RailwaysThe three railway branch lines which served the landward areas of East Lothian were an unusual trio and were all worked by the North British Railway. Each line had its own distinctive and often eccentric character and the first to be built was the Haddington branch which carried agricultural ... From the series Oakwood Library Of Railway History
RailwaysIn this 144-page book, Robert Schwandl, a Berlin-based author, introduces you to the networks in Hamburg. The book is illustrated with more than 300 colour photographs and emphasises the history of the network and the special features of all lines and stations. The text includes also a short ...
Trams, Road VehiclesMany previously unpublished photographs bring to life the tramway era in the western suburbs of London. There is a wealth of detail in these past street scenes which were once graced by the majestic cars of the London United Tramways. From the series Tramway Classics
RailwaysThe area had a diverse selection of minor lines serving its industries and some secret operations for armaments. These are shown in detail, along with some more recent leisure railways and an historic pier tramway. From the series Narrow Gauge Branch Lines
RailwaysIn the 1950s, and for much of the 1960s, Hampshire was a happy hunting ground for steam fans. Despite the introduction of diesel units on some secondary routes in 1957, the bulk of the county's train services remained steam worked. The 'push-pull' local and branch trains, often hauled by ancient ...
Trams, Road VehiclesFor over 50 years, trams were an integral part of life in this area of North London. This album features their majestic form dominating the streets of yesterday to Archway, Chalk Farm, Camden, Holloway and Islington. Feature: Class El no.s 552 to 601. From the series Tramway Classics
RailwaysAll Hanover underground stations and surface stops in full colour
Buses, Road VehiclesIn the golden age of bus operation, before private-car ownership and a predilection for watching television indoors instead of going to the cinema, Hants & Dorset Motor Services Ltd, based on Bournemouth, ran a compact network of services in those two counties, covering coastal towns and cities ... From the series Prestige
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
RailwaysThe Nickey Line's fame seems to extend much further than most branch lines of similar importance. There are a number of factors which could contribute to this. It has seen some most unusual train formations/locomotives over the years. Amongst these were the use of Pullman cars on normal branch ... From the series Locomotion Papers
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
RailwaysThis part of the first main line between London and the Midlands had no intermediate stations initially. However, their evolution is fully illustrated herein along with that of the trains of the route. The branches are shown in detail, including one covered in vegetation, but technically not closed. From the series Midland Main Lines
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