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by Howard Stevens,Brian Hawker

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ISBN:
186077590X
Author:
Howard Stevens,Brian Hawker
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Europe
Language:
English
Publisher:
The History Press (January 1, 2010)
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224 pages
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The Motorway Achievement book. Wales has less than one hundred of the two thousand miles of motorway constructed in Britain in the 20th century.

The Motorway Achievement book. However, the Principality can boast the first length of urban motorway, the first motorway tunnels, the longest rock tunnels, the first immersed tube tunnel, and major estuarial bridge crossings. Following an introductory chapter, this book describes the backgr Wales has less than one hundred of the two thousand miles of motorway constructed in Britain in the 20th century.

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The Motorway A. he motorway achievement building the network: wales. Written by Brian Hawker, Howard Stevens Published by Phillimore in 2010 ISBN: 9781860775901. THE MOTORWAY ACHIEVEMENT BUILDING THE NETWORK: WALES Written by Brian Hawker, Howard Stevens. Published by Phillimore.

Each of the ten chapters focuses on a specific region of the UK, providing a background history of the area and its roads, as well as the social, political and economic factors which played a part in the various

Wales has less than one hundred of the two thousand miles of motorway constructed in Britain in the 20th century.

Wales has less than one hundred of the two thousand miles of motorway constructed in Britain in the 20th century.

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The busy motorway network of Southern and Eastern England has, over . This beautifully produced volume is the second in Phillimore's Building the Network series and is sure to be highly acclaimed by transport.

The busy motorway network of Southern and Eastern England has, over 40 years, overlaid a vast and mostly earlier road system, adopting directly from that system only the Maidenhead and Runnymede bridges and a significant constructional experiment near Stilton in 1957-8 which now underlies the A1(M). The area's motorways now total 657 miles - nearly one third of the. UK's motorway system but by length only . 13 per cent of all UK roads This beautifully produced volume is the second in Phillimore's Building the Network series and is sure to be highly acclaimed by transport historians.

YEADON, Harry L. The Motorway Achievement: Building the Network: The North West of England. HAWKER, Brian, and STEVENS, Howard. The Motorway Achievement: Building the Network: Wales. BALDWIN, Sir Peter, BALDWIN, Robert and EVANS, Dewi Ieuan. ISBN 978-1-86077-590-1. Other Notebooks, diaries and letters There are various notebooks in the archives, ranging from eighteenth century examples by John Grundy, 1740 and William Weston, (1780 – 98) to the relatively recent notebooks of J Husband (1920) of the consulting firm of the same name.

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Wales has less than one hundred of the two thousand miles of motorway constructed in Britain in the 20th century. However, the Principality can boast the first length of urban motorway, the first motorway tunnels, the longest rock tunnels, the first immersed tube tunnel, and major estuarial bridge crossings. Following an introductory chapter, this book describes the background, formulation, and implementation of the major roads strategy and comments on management of the built asset. The commentary in the concluding chapter reviews the past, the present, and the future. The overcoming of the engineering challenges and the successful completion of 80 miles of motorway in South Wales and 88 miles of near-motorway-standard dual carriageway in North Wales is celebrated in this book, which will appeal to all those with an interest in our civil engineering heritage.