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RailwaysIt was a common thing, in the age when railways were being built in the British Isles, for a small line, built to serve a local need with locally-raised money, to progress for a while independently but then to find it necessary to submit to the offers of a larger line and become absorbed into it, ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
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RailwaysThe subject of this book is the 43 miles of railway that linked Norwich (Thorpe) to Wells-next-the-Sea on the North Norfolk coast. The line was opened in stages and had a number of distinct parts; Norwich to Wymondham opened in 1845, and Wymondham to Dereham a year later. Continuation to Fakenham ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
Keywords: wells-next-the-sea, wymondham, dereham, norwich, wells-next-the-sea, norfolk, norwich, wymondham, wymondham, dereham, fakenham, agricultural, situ, novel, walsingham, wymondham, dereham, heritage, mid-norfolk, anglia, monograph, wells-next-the-sea, imprint, walsingham, fakenham, wells-fakenham-dereham-norwich, axis, fakenham, wymondham, wells-next-the-sea, lner, stanley, fakenham, norfolk, lner, norwich, dereham, dereham, walsingham
RailwaysThe social, political, military and cultural history of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries is broadly encapsulated in the names given to British steam locomotives. To understand the origins, significance and meanings of those names is to understand much about the fabric and development of ...
Keywords: lner, jigsaw, puzzle, ecml, persimmon, ronald, matthews, outwith, faraway, mecca, doncaster, tamworth, herbert, daniel, gooch, compendium, hobby, pursuit, baldwin
RailwaysThe extremely stylish V2s designed by Sir Nigel Gresley were initially introduced to handle the LNER's new express parcels service 'Green Arrow' in the 1930s. Designed specifically for high-speed freight services, the locomotives also saw regular duties on passenger trains over much of the LNER ... From the series Working Steam
Keywords: gresley, gresley, lner, arrow, high-speed, lner, lner, ex-gc, marylebone, yorkshire, scotland
RailwaysSome 85 colour illustrations make up this pictorial tribute to the stylish 2-6-0 designs of the GNR and LNER, more than 340 of which were constructed to the designs of Sir Nigel Gresley, Edward Thompson and Arthur Peppercorn. They were to be found all over the network on a wide range of services ... From the series Working Steam
Keywords: lner, 2-6-0s, lner, gresley, peppercorn, mundane, pick-up, semi-fast, waller
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