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1917 SUPERB WESTERN MARYLAND RAILWAY STOCK ENGRAVED 1917 (ISSUE DATE 1930

1917 SUPERB WESTERN MARYLAND RAILWAY STOCK ENGRAVED 1917 (ISSUE DATE 1930's-50's) OUR EXCLUSIVE! RARE! CV $125 100 SHARES Crisp About UncirculatedASIN: B07BBS2T72 /
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  • Great Western Railway of Canada: Southern Ontario

    Great Western Railway of Canada: Southern Ontario's Pioneer RailwayASIN: 1459732820 /
  • ASIN: 1459732820
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    Modelling the Great Western Branch Lines

    Modelling the Great Western Branch LinesASIN: B07NHB7PSS /
  • ASIN: B07NHB7PSS
  • Night Trains: The Rise and Fall of the Sleeper

    Night Trains: The Rise and Fall of the SleeperASIN: B01K7Z7L68 /
  • ASIN: B01K7Z7L68
  • One Track Mind: Photographic Essays on Western Railroading (Masters of Railroad Photography)

    One Track Mind: Photographic Essays on Western Railroading (Masters of Railroad Photography)ASIN: 1550462733 /
  • Brand: Brand: Boston Mills Press
  • ASIN: 1550462733
  • Sams Shopping 06022001 Centenary of Western Railway HQ Building Churchgate Mumbai Rs 15 Stamp

    Sams Shopping 06022001 Centenary of Western Railway HQ Building Churchgate Mumbai Rs 15 StampASIN: B07SBY85HT /
  • Brand: Sams Shopping
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  • Part No: 2001-1819

    Railroad Train Patent Prints - Set of 6 (8 inches x 10 inches) Photos Locomotive Railway

    Railroad Train Patent Prints - Set of 6 (8 inches x 10 inches) Photos Locomotive RailwayASIN: B071ZBV99G /
  • Brand: BigWig Prints
  • ASIN: B071ZBV99G
  • UPC: 782398988381
  • Part No: 14200100

    A register of Great Western Railway absorbed coaching stock, 1922-3

    A register of Great Western Railway absorbed coaching stock, 1922-3ASIN: B007F6HZWS /
  • ASIN: B007F6HZWS
  • Great We Tea, Coffee Mugs Funny Girf For Holiday.

    Great We Tea, Coffee Mugs Funny Girf For Holiday.ASIN: B07V585DXR /
  • Color: White
  • Brand: shopankit
  • ASIN: B07V585DXR
  • Chicago & North Western Railway RR Timetable 5/16 1966

    Chicago & North Western Railway RR Timetable 5/16 1966ASIN: B07S3Q1HDW /
  • ASIN: B07S3Q1HDW
  • Modelling the Midland Region from 1948

    Modelling the Midland Region from 1948ASIN: B07LGZT32F /
  • ASIN: B07LGZT32F
  • Bachmann Trains Thomas And Friends - Edward Engine With Moving Eyes

    Bachmann Trains Thomas And Friends - Edward Engine With Moving EyesASIN: B000N2K68Q /
  • Brand: Bachmann Trains
  • ASIN: B000N2K68Q
  • UPC: 022899587462
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    Streight

    Streight's Foiled Raid on the Western & Atlantic Railroad : Emma Sansom's Courage and Nathan Bedford Forrest's PursuitCategory: Western Railway StockIn the spring of 1863, Union colonel Abel D. Streight sought to raid and destroy parts of the vital span of the Western and Atlantic Railroad in north Georgia with his mule-riding infantry brigade. Determined to thwart the potentially deadly attack, Confederate general Nathan Bedford Forrest fervently pursued Streight's forces. With the help of unlikely ally fifteen-year-old Emma Sansom of Gadson, Alabama, Forrest falsely convinced Streight he was vastly outnumbered, foiled the raid and forced Streight's surrender. Brandon H. Beck details Streight's dubious plan and the exciting story of a running battle between hunter and quarry that colors history from the hills of northeast Mississippi to the heart of Georgia.

    The Chicago Great Western Railway

    The Chicago Great Western RailwayCategory: Western Railway StockThe Chicago Great Western Railway (CGW) was a Midwestern line that operated in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, Kansas, and Nebraska for 83 years. This book provides nostalgic images and photographs of the operations, employees, locomotives, and stations of a little railroad that is now only a memory.

    Railroads of Western Texas : San Antonio to El Paso

    Railroads of Western Texas : San Antonio to El PasoCategory: Western Railway StockThe Southern Pacific Railroad was the second transcontinental line built in America, and the first that was open year-round. Railroads of Western Texas brings to life the days of frontier towns, the open range, and the building of the state of Texas. This part of the state's railroad history includes politicians and movie stars, train wrecks and robberies, shoot-outs and gun-running. Railroads of Western Texas reveals engaging stories of San Antonio and El Paso during their boomtown years. It tells of the creation of communities out of whole cloth including Hondo, Sanderson, Marfa, and Sierra Blanca. Other towns-villages really-blossomed when the iron rails came through: Uvalde, Del Rio, Alpine, Valentine, and Judge Roy Bean's town Langtry (the man known as The Law West of the Pecos ). The railroad featured the third highest bridge in the world (the High Bridge over the Pecos River), and the fourth largest man-made lake in the United States (Medina Lake). These rails carried men and munitions during the Spanish American War and the Punitive Expedition, and many more\ during the First and Second World Wars."

    New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad in New Jersey

    New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad in New JerseyCategory: Western Railway StockOriginally incorporated in 1881, the New York, Susquehanna & Western Railroad has had a long history in New Jersey. The railroad expanded by the early 1890s into the thriving Pennsylvania coalfields and eventually grew to over 200 miles of trackage in the northern portion of New Jersey. Always viewed as an underdog in a marketplace surrounded by much larger railroads, the New York, Susquehanna & Western emerged from 40 years of Erie Railroad control; survived several bankruptcies, reorganizations, abandonments, and retrenchments through innovative passenger and freight service offerings; and transformed into today s regional rail carrier with a size far greater than ever imagined."

    The Western Maryland Railway: Baltimore to Cumberland & the New Line

    The Western Maryland Railway: Baltimore to Cumberland & the New LineCategory: Western Railway StockThis book covers the history of the Western Maryland Railway.

    Lambourn Valley Railway: Stations of the Great Western Railway GWR - eBook

    Lambourn Valley Railway: Stations of the Great Western Railway GWR - eBookCategory: Western Railway StockA charming history of one of the long closed rural branch lines on the Great Western Railway. The Lambourn Valley was one of the most quintessentially English branch lines in the days of steam.The Lambourn Valley Railway was born as an independent little railway that ran from Newbury up Berkshire’s scenic Lambourn Valley to Lambourn. On the way it passed through 9 rural stations and ran through beautiful countryside.In this book we learn when the line was built and why. The impact the railway had on the surrounding area is explained and the type of freight and passengers that used the station are explained. We also learn about the locomotives, rolling stock, directors, staff and equipment of the railway line.In 1905 the LVR was taken over by the GWR and the entire branch line was upgraded and brought to GWR standards. The line remained open until 1964, but is now closed, the tracks lifted and the stations gone.This book is a moving and thoughtful evocation of the days of steam.The Lambourn Valley Railway is part of the Stations of the Great Western Railway collection published by Bretwalda BooksAbout the AuthorCharles D’Arvelle is a railway enthusiast who has a particular fascination with closed branch lines. He has spent many happy hours tracing the locations of closed stations, abanoned sidings and lost railway tracks. He declares it is a great way to get out and explore the British countryside.

    Report of the President and the Executive Committee of the Toledo, Wabash, and Western Railroad Company to the Stock and Bondholders

    Report of the President and the Executive Committee of the Toledo, Wabash, and Western Railroad Company to the Stock and BondholdersCategory: Western Railway StockReport of the President and the Executive Committee of the Toledo, Wabash, and Western Railroad Company to the Stock and Bondholders

    Great Western Railway of Canada - eBook

    Great Western Railway of Canada - eBookCategory: Western Railway StockA look back on the brief and spectacular history of Canada’s Great Western Railway.This book chronicles the genesis and all-too-brief existence of one of Canada’s greatest early railways, the Great Western Railway of Canada (1853–1882), a major precursor to the Canadian National Rail system.Today, the Great Western Railway of Canada is a little-known historic line, overlooked even by many railway aficionados. But it was truly a railway ahead of its time. It was a pioneer in combining land- and water-based transportation, including the introduction of river car-ferries and passenger/freight steamships on the Great Lakes. It made waves of a different kind with its acquisition of the American-owned railway linking Detroit, Grand Haven, and Milwaukee. And its mammoth workshops were industrial monuments in Hamilton and London, Ontario, where inventive geniuses laboured to supply the booming rail trade of southern Ontario.It was the ancestor of some of the most heavily used rail lines in all of Canada. This book has been written to do justice to a railway that truly must be considered one of Canada’s trailblazing lines. Amply illustrated with previously unpublished photographs and a thorough historical record of the Great Western Railway’s locomotives and rolling stock, it offers a ride back in time into the vanishing history of early Ontario railroading.

    A History of the Great Western Railway - eBook

    A History of the Great Western Railway - eBookCategory: Western Railway StockThe story of the most iconic railway company of the great age of steam. The initials ‘GWR’ conjure an evocative picture of a Brunswick green locomotive hauling tea-and-cream-coloured coaches through a verdant West Country landscape. However, the GWR was not just engines and trains. In this comprehensive history, Colin Maggs, one of the country’s foremost railway historians, tells of other, perhaps less well-known aspects of the company’s history: its construction and expansion; the activities of its publicity department; and its sea, air and road services. It was a caring, cradle-to-the-grave employer and at Swindon even provided a hospital, school, baths and recreational facilities. These and other fascinating aspects of the company are all revealed in this accessible book, illustrated with over 100 photographs and period posters, many in colour.

    Women and the Great Western Railway - eBook

    Women and the Great Western Railway - eBookCategory: Western Railway StockThe Great Western Railway struggled with what was called 'the women question' for many years. It had heartily agreed with The Railway Sheet and Official Gazette that 'the first aim of women's existence is marriage, that accomplished, the next is ordering her home'. Yet women were the cheapest form of labour, apart from young girls, presenting the company with a dilemma and the GWR finally succumbed to allowing women to work after heavy external pressures. Using over 100 pictures, Swindon author Rosa Matheson traces the development of this problematic relationship, from its beginnings in the 1870s when women were employed as sewers and netters at Swindon Works, through the changes wrought by the two world wars and entry of women into railway offices - fiercely opposed by the company and by the unions and many men who resented sharing the lowly paid but prestigious title of 'clerk' with women. The book also uses many original documents and forms as well as written and oral testimonies providing first-hand insights into the women's experiences.

    Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad

    Chicago & Western Indiana RailroadCategory: Western Railway StockThe Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad was a short line running 16 miles. One line ran from downtown Chicago to Dolton, Illinois; the other running from Eighty-First Street to the Indiana state line. After World War II, changes in passenger travel and shipping meant that the need for rail access into downtown Chicago declined. The C&WI ended its service in 1994.

    Steam Workshops of the Great Western Railway - eBook

    Steam Workshops of the Great Western Railway - eBookCategory: Western Railway StockThe nineteenth century was a time of innovation and expansion across the industrial landscape, and nowhere more so than on the railways, as the new age of iron, steel and steam, literally, gathered pace. At the head of the race up was the iconic Great Western Railway. As this mighty corporation grew, it absorbed an astonishing 353 railway companies. Many of them had their own workshops, depots and manufacturing, often assembling locomotives to the designs of other companies. All these, along with the various designs, became the responsibility of the GWR on takeover, and followed its standardisation of components where this was possible. These works became the beating heart of the GWR’s vast empire, where majestic engines were built and maintained by some of the most skillful and inventive engineers of the day.Retired GWR railwayman Ken Gibbs presents a comprehensive portrait of the works from Brunel to the final days of steam in the mid-twentieth century, and beyond to the rediscovery and renovation of many of the workshops for their unique heritage.

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    Great Western Railway stock, 1960's - Film 1146

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    Amateur home movie. British Rail era, but Great Western Railway stock. GWR railway, circa 1960. Teignmouth, Dawlish, Swindon works, red hot steel rails come out of forge. Plymouth. Oxford? Locomotives 4920 Dumbleton Hall and unidentified number xx27. The Royal Duchy in a double-header train Engine 1023 The County of Oxford with men standing in front. It was withdrawn from service in March 1963

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    The Midland & Great Western Railway S2 Ep.17: Money can't buy everything Part 2

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    *DISCLAIMER: This episode is to showcase why I don't, and for the foreseeable future, will never record my series in TSX mode. A video on that will be coming soon.* The engines and Mr. George try to find a solution to Mr. Robinson's scheme. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/western_region_productions/

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