AviationDaallo becomes the 184th airline to join the World Air Routes series. This is the first time we're flying the Ilyushin 18 and first time we feature the Antonov 24 on dvd. After a company presentation you depart Djibouti International Airport for Dubai on the B737-200. That is followed by 4 flights ...
RailwaysRailways were very much ‘in the blood' John Eric Robinson (dad), born in Crewe in 1902, the second child and the eldest son of John Robinson, assistant chief electrical engineer to the London & North Western Railway. John Robinson was in turn the eldest son of the redoubtable (and famous) Ben ...
BusesAn excellent new volume detailing the development of the Fleetline from its origins in the early 1960s through to the final years of operation
AviationThe legend of the squadron is so well known that most are fooled into believing that they already know the full story. This is far from the truth. German researcher Andreas Wachtel has lead investigations at the scenes of the many Lancaster crash sites, not only of the dams raid itself, but also ...
Aviation, MilitaryA photographic record of 617 Squadron from its formation in 1943 to its last wartime mission against Hitler's Eagle's Nest in May 1945.
RailwaysHerein is a journey over this remarkable line as may be seen by a passenger. It conveys a taste of the journey up the line, complete with much of the charm, incidents and eccentricities that make it so unique. It is now a World Heritage Site
RailwaysThe original route of the East Coast Main Line between Darlington and Newcastle was via Leamside. There are both country and city stations but the line travelled through the industrial heartland of East Durham and shared some of its tracks with the coal carrying Lambton Railway. From the series Eastern Main Lines
RailwaysThis section of the East Coast Main line abounds with railway interest. There was a vast number of junctions and several graceful viaducts, together with both rural and urban stations. Most of the former have vanished, but are shown in detail herein. At each end of the line was a locomotive works ... From the series Eastern Main Lines
Buses, Road VehiclesPublished to coincide with the centenary of the opening of Darlington's municipal electric tram system this book is the first to be entirely devoted to the story of the electric trams and trolleybuses that between them served this famous north-east railway town for 53 years. From the series Trolleybus Classics
Road Vehicles, OtherIn 1936 two highly capable engineers, David Brown and Harry Ferguson, got together to commence the manufacture of tractors in an engineering factory in Huddersfield, Yorkshire. Their first effort, the Ferguson-Brown A type was a milestone in British agricultural history. Although Ferguson ... From the series Farm Classics
RailwaysBLUE is the COLOUR . . . BR is the NAME - WHEN British Rail corporate blue was introduced in the 1970s, there were howls of protest from the traditionalists: 'Give us back our green!' they cried. Now, 30 years on, there is genuine nostalgia among those who grew up in the corporate era, many of ...
RailwaysA History of the Railway Industry in the Ages of Steam, Diesel and Electric Traction as perceived by one of its most respected equipment suppliers.
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