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Making Tracks

Author : Iain Docherty
ISBN : 9780429834646
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1999, this book contains case studies of rail transport policy-making in two UK Passenger Transport Authority areas and reviews the factors informing such policy-making. It contributes to transport geography by explaining why the actual policies implemented in Starthclyde and Merseyside were pursued, and to the continuing development of the political science theory of ‘the urban policy regime’ by analysing the differences in policy development attributable to the different ‘city-regional’ (Strathclyde) and ‘public choice’ (Merseyside) geographical structures of local governance. The book demonstrates that these differences in the spatial organisation of local institutions play a powerful role in determining the operation of the local ‘regime’ of policy-makers, the form of final policy outputs, and the level of public accountability achieved.
Category: Social Science

Making Tracks

Author : Peter Saxton
ISBN : 9781782433323
Genre : Transportation
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Cherished, admired and frequently used as an excuse for lateness, the railways occupy a special place in our hearts. Trains are not just a practical mode of transport, but also a way of tracing our social history over the past 150 years, from technological progress and design to cultural change and the impact they have had on our landscape. Full of facts, trivia and anecdotes, this engaging miscellany looks at the heyday of the railways around the world, chronicling the shift from steam trains to diesel and electric and the challenge of running during two world wars. A broad range of aspects is covered, from the types of trains and services, key people and station architecture, to station pets, accidents and crime, and the depiction of the railways in literature and art. Chock-full of information, this miscellany is perfect for railway enthusiasts, history buffs or those who would like to learn more about this fascinating form of transport that is so often taken for granted.
Category: Transportation

Making Tracks

Author : Dennis C. Benson
ISBN : 0687230500
Genre : Religion
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The author presents a series of reflections and Biblical paraphrases which have enriched his life while running.
Category: Religion

Making Tracks For Jesus

Author : P. A. Cooks
ISBN : 1452087911
Genre : Self-Help
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Making Tracks for Jesus is a completely, integrated, inspirational-centered approach to releasing the God given potential trapped within you. If you have been frustrated by your dreams, ideas and visions, this book will activate your hidden treasures and ignite the wheels of your spiritual productivity. It will release a path to personal fulfillment, purpose and efficiency. This bookimposes an array of thoughts that inspires one to be close to family and loved ones. It is a compilation of short stories and poems about life's tribulation. Furthermore, this book contains salutations,addresses for special ocassions, annual days, spirited welcomes and responses with general presentations and introductions. A 'must have' for ministers, leaders, church workers, libraries, speakers, and followers of Christ. This author has written this book from his past experiences and involvements with a consortium of churches from Louisiana to California. These inspirational works can be useful to those who never tire in kingdom building to bring forward God's work.
Category: Self-Help

Making Tracks

Author : Debbie Harry
ISBN : 0306808587
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From the depths of the Bowery to international renown as the hottest rock group in the world, Blondie's phenomenal success is chronicled by its lead singer, Debbie Harry.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Making Tracks

Author : Ulitarra Conservation Society
ISBN : 0646356771
Genre : Coffs Harbour Region (N.S.W.)
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Category: Coffs Harbour Region (N.S.W.)

Making Tracks

Author : Adrienne Wolfert
ISBN : 1893110168
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In 1934, in the midst of the Depression, fourteen-year-old Harry James Harmony runs away to find his father who has traveled to Chicago in search of work.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Making Tracks

Author : Gregory O'Donoghue
ISBN : 1901233731
Genre : Poetry
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The title poem in this new collection records a journey to a graveyard where two lovers go to pay respects to their dead. Journeys and love are recurrent motifs as the book travels between its opening and closing elegies. The accuracy of the accounts, the movement -- akin to that of a train, whether old-fashioned or state-of-the-art -- is always stunning, and the thoughtfulness behind the poems is a welcome event in Irish poetry.
Category: Poetry

Making Tracks

Author : Helen Orme
ISBN : 184167155X
Genre : Children's stories
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The girls are off to spend a day at the local wetland centre. Things begin to get interesting when Rachel finds strange prints in the mud. What made the prints? It looks as if dinosaurs are still alive. The girls are on the track of something strange. Kelly is not impressed when they find the answer.Making Tracks is part of the Siti's Sisters Series, in a set of six light-hearted fiction books designed to have particular appeal to girls. Siti and her friends are four girls who experience all sorts of life issues in this engrossing series. They are ideal for touching the hearts of young girls and always a great read. Each fast moving story is around 1200 - 1500 words in length, with tightly controlled vocabulary and contemporary black and white illustrations throughout to help readers engage and follow the narrative.Published by Ransom Publishing, the books are designed to appeal to reluctant readers ages 9 to 10 with a reading age of 7. There are a further 18 books in the series which build up reading skills and stamina. In the other sets in the series Siti and her sisters gradually grow up and the storylines develop into those suitable for young teenage girls.
Category: Children's stories