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The railway age in Ireland
by Ulster Folk and Transport Museum with Northern Ireland Railways
Written in English
|Statement||by Vera Gillespie ... (et al.).|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
Synopsis It is now over years since the first passenger railway in Ireland, the Dublin & Kingstown, opened for business in From modest beginnings, the railway network expanded over the next 70 years into almost every part of the country. At its greatest extent, the national network Reviews: 7. Ireland and railways - a long history, but also a history of misguided modernization, as the thriving network built in the 19th century was closed and dismantled in the name of "progress" (read: road traffic) in the second half of the 20th century.
First published in , this compact and useful book uses the earliest volumes of government-published statistics, and with the aid of computer-generated cartography, transforms the numbers there reported into an arrondissement-by-arrondissement comparative picture of French agriculture in the mids. About this Item: Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd. pp including index. This is an informal book covering the growth of suburbia, distribution of mails and the press, and much more. The author concludes with a look at the prospects for a new railway. 12 illustration so early railway posters.
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The first passenger railway in Ireland, the Dublin & Kingstown, opened for business in From modest beginnings, the railway network expanded over the next 70 years into almost every part of the country.
At its greatest extent, the national network consisted of /5(6). The Railway Age meant a revolution. Railways, with speed, capacity to move people and goods, and precision of operation far beyond any existing means of transport on land, transformed industry, social life, and whole areas of the countries they served; they changed politics, diplomacy, military strategy and the map of the world/5.
As Cyril Andrews explains in The Railway Age, the age of steam trains brought about fundamental transformations to the nation. It changed the landscape, demanded new engineering and technological advances, opened up new opportunities for commerce and, perhaps most importantly, ushered in changes to society as people now had the means to travel further, faster and easier than Author: Cyril Andrews.
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The railway age in Britain There were 6, miles of railway in Britain by Railways transformed travel for people in Britain.
This is the story of the railways, from George Stephenson and the. Its changed circumstances are pithily summarised in a valuation book record made in March J. Andrews, ‘Road planning in Ireland before the Railway Age’, Irish Geography 5 (1) ().
Broderick, The first toll roads: Ireland’s turnpike roads, – (Cork, ). This work tells the story of the railway age in Ireland. In the early 19th century, railway mania struck Ireland and the country was transformed.
The railways announced the end of agricultural life as it had been lived for centuries, facilitating the movement of population from the countryside. Is an option for customers who are in possession of Free Travel Pass, a valid standard class ticket(s), seasonal ticket(s), Taxsaver ticket(s) or InterRail to book onto a train in standard class.
Customers who have a valid standard class ticket but wish to upgrade to First Class should also use this selection. Depicting the golden age of railway travel, this book uses art as a medium of communication. the subjects and locations are wide ranging and capture the trains, passengers and history of.
Introduction: The Railway Age Railways in Britain have attracted a remarkably varied and comprehensive literary output which shows little sign of abatement at the present time. There is clearly a great deal of material provided for the railway enthusiast, particularly with regard to motive power, rolling stock and train services generally.
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A well-illustrated survey of the largest railway company in Ireland. £ Baker, Michael H C Rails Around Cork And Kerry: An Irish Railway Pictorial, IA,pp the railway age in ireland GILLESPIE Vera, KELLY, Vivien, WILSON, Derek, BROWN, Deirdre and ANDERSON, Andrew Published by Ulster Folk and Transport Museum ().
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£ 5d 20h. Railway Age The original Railway Age began in ; however, our library has only one annual volume from the years prior to its merging with Railroad Gazette in We have select volumes of the post-merger Railroad Age Gazette and Railway Age Gazette, which in became simply Railway Age.Try the new Google Books.
Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books. eBook - FREE. Get this book in print. AbeBooks; On Demand Books Railway Age, Volume Full view - Railway Age, Volume The book reviews and explains the shape of the developing railway network, beginning with the pre-steam railways and connections between existing road and water communications and the new rail lines.
The author also discusses the impact of the railways on the patterns of industrial, urban and rural change throughout the century.