6 edition of Branch-lines found in the catalog.
by Enitharmon Press, Distributed in the USA and Canada by Dufour Editions in London, Chester Springs, PA
Written in English
|Other titles||Edward Thomas and contemporary poetry|
|Statement||edited by Guy Cuthbertson & Lucy Newlyn ; foreword by Andrew Motion ; afterword by Michael Longley.|
|Contributions||Thomas, Edward, 1878-1917., Cuthbertson, Guy, 1975-, Newlyn, Lucy.|
|LC Classifications||PR6039.H55 Z59 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|LC Control Number||2008299467|
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For details about this book and the other five in the series, click the links of the individual books above. Next book: The Ellsworth Line. The Branch Lines of Somerset offers a wide-ranging view of years of rail travel. The branch lines of the county have shown a diverse range of railway activity: horse-drawn passenger coaches, the second steam railcar built in England and operated as early asan internal-combustion-engine railcar, and a similarly powered shunting engine in the s, long before they were common on the.
The lively and informative text outlines the county's main railway routes and describes in detail the branch lines serving each. Although most of the branch lines were closed in the Beeching era.
Branch Lines Branch Lines around Swansea including the Swansea & Mumbles Railway. ISBN: 1 38 3. First Published: 26 January Authors: Vic Mitchell & Keith Smith. Dimensions: x mm. Format: Hardback. Book Info: 96 Pages Photographs Large Scale Maps Other details of local history. Hardback.
Branch-Lines captures the range of Thomas s achievement, not least by combining poetry with prose. In this unique collection, fifty-five contemporary poets reflect on Thomas s craftsmanship and enduring power. Some have chosen poems of their own in which they detect his influence, others have written new poems in his honour.
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Bell Jokes – an amusing list of alternative bell signals, by Bob Wright. The book also takes a look at the Necropolis Railway at ck, 32 pages with black & white photographs, drawings & plans Peter Harding's history of the short branch line from Brookwood to Bisley Camp and the later, short-lived, extension that served Pirbright, Deepcut and Blackdown Camps.
BOOK: The Branch Lines of Hampshire. Additional Information; Ratings & Reviews (0) Although the majority of the branch lines of Hampshire belonged to the London & South Western Railway, they offered the opportunity to see a wide variety of locomotives serving both rural outposts and the major towns.
In the west of the county, the railway. The authors explain how these branch lines were operated during the late era by the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad, and again during the Burlington Northern era of the ss.
Included are co-author Hedgpeth's first-person account of working on these branch lines as a CB&Q brakeman. Synopsis The branch lines of Devon were particularly numerous and this volume covers those in Exeter and the south, central and eastern parts of the county.
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