2 edition of Bradford tramways found in the catalog.
D. J. Croft
|Statement||D. J. Croft.|
|Series||Locomotion papers ;, no. 90|
|LC Classifications||HE4719.B72 C76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|LC Control Number||76356473|
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Bradford Buses – History. by Keith A. Jenkinson. Transport first reached Bradford in the form of railways, with the Leeds & Bradford Railway opening a station in Forster Square on 1 July , the Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway (L&YR) opening one at Drake Street on 9 May and the Great Northern Railway (GNR) commencing operation from Adolphus Street in D C WRIGHT & J A JOWITT: Victorian Bradford ( Bradford Libraries) Jack Reynolds: The Great Paternalist - Titus Salt & the Growth of 19thC Bradford ( M Temple Smith & Bradford University) D M COATES: Bradford City Tramways ( Wyvern Publications) Alan WHITAKER: Bradford's Railways Remembered ( Dalesman).
Mail coaches, and stage coaches also used this route. Horse buses were introduced around the s for public transport between Great Horton and Bradford, these were subsequently replaced by electric trams at the end of the century (Croft, D., , Bradford Tramways, pp3 and 4). This is the second of a new series of books that will cover the history of tramway operation in the British Isles. Focusing on Yorkshire and the North-East England, this book provides an overview of the history of tramways in the region from the s, when one of the pioneering horse trams that predated the Tramways Act of operated for a brief period in Darlington, through to .
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THE trams of Bradford are the focus of a new book which provides a glimpse of the city from the late 19th to midth century. Featuring over 40 images, Lost Tramways of England: Bradford is Author: Emma Clayton.
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This book is an illustrated history of Bradford City Tramways from to Glossy block spine paperback in excellent condition cm x 24cm ISBN Seller Inventory #.
This is a list of town tramway systems in the United Kingdom divided by constituent country and by regions of includes all tram systems, past and present.
Most of the tram systems operated on standard gauge (SG), 4 ft in (1, mm) or 3 ft 6 in (1, mm) track, although there were a small number of other gauges known, the track gauge is indicated in. Buy Bradford City Tramways, 1st by D.
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He is now a full-time author and editor as well as being a director and secretary of the Online Transport Archive. Bradford City Tramways - Ref: S Coates, D M. pages, illustrations, diagrams, tables, Dutch language, jacket, fine copy of a scarce book.
Price: £ The Haytor Granite Tramway And Stover Canal. Ref: S This is the second of a new series of books that will cover the history of tramway operation in the British Isles. Focusing on Yorkshire and the North-East of England, this book provides an overview of the history of tramways in the region from the s, when one of the pioneering horse trams that predated the Tramways Act of operated for a brief period in Darlington, Price: £ The LRTA store - for books and DVDs about tramways and for LRTA membership The postal address for book and DVD orders is now: LRTA Publications, 38 Wolseley Road, SALE M33 7AU UK Note: We regret that we currently are unable to accept Switch/Maestro cards.
Surface mail to the United States is taking at least 6 weeks to arrive. Focusing on Yorkshire and the North-East England, this book provides an overview of the history of tramways in the region from the s, when one of the pioneering horse trams that predated the Tramways Act of operated for a brief period in Darlington, through to the closures of the last traditional tramways - Leeds and Sheffield - in.
Bradford City Tramways Full title: Bradford City Tramways BZDB Railway, History, Bradford, City, Tram, Public, Transport, Yorkshire Railways. Paperback. Condition: Fine. Revised and Reprinted Edition. 84 pages. Steam Tramways of Denver Morris Cafky June ; The Colorado Eastern Railroad Charles S.
Ryland June ; Denver, Longmont and Northwestern B. (Billy Boyles June This is a center stapled book. Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/4 ". Seller Inventory # Bradford City Tramways by D M Coates.
Large softback published in by Wyvern Publications. pages illustrated throughout. Pages a little edge tanned, covers tanned, top corner creasing and curling to pages/covers. The final volume in the ‘Regional Tramways’ series focuses on the history of tram operation in the London area.
Starting the story with the pioneering horse tramways operated by George Francis Train in the s, the book narrates how the various horse, steam, cable and electric tramways evolved in the period leading up to the creation of the London Passenger Transport Board in Price: £ BRADFORD TRAMWAYS BOOK OF REFERENCE, GEORGE McGUIRE, TOWN CLERK, BRADFORD.
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Highly rated activities for a rainy day in Bradford: The top indoor things to do in Bradford. See Tripadvisor's 9, traveller reviews and photos of Bradford rainy day attractions. J Feather & Son: Bradford " by 5" 46pp, 16pp. SUMMARY A very scarce work exploring the history and opening of the tramways of Lidget Green Tramway, in Great Horton West Yorkshire.
A lovely piece of local history, perfect those with an interest in the tramways of England. Very Scarce. Overall Condition: Very Good. This book weighs KG Seller Rating: % positive. This is the fourth book in a series that covers the history of the tram systems of the British Isles post-war.
It covers the networks in Wales, the Isle of Man and Ireland. Peter Waller examines the history of the tramways in Ireland, Wales and on the Isle of Man.Although better known as a pioneer of trolleybus operation - Bradford played host to Britain's longest surviving trolleybus network (61 years) - the corporation operated a sizeable fleet of 4ft 0in gauge trams through to May As such, Bradford could lay claim to being the last 4ft 0in tram operator in Britain.June saw the publication of three titles in the Lost Tramways of England series: Brighton, Birmingham North and Birmingham South.
The first two titles in the Lost Tramways of Scotland series, Aberdeen and Dundee, publish February.