By Anthony Dawson
Drawing from first-hand debts of the railway, this e-book hopes to shed a few mild on what it was once prefer to shuttle at the Liverpool & Manchester in 1830, from reserving tickets to driving in a carriage, supplying a mile-by-mile consultant to the road and what's left of George Stephenson’s masterpiece after 185 years of railway development.
By David Turnock
By John Christopher
By Mark J. Camp
By Keith Anderson
By Nigel Burkin
By George Woods
Taking within the number of breath-taking landscapes and climates India has to provide, from the warmth of Madras to the coolness of the mountain levels, George Woods deals a really interesting, complete color examine the steam-powered railways and locomotives right here within the 1970s.
With infrequent and unpublished pictures shooting all 4 major gauges energetic in India in this time, this booklet takes a easily magical glance again on the fantastic thing about steam strength throughout the most varied landscapes within the world.
By Dan Lee
By Diccon Bewes,Gerlinde Schermer-Rauwolf,Sonja Schuhmacher
By Mark Wegman
The interval from the Nineties to the mid-1950s is mostly thought of the “golden period” of passenger rail go back and forth in America. It was once a time of celebrated locomotives and lush passenger provider, a time while rail know-how observed its maximum advances and railroads grew to become the nation’s favourite mode of transportation. those glory years come alive in American Passenger Trains and Locomotives Illustrated, 1889–1971. For this quantity, writer and illustrator Mark Wegman has researched unique railroad drawings and in certain cases even paint chips to render greater than a hundred and sixty profiles, entrance and best perspectives, and inside layouts depicting the steam, diesel, and electrical locomotives, in addition to passenger autos, of 3 dozen of the nation’s so much celebrated trains of the golden age. Accompanying the author’s drawings are histories of every teach, interval photos, postcards, menus, baggage stickers, classic print advertisements, and specific captions. The e-book is a lavishly appointed trip again in time to the bygone heyday of passenger-train travel.