3 edition of Britain"s railways at war, 1939-1945 found in the catalog.
Britain"s railways at war, 1939-1945
O. S. Nock
|Statement||[by] O. S. Nock.|
|LC Classifications||HE3017 .N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||224 p., 48 plates.|
|Number of Pages||224|
|LC Control Number||71890173|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Nock, O.S. (Oswald Stevens), Britain's railways at war, Shepperton, Allan, During World War 2 Britain's railways were in the frontline and were targeted by the Luftwaffe's violent offensive against the homeland.
Many railway workers lost their lives, and locomotives, rolling stock and infrastructure were destroyed. However, the railways were also an essential part of Britain's war effort, not only maintaining the flow /5(2).
Britain's Railways at War - & - Well illustrated study of railways in the two world wars. Each war was first covered in a separate volume with a.
Buy Britain's Railways at War `First Edition by Earnshaw, Alan (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 2.
The odd book from this person's collection did have minor pencil annotation/underlining/reference points - but didn't see any in this 1939-1945 book when having a quick check this time but it is still possible to miss as some are very minor. Britain's Railways at War Earnshaw, Alan.
Published by Atlantic Publishers, Penryn, Cornwall. Britain's Railways at War by Nock, O.S. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book gives a fascinating overview of the workings of the Railways during the Great War.
Britain's Railways at War by Alan Earnshaw. London Transport at war by Charles Graves introduced by Oliver Green. Britain's Railways at war and London Transport at war VGC | eBay. At 48 pages, this book will only ever be an introduction to Britain's railways during the war, but Earnshaw has done a brilliant job of it.
The photographs chosen were almost all new to myself despite my own research into the subject, and the text was very interesting too, again with details I have not found in other works on this s: 4. Great War Railwaymen: Britain's Railway Company Workers at War Jeremy Higgins.
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They were called upon to cope with an extraordinary change in the character and volume of passenger and goods traffic, to endure dangerously long hours, and to overcome fear.
CARRYING THE LOAD (, 24 mins) A retrospective celebration of the contribution made by Britain's Railways to Allied Victory in the transportation of casualties, troops.
The Crucial Role the British Railway Played During WWII As the Luftwaffe began to target London with increasing regularity, the railway network became the saving grace of the nation, successfully.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bell, Robert, History of the British railways during the war, London, Railway gazette, Steaming to Victory: How Britain's Railways Won the War - Kindle edition by Williams, Michael.
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Tags. Add tags for "Steaming # World War, Transportation--Great Britain\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0. As the lifeblood of the First World War, the railway network in Britain became more essential than ever before, as it transported men and supplies back and forth from the front on a staggering scale.
Railways were fundamental to the war effort: if they were ever to break down, the grand war machine would collapse along with them. Great War Railwaymen celebrates the incredible technological and.
This book considers "home fronts" from an overall imperial perspective and in a broad array of territories - Australia, Canada, India, South Africa and New Zealand as well as Britain. It examines many aspects of wartime life - food, communications, bombing, volunteering, internment and more, and discusses important themes including identity.
The Railway Executive Committee (REC) was a government body which controlled the operation of Britain's railways during World War I and World War should not be confused with the Railway Executive which was a division of the British Transport Commission.
In both cases, this period of government control was followed by a major re-organisation of the railways.The s was a unique period for Britain’s railways.
Steam had not long been replaced by diesel traction, the West Coast Main Line electrification was well underway with new and more powerful locomotives, and the colourful ‘rail blue’ livery projected an image of a new and altogether cleaner railway – there was plenty to be optimistic about.Britain's Railways at War Book Binding:Paperback / softback.
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