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AviationThis is a comprehensive and definitive work of reference on the Halifax, one of Britain's most famous wartime bombers. Handley-Page has been associated with the building of bomber aircraft since World War 1 and ultimately, no fewer than four out of every ten heavy bombers built in Great Britain ...
Keywords: handley, halifax, hell, halifax, wartime, handley-page, bomber, avro, lancaster, halifax, crews, damage, crews, aircrew, handley, halifax, bomber, merrick, halifax, africa, airborne, post-war
RailwaysOn Saturday 12th April 2008, GB Railfreight sent three of their Class 73 locomotives on a light engine run across Kent from Hoo Junction to Folkestone Harbour. Their novel outing was to help raise money for the Railway Benefit Fund charity through the production of this exclusive cab-ride DVD of ... From the series Wired for Sound
Keywords: harbour, railfreight, kent, folkestone, harbour, novel, cab-ride, kent, kent, higham, rochester, chatham, sittingbourne, faversham, semaphore, canterbury, non-stop, dover, dover, folkestone, folkestone, harbour, crowd, gbrf, terminus, faversham, dover, buckland, stiff, guston, martin, mill, semaphore, faversham, terminus, folkestone, harbour
RailwaysIt is now 50 years since this appalling accident, when on 8th October, 1952, 112 people were killed and 167 passengers were taken to hospital for treatment making it the 2nd most serious railway accident in the United Kingdom. It came about when the overnight sleeping car train from Perth to London ... From the series Series X
Keywords: harrow, wealdstone, accident, accident, overnight, perth, euston, patchy, overran, euston, harrow, wealdstone, sooner, euston, liverpool, manchester, wreckage, harro, wealdston, accident, police, enquiry, wreckage, ministry, inspector, breakdown, inquiry, harrow, wealdstone
Buses, Road VehiclesThe name Ribble Motor Services Ltd was first registered in June 1919. From small beginnings, the company grew to become one of the largest bus operators outside London, dominating much of the north west of England. By 1930 the company's fleet had expanded to over 650 vehicles and, a decade later, ... From the series Heyday of …
Keywords: ribble, ribble, ribble, ribble, liverpool, manchester, carlisle, ribble, standerwick, double-deck, motorway, ribble, ribble, ribble
RailwaysLondon and North Western: a name that excites the imagination and charged the atmosphere with great achievements in the realm of railway enterprise. One of the London and North Western's less fashionable engine sheds forms the background to this work, a shed where there were no household names and ... From the series Reminiscences
Keywords: hillhouse, household, stud, worthy, huddersfield, hillhouse, humour, blood, incident, grandfather, lnwr, hillhouse, fraser, garner, hull, owldam, coddy, kirkburton, dick, crime, bradford, wool, honour, aaron, sharrett, crewe, elson, hillhouse, foremen, hillhouse, lnwr, yorkshire, manchester
OtherAlan McEwen's latest book records over 30 terrifying and horrific boiler explosions occurring in 19th and early 20th century Cotton Mills, Collieries, Ironworks, Bleachworks and several other Industries. This well-researched book, the only one of its kind published in Great Britain for many decades ...
Keywords: boiler, mcewen, cotton, balloon, waggon, cornish, rastrick, lancashire, thunderer, victorian, heritage, dibnah, chimney, textile, maritime
Trams, Road VehiclesThe Fourth, and again physically large, volume whose title is self descriptive. Please see the table of contents and sample page for additional information. From the series History of the British Steam Tram
Keywords: tram, gladwin, manchester, bury, rochdale, oldham, staffordshire, plymouth, devonport, rossendale, rawtenstall, staffordshire, fare, tram
RailwaysThe origins of the Port Talbot Railway & Docks Company can be found in the formation of the Port Talbot Company in 1836 and the construction and development of the first Port Talbot dock under the not always benevolent eye of the landowner, C.R.M. Talbot. Following Mr Talbot's death his daughter, ...
Keywords: talbot, talbot, talbot, talbot, dock, landowner, talbot, talbot, death, charlotte, talbot, improve, dock, margam, glyncorrwg, dock, briton, ferry, glyncorrwg, swmr
RailwaysThis second volume of the railways of Oxfordshire contains Over two hundred photographs, maps, diagrams and timetables, together with an informative text of all the railways in the county south of the City of Oxford. This area, more so than the North of the county is the area of the typical GWR ...
Keywords: oxfordshire, oxfordshire, oxford, didcot, oxford, terminus, wantage, tramway, abingdon, appleford, appleford, aston, aynho, aynho, bedlow, bedlow, chinnor, cholsey, moulsford, wallingford, cowley, culham, didcot, faringdon, horspath, kennington, kingston, lewknor, littlemore, cowley, oxford, princess, risborough, radley, shiplake, taplow, thame, tiddington, towersey, twyford, uffington, wainhill, wallingford, wantage, wantage, wargrave, watlington, wheatley, witney, bruce, coleman, perry, bampton, simpson, simpson
RailwaysHunslet 4-6-0T No.1215 was one of a class of locomotives built to the order of the British War Department for use by what became the Directorate of Light Railways. This organization used 600mm gauge railways to supply the trenches by bridging the gap between the end of the standard gauge railways ...
Keywords: hunslet, veteran, hunslet, 4-6-0t, hunslet, hunslet, peacetime, post-war, scottish, pampas, argentina, oxfordshire, ironstone, palestinian, nepalese, chilean, neat, apedale, heritage, call-up, demob, army, surplus, hunslet, archaeology
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