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Along UTA Lines: Ulster's Rail Network in the 1960s

Along UTA Lines: Ulster's Rail Network in the 1960s (Paperback)

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"Along UTA Lines" is a picture album which gives a detailed portrait of the infrastructure of the railway network in Northern Ireland a few years before the creation of NIR. The book features many of the buildings, bridges and signalling systems which were swept away in the modernisation of the 1980s and 1990s. It is illustrated in black and white with a colour section, with most pictures drawn from the McCutcheon archive at the Department of the Environment. Detailed captions give the full history of each station. The photographs are arranged logically by route.

TransportTrains & railways: general interestTransportTransport technology & tradesRailway technology, engineering & trades Publisher: Colourpoint Books Publication Date: 01/10/2009 ISBN-13: 9781906578497  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Ian McLarnon Sinclair is from Bangor, Co Down and has been a lifelong railway enthusiast. As a student of the Ulster Polytechnic (now University of Ulster) he worked for five summers on Northern Ireland Railways in its Signals and Telegraphs department. He is employed by BBC NI and has produced a number of radio documentaries on transport subjects. He is a former member of North Down Borough Council, where he took an active interest in transport issues, and was also closely involved in the recent 'Save Our Railways' campaign in Northern Ireland.

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