The former wartime airfield at Silverstone is Britain's most important motor racing circuit and is best known as the home of the British Grand Prix, which was first...
What's so scary about the Bermuda Triangle? Why does airline food taste so bad? And how do you make the perfect paper dart? This title deals with these questions.
"Taxi drivers start the day with nothing more than hope and a full tank of diesel. After the first passenger has been dropped off the search has to continue. In...
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Great Britain: Department for...
A striking photographic record of how the Beeching cuts and modernisation saw our grand terminal stations, soaring viaducts and cavernous locomotive works wiped from the landscape.
William H. Miller; Brian Hawley
Painted in shades of green and known affectionately as the 'Green Goddess', Cunard's Caronia of 1949 ushered in the era of modern cruising. Designed almost exclusively for an untapped passenger...
Trevor Thom; Peter Godwin
A travel companion celebrating the treasures of our railway heritage from one of Britain's most knowledgeable railway writers.
Daniel Klistorner; Steve Hall; Bruce...
with Bruce Beveridge, Scott Andrews and Art Braunschweiger
With fuel costs and parking charges forever rising, it's no wonder consumers are turning towards cheaper forms of travel. Enter the twist-and-go scooter! It is cheap to run, fun to...
In a London dining room in 1907, the chairmen of the White Star Line and the Belfast shipbuilder Harland & Wolff gathered round a table to discuss the construction of...
Michael Embacher; Paul Smith
An homage to the beauty of two wheels, this title is a celebration of the best bicycles designed over the past 90 years. It includes classic racing bikes that been...
A guide to Europe's rail network on the very brink of the First World War. Published in 1913, it is divided into three sections: timetables for services covering the continent...
Trevor Thom; Peter Godwin
From 1945 to 1990 car engineers and designers behind the Iron Curtain worked not to the whims and fancies of motorists but to the plans and diktats of government bureaucrats...
Lionel Burrell; Jonathan Wood
Sales of over half a million made the MGB Britain's most successful ever sports car. Fifty years on from the MGB's introduction, in 1962, its classic lines, affordability, fun factor...