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Through the Window: The Great Western Railway from Paddington to Penzance 1924
by: Great Western Railway
publisher: Old House, published: 2008-01-01
ASIN: 187359075X
sales rank: 12457
price: £10.99 (new), £28.61 (used)
Through the Window This book was first published by the Great Western Railway in 1924 to enhance the enjoyment of passengers on the 305 mile journey from Paddington to Penzance. Maps, line drawings and information about the towns and villages describe the glorious countryside of southern England that could be seen from the windows of The Cornish Riviera Express. Full description
National Railway Museum Pocket Diary 2017 (Diaries 2017)
by: The National Railway Museum
publisher: Frances Lincoln, published: 2016-07-07
ASIN: 0711237964
sales rank: 217879
price: £3.39 (new), £13.60 (used)
The Railway Observer: Vol. XXXIII, 1963, No. 407 - No. 418 [12 Issues]
by: The Railway and Correspondence and Travel Society
publisher: The Railway and Correspondence and Travel Society, published: 1963
ASIN: B00YYCFQ40
sales rank: 494044
price: £37.60 (used)
The Reshaping of British Railways
by: British Railway Board
publisher: Collins, published: 2013-01-31
ASIN: 0007511965
sales rank: 193227
price: £3.69 (new), £4.85 (used)
The Reshaping of British Railways is a piece of railway history every dedicated enthusiast will want in their collection. Bradshaw's Guide has given birth to a wave of nostalgia for our Victorian and Edwardian railway systems. The Reshaping of British Railways, another facsimile which will fascinate train buffs, is the document that decimated these systems forever. With the British Rail company's failure, by the early 1960s, to stem the network's huge annual losses, the government turned to Dr Richard Beeching. He was to save money by recommending the cutting of redundant routes and services. His two reports, The Reshaping of British Railways (1963) and The Development of the Major Railway Trunk Routes (1965), were published by the British Railways Board in 1965, and offer a fascinating snapshot of our nation's railways. In the first part of this historic facsimile, Dr Beeching identifies the 2,363 stations and 5,000 miles (8,000 km) of railway line for closure - over 50% of all stations and 30% of route miles. The second part recommends a small number of major remaining routes for significant investment.Well documented nationwide protests resulted in the saving of some stations and lines, but the majority were closed as planned and Beeching's name is to this day associated with the mass closure of railways and the loss of many local services in the period that followed. Now, for the first time, this iconic piece of railway history is available in its entirety, complete with the original tables and maps of routes deemed fit for closure.
Through the Window: The Great Western Railway from Paddington to Penzance 1924: Written by Great Western Railway, 2008 Edition, Publisher: Old House [Hardcover]
by: Great Western Railway
publisher: Old House, published: 2008-01-16
ASIN: B00SLSJ22U
sales rank: 2013634
price: £80.99 (new), £60.89 (used)
National Railway Museum Desk Diary 2018
by: National Railway Museum
publisher: Frances Lincoln, published: 2017-07-06
ASIN: 0711238812
sales rank: 1088434
price: £12.98 (new)
National Railway Museum Pocket Diary 2018
by: National Railway Museum
publisher: Frances Lincoln, published: 2017-07-06
ASIN: 0711238820
sales rank: 1874125
price: £7.99 (new)
Railway mechanical engineer
by: Railway Mechanical Engineer
published: 2015-11-04
ASIN: B017MCPY5O
sales rank: 366768
Railway mechanical engineer. 820 Pages
The Railway Magazine: Vol. 104: January to December 1958
by: The Railway Magazine
publisher: The Railway Magazine, published: 1958
ASIN: B00JXL1P06
sales rank: 676787
price: £22.50 (used)
The Illustrated Guide to the South Indian Railway
by: South Indian Railway Company Ltd
publisher: Amberley Publishing, published: 2015-07-15
ASIN: 1445650819
sales rank: 900416
price: £3.15 (new), £5.29 (used)
The Southern Railway, today headquartered at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, is the earliest of the seventeen zones of the Indian railway that is vital in connecting the different regions of this vast country. Originally, it dates from British rule in India when the Great Southern India Railway Co. was established with its headquarters in Britain, running an impressive 1,121 miles of track. Unique in its revenue being derived from passengers and not freight, today more than five million passengers travel on what used to be the South Indian Railway network every year. This famous account was originally published by South Indian Railway Co. Ltd in 1900. Culturally important, it is the classic guide to visiting the south of India and travelling on this illustrious railway. Providing a detailed description of the railway itself, it also divulges useful information for travellers, outlines the tourist routes and itineraries and contains fascinating insights in to the country itself, from general history and religions to sport and architecture.
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