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RailwaysBruce Oliver's colour views of steam remained largely unseen until the publication of his first book 'Steam on the Isle of Wight - a Personal Journey' in 2008. Now for the first time we are privileged to view his work on the main line, covering steam in the last five years of operation both from ...
Keywords: waterloo, southampton, bruce, wight, platform, stop-over, eastleigh, bookshelf, bruce
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
RailwaysThis programme views three major rail arteries within the West Riding of Yorkshire at a time when steam traction was an everyday sight. Mirfield depot is the starting point, featuring scenes of the shed yard and passing rail traffic. To the west of Mirfield at Heaton Lodge Jct, the Calder and Colne ... From the series Archive
Keywords: yorkshire, mirfield, mirfield, heaton, calder, colne, yorkshire, lancashire, diverge, huddersfield, colne, four-track, standedge, calder, brighouse, sowerby, burnley, aire, shipley, spur, bradford, forster, manningham, diverge, queensbury, bradford, worth, keighley, skipton, hellifield, pacifics, thames-clyde, settle, clapham, wcml, ribblehead, viaduct, jubilee, yorkshire
RailwaysNow recognised as a World Heritage Site, the ex-Great Western Railway's main line into London (Paddington) station provided one of the great triumphs of the railway age in Britain. In his latest book for Ian Allan Publishing, Kevin McCormack follows on from his highly successful The Southern ...
Keywords: portfolio, heritage, ex-great, paddington, mccormack, portfolio, paddington, mid-1950s, mid-1960s, didcot, bicester, banbury, mccormack
RailwaysThis production covers services from Paddington since 1975, when loco haulage was the norm. There are scenes of the last days of operations of the ‘Western' class diesel hydraulics, and a proliferation of class 31's 47's and 50's. Suburban class 117 and 122 DMU's are also much in evidence, as well ...
Keywords: paddington, haulage, norm, hydraulics, suburban, birmingham, wycombe, greenford, windsor, marlow, windsor
RailwaysThe Wigan Branch Railway was a relatively short branch line from Parkside, where a connection was made with the Liverpool & Manchester Railway, to Wigan and, was the final link in a system of early standard gauge railways which connected all the major industrial towns of North-West England, ...
Keywords: wigan, platt, bamfurlong, wigan, liverpool, manchester, wigan, liverpool, bolton, manchester, warrington, wigan, wcml, pull-out, wigan, c1941, sweeney, wigan, golborne, golborne, bamfurlong, wigan, chapel, wigan, platt, bamfurlong
RailwaysThe Wrexham & Ellesmere line was opened in 1895 and was worked by the Cambrian Railways and, for a few years at least, this single track branch formed part of a tenuous cross country link between Manchester and Liverpool and the districts served by the Cambrian system. The 1922-1923 Grouping ... From the series Locomotion Papers
Keywords: wrexham, ellesmere, wrexham, ellesmere, cambrian, manchester, liverpool, cambrian, marchwiel, post-war, wrexham, ellesmere, anti-railway, withdrawn, welsh, wrexham, ellesmere, cambrian, ellesmere, sesswick, sesswick, wrexham, chronology
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