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The railway in England and Wales, 1830-1914

by Simmons, Jack

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Published by Leicester University Press, distributed in North America by Humanities Press in Leicester [Eng.], [Atlantic Highlands, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Wales,
  • England.,
  • Wales.
    • Subjects:
    • Railroads -- England -- History,
    • Railroads -- Wales -- History,
    • Railroads -- Social aspects -- England,
    • Railroads -- Social aspects -- Wales

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementJack Simmons.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHE3018 .S55
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4293717M
      ISBN 100718511468
      LC Control Number78321523

      Coronavirus (Covid) update - Rail Books is operating normally and we are currently able to dispatch orders to all UK addresses and most overseas destinations, although our delivery agents are advising that deliveries may take a little longer than usual. We are a family run specialist railway bookseller.   The Railways of Britain was first published in and is his best-known work. His other books include St Pancras Station, The Railway in England and Wales, , Transport Museums in Britain and Western Europe and The Railway in Town and Country as well as two volumes in the volume Visual History of Modern Britain, of which he was Author: Jack Simmons.

      This section contains books of Railway Maps. A book featuring the maps for a specific company will also be listed in the page dedicated to that company. P lease consult the How to Order section before ordering any books. Atlas of Train Operating Companies, IA, 2nd . Jack Simmons. Jack Simmons was an English transport historian, and emeritus professor of history at University of Leicester, known as an expert in railway history/5.

      According to the Railway and Commercial Gazetteer of England, Scotland and Wales, , this book lists ‘every railway station, town, village, hamlet, parish, and place in Great Britain’.Listings are alphabetical, and most of the information is contained in tables with the following headings: Name of Place, County, Population, Distance from London, Railway Station, Distance from Station. Railways of England and Wales is an expansion map for Railways of the World. You will need the pieces from Railways of the World (track and city tiles, bonds, money, empty city markers, trains and first player marker) to play Railways of England and Wales. The basic gameplay has not changed from Railways of the World except where noted.


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His magnum opus was to have been a four volume of the railways in England and Wales between and It is a regret the work was never completed but Faber Finds are proud to reissue the two volumes that were published.5/5(1). His magnum opus was to have been a four volume of the railways in England and Wales between and It is a regret the work was never completed but Faber Finds are proud to reissue the two volumes that were published.5/5(1).

This is the first volume in a series of four which will explore the profound effects the railway had on every aspect of life and society in England and Wales.

To set the scene, this book describes the growth of the railway system from the opening of the Liverpool & Manchester Railway to the out break of the First World War. His magnum opus was to have been a four volume study of the railways in England and Wales between and It is a regret the work was never completed but Faber Finds are proud to reissue the two volumes that were published.

The second volume considers the railway's impact on British towns and countryside.5/5(1). His magnum opus was to have been a four volume study of the railways in England and Wales between and It is a regret the work was never completed but Faber Finds are proud to reissue the two volumes that were published.

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The man who first put steam engines on rails was a tall, strong Cornishman described by his schoolmaster as “obstinate and inattentive”.Black's Picturesque Tourist and Road and Railway Guide Book Through England and Wales: With a General Traveling Map; Charts of Roads, Railroads, and Interesting Localities; Engraved Views of Picturesque Scenery; and a Comprehensive General Index, Embracing a List of Hotels and Inns.The railway even claimed to be the largest company in the world, employing nearly 3 million people and with a capital value of more than £ million.

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