North London Railway
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North London Railway by Michael Robbins

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Published by The Oakwood Press in Sidcup .
Written in English


  • North London Railway -- History.

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Edition Notes

StatementR. Michael Robbins.
SeriesThe Oakwood Library of railway history -- no.1
The Physical Object
Pagination[2],24,[2]p.,[4]leaves of plates :
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15571984M

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  The North London Line from Richmond to Broad Street, and later, to Stratford was the capital's Cinderella railway for many years. An official report in called it 'shabby, unsafe, unreliable and overcrowded.' It was threatened with closure under the Beeching Axe in the s and again in the s, escaping on both occasions due to 5/5(5). North London Railway: a pictorial record. [National Railway Museum.; Science Museum (Great Britain)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: National Railway Museum.; Science Museum (Great Britain) ISBN: OCLC Number: History Of The North London Railway Volume 2 Stations of the city extension. J E Connor & D L Hanson Published by The North London Railway Historical Society pages . NORTH LONDON RAILWAY SOURCE BOOK Bibliography - Books - Page 2 of 3 Locomotives Ahrons, E L, Locomotive and Train Working in the Latter Part of the 19th Century, Vol 2, Heffer, , pp deal with NLR (revision of /5 Railway Magazine articles). Ahrons, E L, The British Steam Railway.

London Northwestern Railway urges passengers to plan journeys ahead of August Bank Holiday engineering work Monday, 17 August London Northwestern Railway unveils poem to honour "Captain Tom" at his local station. History of the North London Railway Vol 2 Stations of the City Extensions The Great Bush Railway A History of the first 50 years from the beginings in The North British Type 2 B0-B0 Diesel-Electric Classes 21 & 29 Design, Development and Demid. Wayne Asher. A very Political Railway – the rescue of the North London Line. ISBN ; HP White. A Regional History of the Railways of Great Britain, Volume 3 - Greater London. ISBN The official illustrated guide to the London and South-Western, North and South Devon, Cornwall, and West Cornwall Railways: Including description of some manufactories in the towns on the lines by George S Measom| 1 Jan

Little has been published over the years concerning the history of this complex urban line, Chisholm's booklet of contains useful contemporary material, but its historic side has some inaccuracies. Michael Robbins's masterly history, first published in had, of course, to be written without benefit of the company's own s: 1. London North Eastern Railway Minor delays on some routes - Check to see if your journey is affected. Disruption between Aberdeen and Dundee until further notice Read about this disruption. The East & West India Docks & Birmingham Junction Railway was incorporated by Act of Parliament on 26 August It was empowered to construct a railway from the district of Poplar and the docks to Camden Town in north London. [1] The railway's headquarters and locomotive works were initially located in Bow.. At first, it ran trains from Bow Junction on the London and Blackwall Railway (L&BR. North London Railway: A Pictorial Record by National Railway Museum. Stationery Office Books, " X 11" [Oblong] in illustrated glossy hard covers. Very minor shelf wear. Clean, tight, unmarked - EXCEPT for owner's blind stamp on title page: NEAR FINE. 56pp. + 1p index. Nice photos of old locomotives and rolling stock.