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Book Launch – The Belfast Urban Motorway

I was looking forward to the The Belfast Urban Motorway book launch but wasn’t sure what to expect from the event, which included a talk. However, the idea of a major unrealised road scheme in Belfast, Northern Ireland seemed i...
 
 
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Irish Vintage Scene Issue 94 March 2014
Irish Vintage Scene Issue 94 March 2014
Irish Vintage Scene Issue 94 March 2014

Irish Vintage Scene Issue 94 March 2014

The March 2014 edition of Irish Vintage Scene (Issue 94) is on sale now, and as usual is packed with a wide variety of interesting features. On the cover this month is a Borgward Isabella Coupe; “a Borgward what”, we hear you a...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Great Western Railway Road Vehicles

Always at the forefront of new railway technology it is less well known that GWR were also operators of a massive fleet of road vehicles. A must for railway and road enthusiasts, this book and the second part (Great Western Rai...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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LMS Railway Road Vehicles

Chronicling the development of the LMS road vehicle fleet, this book covers a fascinating variety of vehicle types and operations. Using a large selection of official company photographs and recalling the personal experiences o...
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Irish Vintage Scene Issue 84 May 2013
Irish Vintage Scene Issue 84 May 2013
Irish Vintage Scene Issue 84 May 2013

Irish Vintage Scene Issue 84 May 2013

The May 2013 issue of Irish Vintage Scene (Issue 84) is, as always, packed full with a varied selection of top-quality features. On the cover this month is one of the most recognisable classic sports cars of all time. In fact, ...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Farewell the Derry Road, Eric T Challoner
Farewell the Derry Road, Eric T Challoner
Farewell the Derry Road, Eric T Challoner

Farewell the Derry Road

The 'Derry Road' was the 75 mile Great Northern Railway route between Portadown and Londonderry. It was a busy railway, serving the major towns of Dungannon, Omagh, Newtownstewart and Strabane, and many smaller places in betwee...