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Rails Around the World - Two Centuries of Trains and Locomotives by Brian Solomon
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Rails Around the World is a visually glorious history depicting trains and locomotives at work in scenic locations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.
Greatest British Railway Journeys by Freemantle (Mi Portillo)
It is now over a decade since the much-loved Great British Railway Journeys series set off on its incredible run discovering the cultural, social and engineering landscape of the United Kingdom through the prism of George Bradshaw's Handbook to rail travel. Veteran politician and ex cabinet minister Mic ...Show more
Three-Wheeling Downunder by Don Jessen
From being something of an oddity rarely seen on our roads, three-wheeled vehicles have truly come of age in recent years. They have become the recreational vehicle of choice for many men and women across Australia and New Zealand. The reasons for their increasing popularity? The feeling of the wind in ...Show more
Giants of Steam: The Great Men and Machines of Railways' Golden Age by Jonathan Glancey
Jonathan Glancey is a lifelong steam enthusiast who has oiled, fired and driven, as well as watched and listened to, steam locomotives around the world. In Giants of Steam, he turns his enthusiastic and knowledgeable attention to the thrilling story of the last, and greatest, generation of steam railway ...Show more
The World's Great Rail Journeys by Brian Solomon
Each journey is accompanied by a route map and is described in terms of the technical challenges of the construction of the track as well as the stunning views to be seen while travelling on the trains. Some of the railway journeys featured include the Harz narrow-gauge railway in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany ...Show more
An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Locomotives: Locomotives by Colin Garratt; Rodgers Nigel
From the early years of steam power to today's awe-inspiring high-speed passenger trains, this book spans nearly two centuries of locomotive history. It covers the first designs of the 1830s, early North American freight trains, the golden age of railways from 1900-1950, the crossover from steam power t ...Show more
Australian Riverboats: A Pictorial History by Peter Christopher
This book brings together a unique collection of photos, sketches and accounts of the life of river communities. It is not just a book for riverboat enthusiasts, it is for anyone with an interest in social history.
The Passion for Utes - An Australian Obsession by Joel Wakely
To complement his fully illustrated history of utes in Australia, Joel Wakely has gathered together dozens of fascinating stories about many of the models that various Australian manufacturers (and indeed some overseas ones too) have produced since the early 20th century. Joel tells the whole story of u ...Show more
The Motorcycle Design Art Desire by Guilfoyle Ultan
An essential and compelling exploration of the design, history, and culture of the motorcycle - an icon of the machine age Motorcycles are ubiquitous in the world's streets and cities, evolving over decades in engineering and design to meet individual transportation needs. With the coming demise of the ...Show more
Holden Days: From the Original 48-215 FX to the 1966 HR by Don Loffler
If Holden Days was all in pictures with brief captions, it would still be a book to cherish, but Don Loffler uses individual memories to create a rich social history of Australia from 1948 right through until now as Holden owners relive their stories.
Concept Cars: Designing for the Future by Richard Dredge
Concept Cars is an illustrated guide to 70 of the most creative products of car design. From the science fiction inspired concept cars of the 1950s to the remarkably innovative designs of the present day, here are the cars that push the boundaries of automotive design to the limit. Featured are designs ...Show more