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Download or read book Rail Operations Viewed From South Devon written by Garth Pedler and published by Troubador Publishing Ltd. This book was released on 2017-07-04 with total page 500 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: South Devon, a thriving county with the sea, estuary and moorland for recreation, owes much of its success and vibrant economy to the railways that provide day return services, allowing people to travel freely to and from London and the North. Rail Operations Viewed From South Devon is a comprehensive exploration of the railways in and around South Devon, with chapters drawing on areas across the country such as Totnes, Carlisle and Bristol. Embracing a wide range of topics to help the reader understand how railway engineering reached its current state, this book aims to encourage discussion about the rail network as an entity. Chapters include the history of the sea and cliff issues associated with Dawlish, as well as how the Victorians built a congestion-free rail system around Bristol, with another chapter detailing the Cross Country timetables of 1925. This extensive insight into the railway also draws on the author’s personal experience of undertaking a rail tour to Carlisle and back to Totnes in 1999, following the re-privatisation of the rail network, in comparison to a previous excursion in 1961. Illustrated throughout with dozens of detailed maps and diagrams, as well as useful statistics, Rail Operations Viewed From South Devon will appeal to readers who are curious about railway history and the recent management of the rail networks.

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ISBN 10 : 9781459624054
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Download or read book Last Train to Paradise written by Graham Hutchins and published by ReadHowYouWant.com. This book was released on 2011-07-12 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: LAST TRAIN TO PARADISE is a celebratory account of a time when train travel was more than just the accepted means of travelling around New Zealand. It was also an era when rail journeys provided excitement, companionship and romance. Royal trains, troop trains, rugby specials, tourist trains ... all come to life in Graham Hutchins evocative descriptions of rail travel in the golden age. In the first half of the twentieth century, travelling by train was the easiest way to get around New Zealand. Lines existed between most provincial towns, and world-famous visitors like Mark Twain and Lord Kitchener frequented the network. The Rotorua Limited carried the well-to-do in some style to take the waters in Rotorua; the Central Otago Express ventured through the tussock hinterland as far as Cromwell; the Auckland-Opua Express took passengers keen to discover the delights of the Bay of Islands; while the Onehunga Boat Train used to be part of the main route between Auckland and Wellington. LAST TRAIN TO PARADISE describes the halcyon days of New Zealand rail, some of which the author was fortunate enough to experience personally. The name trains and journeys cover a considerable period of New Zealand's history, from the late 1800s to the golden era of train travel (the first five decades of the twentieth century). Among the special journeys covered are the Prince of Wales royal progress through New Zealand in 1920, and travelling with fans on the Test Match Special to enjoy the rugby in 1956. Graham Hutchins vividly evokes a way of life that has all but disappeared, recalling a host of characters and incidents from an ageless obsessed with the motorcar. The book includes a wide variety of fascinating and unfamiliar photographs, both of the trains themselves and the people who travelled in them.''

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Download or read book The Last Train Home written by Terry Lance Franko and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2014-11-07 with total page 216 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The Last Train Home uses a story line to take you on a journey through some of the various schemes of corruption that plagues the automobile industry on a daily basis; and talks about the greed that runs abound like a yellow fever with some of these shop owners. It continues to explain a few of their tactics which they use to exercise their self proclaimed license to steal from people and the insurance companies. It also mentions some of the dealings of the more reputable dealers. This book is an enjoyable read and closes with an ending that is neither foreseeable nor predictable.

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Download or read book The Seven Veils written by Donald R. Lunsford Sr. and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2014-10-01 with total page 340 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: The story begins in a small Texas hill country town of Llano. The main character, Robert Rhodes, is the editor of the local newspapers and a member of the city council. He was a decorated World War l hero, which is the prime reason he was accepted by the cliquish citizens of the tiny berg. It had been eight years since he had been discharged after receiving the Purple Heart medal for being injured in the battle of Chatel-Chehery near the Argonne Forest. On a moonless summer night, a bronze statue, without any warning or fanfare, appeared on the town square while the town’s occupants slept. After the mysterious arrival of the nude life-size bronze lady holding an infant had manifested itself in between the turn-of-the-century county courthouse and the WWI doughboy statue erected in honor of the veterans from Llano County who gave their lives in Europe, the city government was left with little time to do anything else but to deal with the fury of their religious constituents. They, with their superstitions and religious prejudicial minds, were holding the city commission accountable for the sinful nude woman exposing herself shamelessly on the Town Square. The Llano city government consisted of a mayor and six council members, and each of their lives will be directly affected by the presence of the illicit statue blatantly displaying itself on the courthouse lawn. The unexplained visit by the statue of the naked young woman and child did more than ignite the anger of the religious community—it started the metamorphosis of each of the board members’ lives. Each member of the city council viewed the statue in a different light. As their lives took on a new beginning, it started in motion a change that would affect not only each member of the city commission but everyone they were connected to. The ripple of the rising tidal waters of social responsibility and reform were beginning to become apparent in the little hill country town and would soon be lapping on the pink granite steps of the Texas Capital Statehouse in Austin.

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ISBN 10 : 9781550145328
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Download or read book Clams and Snails written by Abu Saber Mohammed Saleuddin and published by York University Bookstore. This book was released on 2011-10 with total page 273 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt:

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Download Last Train to Hilversum PDF
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ISBN 10 : 9781408889985
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Download or read book Last Train to Hilversum written by Charlie Connelly and published by Bloomsbury Publishing. This book was released on 2019-01-24 with total page 336 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Despite the all-pervading influence of television ninety per cent of people in Britain still listen to the radio, clocking up over a billion hours of listening between us every week. It's a background to all our lives: we wake up to our clock radios, we have the radio on in the kitchen as we make the tea, it's on at our workplaces and in our cars. From Listen With Mother to the illicit thrill of tuning into pirate stations like Radio Caroline; from receiving a musical education from John Peel or having our imagination unlocked by Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy; from school-free summers played out against a soundtrack of Radio One and Test Match Special to more grown-up soundtracks of the Today programme on Radio 4 and the solemn, rhythmic intonation of the shipping forecast – in many ways, our lives can be measured in kilohertz. Yet radio is changing because the way we listen to the radio is changing. Last year the number of digital listeners at home exceeded the number of analogue listeners for the first time, meaning the pop and crackle and the age of stumbling upon something by chance is coming to an end. There will soon be no dial to turn, no in-between spaces on the waveband for washes of static, mysterious beeps and faint, distant voices. The mystery will be gone: we'll always know exactly what it is we're listening to, whether it's via scrolling LCD on our digital radios, the box at the bottom of our TV screen or because we've gone in search of a particular streaming station. And so, as the world of analogue listening fades, Charlie Connelly takes stock of the history of radio and its place in our lives as one of the very few genuinely shared national experiences. He explores its geniuses, crackpots and charlatans who got us to where we are today, and remembers its voices, personalities and programmes that helped to form who we are as individuals and as a nation. He visits the key radio locations from history, and looks at its vital role over the past century on both national and local levels. Part nostalgic eulogy, part social history, part travelogue, Last Train To Hilversum is Connelly's love letter to radio, exploring our relationship with the medium from its earliest days to the present in an attempt to recreate and revisit the world he entered on his childhood evenings on the dial as he set out on the radio journey of a lifetime.

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Download or read book A History of the Great Western Railway written by G. A. Sekon and published by . This book was released on 1895 with total page 373 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Focusing on the broad gauge, this history of the Great Western Railway is full of illustrations.

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ISBN 10 : 9781420843934
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Download or read book Kill Now Talk Forever written by Richard Newby and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2006 with total page 664 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Principally an abridgement of the transcript of the trial as published in: The Sacco-Vanzetti case. 2nd ed. Mamaroneck, N.Y. : P. P. Appel, 1969; followed by a collection of remarks over the past 80 years about the trial and its significance.

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Download or read book Last Train to Palookaville written by Ian Lovegrove and published by Author House. This book was released on 2014-10-25 with total page 254 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This is the story of one man's struggle to make good in the hash environment of post World War II Britain, a country in long-term decline. It depicts the experiences, adventures and misadventures of a working class male. The treatment is earthy and candid and laced with humour in its description of the twin impostors of triumphs and disasters in personal and professional life. His artistic development is described in some detail with reference to works on his website, palimpsestart.com. A substantial part of the book is dedicated to a serious critique of contemporary life in Britain.

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ISBN 10 : 9781250116338
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Download or read book Last Train From Berlin written by W. T. Tyler and published by Henry Holt and Company. This book was released on 2016-03-22 with total page 369 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: In novels such as The Ants of God and Rogue's March, W. T. Tyler has earned a reputation as one of our very best authors. Whether writing about dictators on the African bush, the machinations of the Kremlin, or the equally mystifying antics of Washington's officialdom, Tyler views our global and national affairs with irony, pitch-perfect realism, and mordant insight in to the hubris and folly of great and lesser men alike. In the Last Train from Berlin, Tyler weaves together the tragedies of two men's lives - one American, one Russian - to produce what may be the most powerful indictment of, and most searching elegy to, the tragic waste of the four-decade-long Cold War. When Frank Dudley, a longtime Agency man languishing in the twilight of his career, vanishes without a trace, a junior officer, Kevin Corkey, new to the CIA and unsure he belongs there among the policy mandarins and "black ops" cowboys, is assigned the case. Has the missing man met with foul play? Or has Dudley, a disgruntled member of the old school and the subject of polite contempt, though still a man who knows where a great many skeletons lie buried, hatched a scheme for revenge against those who have passed him by? The answer - one young Corkey and the reader will learn only at the end of this gripping tale - is as profound, complex, and tragic as the history of the covert war between our century's two greatest superpowers. Treating issues of fidelity and betrayal, exile and alienation, Last Train from Berlin is a memorable achievement.

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ISBN 10 : 9781430321316
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Download or read book Blind Hookey written by Jason Gadsden and published by Lulu.com. This book was released on 2007-05-01 with total page 172 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Never to be beat Billy was beaten as a boy, bullied through the bullsh*t of basic training, before being kicked all the way through the Royal Navy's gunnery school. A hard headedness that would result in his naval nickname Hookey, and an attitude that would see Billy 'Hooker' Walker raging war against the authority that moulded his arrogance. "This book brings rawness and realism to the Royal Navy."" Blind Hookey gives life to the old adage 'a girl in every port' but it questions whether 'there all nice girls"