes us on a tour of four City lines. Two have closed, one is going to close, and the East London is going through a great change. Filmmakes capture the emptiness of Broad St. Station, populated only by scraggy pigeons. With scenes in 1984, John Moss takes us on a cab-ride passing ...
Keywords: emptiness, scraggy, moss, cab-ride, dalston, camden, travis, camden, garden, highbury, woolwich, lner, silvertown, tunnel, richmond, pound, farringdon, dmus, suburban, luton, bedford, thameslink, pancras, brunel, tunnel, damp, tube
RailwaysVHS Cassette (also available as DVD Video ). Designed specifically for operating through the Channel Tunnel with freight and passenger workings, the power and engineering sophistication of these locomotives sets them apart from all previous locomotive designs. The testing of Class 92s in ...
Keywords: tunnel, czechoslovakia, austria, calais, moor, folkestone, crewe, tunnel, berlioz, crewe, carlisle, kingmoor
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