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Their story is part of New Shildon’s story This book covers Shildon's years between 1820 and today, including the .
Their story is part of New Shildon’s story. The locomotive works, created to build and maintain steam locomotives, morphed into the world’s most innovative works whose demise had more to do with politics than productivity. Although the story of a railway town, it is also the story of people who lived there and made it what it is today.
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The Caterham Railway. the story of a feud, and its aftermath. Published 1952 by Oakwood Press in South Godstone, Surrey Classifications. C33 S6. The Physical Object. 84 p. Number of pages. Published 1952 by Oakwood Press in South Godstone, Surrey.
Too many pictures yes i think a bit more write up on the aftermath would have been very helpful. This side of the story is not very well documented there is very little on what happened after 1963. No pictures of the marines blowing up the concrete legs of the bridge. One person found this helpful. the story of a feud-and its aftermath. Rev. ed. by Jeoffry Spence. Oakwood library of railway history ;, no. 66. Classifications.
The Great Western Railway (Shire Library). 66; Caterham Railway ; the story of a feud-and its aftermath.
However, there are other types of railways, including those whose units consist of single self-propelled cars, cable-drawn railways used to ascend steep grades, and monorails whose cars are usually propelled along a single rail. As early as 1556 Georgius Agricola, in his book on minerals, De re metallica, mentioned a mining railway running on wooden poles.
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