David and Charles railway booksBorn: 30 August, , in Romford, Essex. Died: 19 August, , at sea on the Queen Victoria in German waters, aged From needlework to gardening, photography and equestrian pursuits, he catered for a diverse range of up to , enthusiasts through his acquisition of the Readers Union book clubs. Once a cub reporter with an ambition to own his own business, he had succeeded by capitalising on his own specialisms — covering the railways, amongst other issues — and diversifying into two entirely different fields: a fruit farm and the book industry. Known for his radical publishing decisions, he built a business employing more than staff until finally selling it off and moving from Devon to the Moray Firth with his new venture, Writers News, the main support system for writers in the UK. The son of the literary journalist and author Gilbert Thomas, he grew up surrounded by books and a model railway. He developed a fascination for railways and their impact on society and, as a teenager, unofficially drove locomotives and operated branch line signal boxes.
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Much emphasis on administrative issues, with little on engineering history? Railway Track Practical Wheeler and D. There are two main timetables from Thomas Cook; one covers Europe the "European" timetable and the other covers Russia railwxy all of Asia the 'Overseas' timetable. Describes aircraft with illustrations.
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It first made its name publishing titles on Britain's canals and railways.
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The Ooty Rack Filmed in Railwzy. Puzzled bankers reportedly told him they could not understand who bought his books but then confided they had taken the advice of a volume on ferret-keeping or on how to restore a steam organ. Young, Edward: 40 Years of Motoring. Together with like-minded schoolmates, he explored the grimy!
When I read at another point the best short summary I have yet seen of the attitudes and mindsets that led to the wholesale obliteration of Britain's rural railway network in the 's I thought again of those wagons in their deadly embrace that a little foresight and competence could have avoided. Brophy, Patrick: Sailing Ships. HollingsworthBison Charlfs A vivid portrayal in words and pictures of the railways and locomotives of England during the 's for each of the four pre-Nationalization regions presenting a day-to-day view of the railways as it worked more than 60 years ago.
With colour frontispiece 48 photographs and 28 drawings. Robert Wilson landscape format 8vo stapled softback 48pp F gms Order reference Motor-in-Mann Publications 1st 4to 8pp, 4 postcards per page plus extra information about each vessel illustrated. Also, laid in, are 2 souvenir menus to mark the last sailing season of the SS Manxman, one for lunch and one for tea. Nautical Publishing Co. Area of abrasion to front free endpaper. This book has become the standard guide to the waterways of France.
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