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Maggs's Railway Curiosities

Author: Colin Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: Transportation

Page: 288

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A remarkable compendium of oddities, curiosities and little-known facts about Britain's railways.

Amazing and Curious Railway Tales

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: The History Press

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Category: Transportation

Page: 224

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Who won in a race between a train and a pigeon? How can you warn bats to leave a railway tunnel? Before the era of the car, which railway company carried the most prisoners? Colin G. Maggs has collected all of these answers – and more! – in Amazing and Curious Railway Tales, a compendium of stories, curiosities and little-known facts about Britain’s railways.

Railway Oddities of Somerset

Author: Colin G. Maggs

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Category: Somerset and Dorset railways

Page: 2

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A History of the Great Western Railway

Author: Colin Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: Transportation

Page: 316

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A narrative history of the most iconic railway company of the great age of steam.

Great Britain's Railways

A New History

Author: Colin Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: Transportation

Page: 464

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Explore a highly illustrated and comprehensive look at the story of 400 years of Britain's railways.

The Railway Oddities of Gloucestershire

Illustrated Bristol News

Author: Colin Gordon Maggs

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Page: 2

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The Railway Magazine

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Category: Railroads

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British Books in Print

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Category: English literature

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The GWR Bristol To Bath

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: History

Page: 192

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The Branch Lines of Devon

Plymouth, West & North Devon

Author: Colin G. Maggs

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

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Category: History

Page: 192

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The second of two lavishly illustrated titles from acknowledged railway expert Colin G. Maggs, presenting the story of Devon’s branch lines.

Railway Signal

Or, Lights Along the Line

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Category: Railroads

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Bookseller

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The Bookseller

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Category: Bibliography

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Maggs Bros. Catalogues

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Category: Antiquarian booksellers

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The Sidmouth, Seaton, and Lyme Regis Branches

Author: Colin Gordon Maggs

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Category: Railroads

Page: 66

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Branch Lines of Hampshire

Author: Colin Gordon Maggs

Publisher: Sutton Pub Limited

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Category: Railroads

Page: 143

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The history of all the famous Hampshire branches -- some remaining open today -- described through lively anecdotes of the trains and those who served them.

July Corn

Author: Richard Hergott

Publisher: iUniverse

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Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Financial markets meet agriculture. Big-city Chicago meets rural Illinois. Psychological warfare meets punitive action. And through the maze three men attempt to uncover an agri-conspiracy that could threaten the food supply and inflict incalculable damage to the US economy. July Corn wraps it in a two-fisted, street-smart story that takes place in renaissance Chicago. Sal Magglio has watched the city change from “a drafty hustler’s junction” of neighborhoods to the new, soft-shouldered metropolis of gleaming skyscrapers and transplanted residents. His roots make him true to the city he once knew but the influence of the new Chicago leaves him wanting for a better life. Unwittingly Magglio eventually finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy that includes corporate farming, agri-business companies and the futures market that financially support both. He enlists the support of a friend and a foe that turns against the plot to uncover what lies beneath the green fields of grain. July Corn is a cutting edge story for the new millennium.

The Boy's Own Annual

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Bibliography of Australia: 1846-1850

Author: John Alexander Ferguson

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Category: Australia

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Round Europe with the Crowd

Author: J. Maggs

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Category: Europe

Page: 362

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