The London North Western Railway

This book is a wonderful miscellany of the London & North Western Railway, here is a delightful new illustrated history of the Premier Line, drawn from the Railway Magazine archives, which covers the close of the Victorian Era and the start ...

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Author: Neil Smith

Publisher: Pen and Sword Transport

ISBN: 9781526781383

Category: Transportation

Page: 320

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This book is a wonderful miscellany of the London & North Western Railway, here is a delightful new illustrated history of the Premier Line, drawn from the Railway Magazine archives, which covers the close of the Victorian Era and the start of the 20th century, topics of the 27 chapters include. Personal Interviews with F.Harrison (General Manager), F. W. Webb ( CM&EE ). Notable Stations - Birmingham New Street, Carlisle Citadel, Crewe, Euston, Manchester London Road, Preston and Willesden. Wolverton Carriage Works and Earlestown Wagon Works. Engine Drivers and Their Duties by C.J. Bowen-Cooke The Irish Mail and the 'American Special' Trains Webb Precedent and Compound Locomotives Royal Saloons The Opening and Early Years of Three L N W R constituent companies, the Liverpool & Manchester Railway, the Grand Junction Railway and the London & Birmingham Railway. The large number of photographs and illustrations, mostly from the archives of the London & North Western Railway Society, make this a very special book.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105025736278

Category: Railroads

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Railway Magazine Archive Series 1930 s

This new volume collects rare images offering a glimpse of the days when these incredible engines could be found hard at work all over Britain.

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Author: Pete Kelly

Publisher: Gresley

ISBN: 1911658514

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The last great age of steam in Britain is revisited in this new collection of superb photographs from the extensive archive of the Railway Magazine. Author Pete Kelly, editor of The Railway Magazine Guide to Modelling, looks back to a time when streamlined steam express trains charged headlong through the English countryside every day of the week. The 1930s would see a host of iconic engines constructed - such as the legendary LNER A4s, the beautiful LMS Coronation Class locos, the rare LMS Princess Royal Class and the workhorse LNER Class V2 engines built in large numbers for mixed traffic. This new volume collects rare images offering a glimpse of the days when these incredible engines could be found hard at work all over Britain.

A Century of Railways

Here, the editors outline the history of the magazine together with biographies of some of the contributors who include writers such as Allen and Nock The unique volume is the perfect companion for all regular readers of Railway Magazine ...

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Author: Peter William Brett Semmens

Publisher: Haynes Publications

ISBN: 0860935353

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 96

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For the past 100 years, Railway Magazine has been synonymous with the world of railways. Here, the editors outline the history of the magazine together with biographies of some of the contributors who include writers such as Allen and Nock

The Railway Magazine

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Author: Anonymous

Publisher: Wentworth Press

ISBN: 1011206382

Category: History

Page: 590

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The Railway Magazine and Steam Navigation Journal 1839 Vol 6

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Author: John Herapath

Publisher: Forgotten Books

ISBN: 0331950367

Category: Reference

Page: 558

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Excerpt from The Railway Magazine, and Steam Navigation Journal, 1839, Vol. 6: Containing Copious Accounts of All Railways, at Home and Abroad; With Wyld's Map of the Great Western and Bristol and Exeter Railways, Numerous Wood Engravings, Etc., Notices of Inventions, and Scientific Discoveries Atmospheric Resistance on Railways. By Henry Booth, Esq President of the Liverpool Polytechnic Society, and Treasurer, M, to the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, communicated by Y. Z. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.