2 edition of railways and the people found in the catalog.
railways and the people
1962 by Communist Party of Great Britain .
Written in English
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For those not of such an age, this is a great book to learn all railways and the people book railroading and how it changed the history of our country.
The author divides the book into four main sections - trains and train travel, train stations, railroads and how they affected community life, and the legacy that railroading has left us today/5(12).
Excerpt from The Railways and the People If oranges were sold at such a price, and so distributed, as to enable every person to use two daily, there would be a market for car loads per month, cars per year; and American health and happiness would be greatly railways and the people book by this regular addition to the daily diet.
About the PublisherAuthor: Sterling Price King. Simon Bradley writes entertainingly about the growth of railways in Britain and their effect on the life and times of the people.
He traces the effects of railway growth on society, the economy, the landscape and pretty well anything else you can think of. I enjoyed this book/5. The Railways: Nation, Network and People by Simon Bradley review – first-class A beautifully crafted study on the railways and the people book impact the railways had on Britain’s industry and society Robin McKie.
Get this from a library. Life along the line: railways and people. [Paul Atterbury] -- Takes a nostalgic look at the world of British railways. Focusing on the human experience of the railways - the drivers, firemen, guards, station staff, signalmen, engineers, caterers and, of course.
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This magisterial book traces the history of the railways in Britain, and the influence they have had on nearly all areas of national life since the opening of railways and the people book first public, timetabled and steam-hauled, passenger train service in the full sense we understand it now, in running between Liverpool and Manchester/5().
A fascinating book by Britain’s leading commentator on transport tells a colourful story of how railways have changed our lives. You can order a copy of the English language original online from publishers Atlantic Books. It is also available in Japanese from Kawade Railways and the people book. PUBLIC WORLD/ HOW THE RAILWAYS TRANSFORMED THE WORLD / BRENDAN MARTIN2File Size: KB.
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Focusing on the work of Thomas Hardy, Charles Dickens and George Eliot, Professor John Mullan explores the influence of the railway on Victorian novels. Rail travel was cheap, and people who had never been on a journey before could now afford to make trips by train.
Cities that had once seemed far apart suddenly felt much closer together, because people and goods could move between them in hours rather than days.
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