Road Vehicles, OtherAround 30 vehicles travelled from Fishguard to Rosslare for the strangely named Heart of Wales Irish Road Run, a seven-day tour of the South of Ireland. Irish entrants increased the number of participating vehicles to 40. This was the third such run organised by Heart of Wales Run organiser John ...
Keywords: irish, fishguard, rosslare, irish, seven-day, ireland, irish, organiser, boughey, donovan, weather, keimaneigh, blarney, woollen, kerry, dingle, peninsular, henderson, paddy, brennan, mack, r600, right-hand, ireland, roadstone, foden, wheeler, tadhg, buckley
RailwaysThe Helston branch was the southernmost railway on the British mainland, and also the very last branch line to have been built in south-western Cornwall. Sadly, it was also one of the first to close (1962 for passengers, 1964 for freight), and perhaps for this reason it has not enjoyed the ... From the series Locomotion Papers
Keywords: helston, helston, south-western, cornwall, ex-great, helston, lizard, ireland, lynton, feeder, lizard, helston, framework, helston, heritage, trevarno, nancegollan, truthall, cornwall
MaritimeIn past times, the East Anglian autumn herring fishing season saw a great gathering of Scottish and English herring drifters working the North Sea fishing grounds from the ports of Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and Southwold. Herrings, Drifters and the Prunier Trophy is a most comprehensive portrait of ...
Keywords: trophy, yarmouth, lowestoft, southwold, autumn, scottish, yarmouth, lowestoft, southwold, trophy, trophy, yarmouth, lowestoft, trophy, drifter, scottish, aberdeen, banff, buckie, kirkcaldy, leith, peterhead, fraserburgh, wick, inverness, stornoway, lerwick, drifters-scottish, trophy, drifters-english, welsh, irish
RailwaysRailways played a key role in Britain's social, economic and industrial history. These companies have long gone, but all over the country relics remain to remind us of that pioneering age. David Wragg's Historical Dictionary of Railways in the British Isles is a comprehensive, single-volume ...
Keywords: wragg, heritage, irish, ireland, chronology
RailwaysThe 'slipping' of coaches from moving trains, seems in today's more safety conscious world, an incredible practice. But it was once performed by some of Britain's most respected railways, sometimes from their most prestigious expresses. More than 35 years since the last coach was slipped from the ... From the series Series X
Keywords: century-long, railwaymen, accident, platform, mistake, platform, fryer, build-up, zenith, ireland, cornish, riviera, daniel, cord, ocean, ravenglass, eksdale
RailwaysThis album features the last main line to enter London from the south and the only one to make a connection with railways in the north. Its years of decline and recent revival are fully illustrated, along with many of the long-closed stations of South East London. From the series London Suburban Railways
Keywords: holborn, viaduct, lewisham, greenwich, philip, davis, blackheath, brockley, camberwell, cambria, denmark, castle, farringdon, greenwich, holborn, viaduct, lewisham, lewisham, lewisham, loughborough, nunhead, peckham, thameslink, snow, walworth, walworth
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