An illustrated and comprehensive history of the world's greatest railway maps, and the railways behind them.
The launch of the revolutionary Boeing 787 Dreamliner in 2010 is to be celebrated with a spectacular, 300-page commemorative book.
This lavishly illustrated book reveals the state of the art of the custom racing bicycle. Each chapter covers a particular part of the bike, starting with frames, then moving on...
Colin J. Marsden
Following the massive success of the first edition, Colin J Marsden presents this fully up-to-date guide for all modern traction enthusiasts.
Engines of War tells the dramatic story of how the birth of the railways shaped how wars were fought and won, facilitating conflict on a previously unimaginable scale.
For millennia, the seaways have carried our goods, cultures and ideas, the terrors of war and the bounties of peace. Out of sight, in every corner of every sea, tiny...
Charles A. Haas; John P. Eaton
In her brief life the Titanic, at the time of her launch the world's largest man-made moving object, inspired huge excitement and speculation. This book chronicles various chapters in this...
At 10.41am on a Tuesday morning in September, the author boards the number 1A bus at Land's End in Cornwall. Forty-six buses and eleven days later he disembarks at John...
Most of the rural branch lines were built before the advent of motorised road transport and provided a vital lifeline for the communities served, but these lines inevitably declined. This...
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With expert advice on how to adjust your bike to fit you, how to clean it efficiently, and how to keep it running in top condition, this guide lets you...
A nostalgic guide to Britain's railways as they were just after the War.
Christian Wolmar's biggest paperback yet. Blood, Iron and Gold tells the dramatic story of the people and events that shaped the world's railways and how the railways changed the world.
Just what was it like to be alive in that marvellous post-war moment when innovative new British aircraft made their debut, and pilots were the rock stars of the age?...
John Bowen; Martin Robson
The second edition of a new, full-colour annual focusing on all facets of 'scratch-built' model shipbuilding, as well as related articles on restoration, archaeology, historical research...
This lavish new volume explores Britain's extensive railway heritage, offering a comprehensive history of their construction, use and subsequent preservation.
Mark Nelson provides readers with an insight into what can only be described as 'the most Beautiful Aircraft ever built'.