129 books (7 pages) in this category
by BRIAN J DICKSON
Ron Buckley's evocative photographs reveal the story of steam in the East Midlands / East Anglia. Ron Buckley's photographs show the changing locomotive scene taking place from the later 1930s throughout the East Midlands and East Anglia, ...
by Wolfgang Langewiesche
by FRANK O. BRAYNARD
The splendor and tragedy of the legendary ""Titanic"" captured in dramatic photo and illustration cardsShe was ""unsinkable"" - a splendid monument to modern engineering and nautical design. But on her maiden voyage, during the night of April ...
by Thomas Eismin
The Fastest Cars of All Time
by John Lamm
Designers, engineers, racers, and celebrities weigh in to give you the comprehensive story of these incredible machines. ...
by Brenda Miller
by Ian Johnston
What is it about old tractors that is so fascinating and entrancing? The sounds and smells of these old relics? The hunt to find the rarest of models? Or simply the memories such machines evoke? The Magic of Old Tractors explores this intriguing
The Biography of Ken Thomas - Founder of Thomas Nationwide Transport
by David Wilcox
This book is the biography of Ken Thomas, 1913 - 1997, and tells the story of his huge contribution to the development of Australian transport in the second half of the 20th century. In 1946, Ken bought a 5 ton truck and started out in the ...
Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future
by Daniel Sperling
<p><b>Policy recommendations from transportation experts for the coming electric, shared, and autonomous vehicle revolution</b></p><p>In <i>Three Revolutions</i>, transportation expert Dan Sperling and his collaborators share research-based ...
by Mark Ovenden
<i>Transit Maps of the World</i> is the first and only comprehensive collection of historic and current maps of every urban train system on earth. Celebrating the diversity of way-finding across the planet, Mark Ovenden traces the ...
by JARRETT P
by Mike Thomas
by Mike Thomas
by DON C. SEITZ
Riveting account traces careers of buccaneers of many nationalities across two centuries and around the globe - from the West Indies to the South Seas. True stories of such notorious brigands as Captain Kidd and Edward (Blackbeard) Teach, as ...
by PATRICK MYLON
'Old reliable' White Star liner Olympic revealed as never before. RMS Olympic was created during a period of intense competition between the north Atlantic shipping lines. Sister ship to the ill- fated Titanic and the all-too-briefly successful
by JEFF VINTER
If you have ever wondered where you can explore Britain's lost railway network, then this book is for you! While many old railways have been sold to private owners, there is now a growing network of several thousand miles which one can explore,
by JOHN MACGREGOR
Riveting tale of a 1,500-mile voyage on a 21-foot sailboat in 1867, undertaken in response to a ""Boat Exhibition"" and regatta staged by Napoleon III to encourage the youth of France to explore the rivers and streams of their native land. This ...
by Robert Buck