2 edition of Stopping-train Britain found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alexander Frater ; photographed by Alain Le Garsmeur.|
|Contributions||Le Garsmeur, Alain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||167|
Frater, Alexander Stopping-Train Britain: A Railway Odyssey, Hodder & Stoughton, , pp Photographs by Alain Le Garsmeur. Hb. VG in a VG dust wrapper. An evocative description of the author's travels on our rural railways in the early s, well . The train that NEVER stops moving: Concept for high-speed transport picks up passengers in a pod as it zooms past a station. The concept .
Book Description: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. FIRST EDITION with dust jacket - indentation/crease to front board covred by dust jacket - rare and collectable - will send out 1 st class post. Seller Inventory # mon In other parts of the world, particularly Britain and places with heavy British influence, gradients are expressed in terms of the horizontal distance required to achieve a 1-foot rise. This system would term the above examples "1 in " and "1 in 40," respectively.
Journeys around Britain by bus and train I took LNER’s first off peak stopping train to York which leaves Kings Cross at arriving Grantham at allowing plenty of time to wander the short distance through the passageways connecting the staion . EastCoast is the train operating company which runs the service from Edinburgh Waverley to London King's Cross; National Rail is another way of referring to Atoc, the Association of Train Operating Companies, which runs rail services throughout England, Scotland and Wales.. Four and a half to four and three quarters hours is the fastest rail journey (and definitely not a stopping train or milk.
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"Stopping-Train Britain" began as a series of articles published weekly in the mids in "The Observer", at a time when the future of the country branch line was uncertain. It is a fascinating, deeply evocative time capsule from the period, and it must surely rank amongst the very finest books ever written about railways in Britain/5(6).
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Alexander Russell Frater (3 January – 1 January ) was a British travel writer and journalist. Described by Miles Kington as 'the funniest man who wrote for Punch since the war', Frater is best known for his various books and for documentaries he wrote and produced for the BBC and ion: Scotch College, Melbourne.
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The greatest railway journeys in Britain today are often the slowest — a single railcar dawdling along a Cornish branch line, a stopping train making its leisurely way through the remote heart.
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Pikes Lane, Glossop, Derbyshire SK13 8EH. Buy Now. Subscribe to our mailing list and receive regular updates. MDS Book Sales. Pikes Lane. Alexander Frater is an Australian travel writer and journalist who has contributed to various UK publications - Miles Kington called him 'the funniest man who wrote for Punch since the war' - and as chief travel correspondent of the Observer, he won an unprecedented number of British Press Travel books include Stopping-Train Britain, Beyond the Blue Horizon, and Tales from the.
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