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The Dalmunzie Railway

Author : Roderick Dingwall
ISBN : 1840337729
Genre : Narrow gauge railroads
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Category: Narrow gauge railroads

Industrial Locomotives Railways Of Scotland

Author : Gordon Edgar
ISBN : 9781445649436
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 32.59 MB
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Explores the industrial and minor railways of Scotland. Following on from 'Industrial Locomotives & Railways of North East England', Gordon Edgar uses his excellent collection of photographs to explore these fascinating railways and their locomotives.
Category: Transportation

The Railway Magazine

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ISBN : UOM:39015013031573
Genre : Railroad companies
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Category: Railroad companies

The North Of Scotland

Author : John Thomas
ISBN : UVA:X001592133
Genre : Railroads
File Size : 27.94 MB
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Category: Railroads

Scot Easy

Author : Wilfred Taylor
ISBN : STANFORD:36105048578715
Genre : Scotland
File Size : 36.42 MB
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Category: Scotland

Walking The Munros Vol 1 Southern Central And Western Highlands

Author : Steve Kew
ISBN : 9781783624300
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 63.3 MB
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This guidebook presents 69 challenging and inspiring routes to climb 139 Munro mountains, including Scotland's highest peak, Ben Nevis. Part of a two-part set, this first volume covers the southern, central and western Highlands (south of the Great Glen), taking in stunning areas such as Glen Coe, Glen Shee, Lochaber and Mull. Covering popular and lesser-known routes, it is ideal both for Munro-baggers and those who simply love great mountain walking, and is a convenient size for slipping in a rucksack. The half-day and full-day walks and scrambles range from 7km to 48km (with the option to reduce walking distance on some of the longer routes by cycling the approach). Detailed route description and 1:100,000 mapping is accompanied by information on difficulty, mapping, parking, access and nearby accommodation. The guide also includes handy lists of Munros, by height and alphabetically - perfect for peak-baggers - as well as useful details on Gaelic names. Including the iconic Ben Nevis, Buachaille Etive Mòr and Aonach Eagach ridge as well as the Mamores, Grey Corries and Arrochar Alps, Walking the Munros volume 1 is an ideal companion to conquering the Munros and discovering the magnificent mountain landscapes of the southern Highlands. Volume 2 details the other 143 Munros, covering the northern Highlands, Cairngorms and Isle of Skye.
Category: Sports & Recreation

British Humanities Index

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105129756495
Genre : Periodicals
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A City S Architecture

Author : William Alvis Brogden
ISBN : 9781351962681
Genre : Political Science
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When considering the successful design of cities, the focus tends to be on famous examples such as Paris or Rome, with equally successful but smaller and more remote examples being ignored. In addition, the more diffuse patterns of settlement of the north and western parts of Europe are hardly considered at all in comparison to the tightly formed urban centres of the Mediterranean. However, the diffuse town/region is typical of our time, whatever the location. By analysing the development of a successful small city of ancient foundation which grew from a diffuse long settled and dense landscape, then demonstrated a slow growth as a tight urban form before an early adoption of the designed landscape as "town" lessons can be learned. These lessons may be useful in addressing the nature and growth of any city or city/region. The story of Aberdeen is just such an example. Not only are the materials for its long history present, its relations and concerns with the wider world are also well attested, and many of the ideas which directed or significantly impinged on the design of cities were tested there, or had their origin there. As its form accumulated and developed over such a long time Aberdeen also suggests the idea of an architecture of the city. This book examines the development and design of a city from three inescapable aspects: its location and character of the landscape; its own particular history of development; and its cultural responses to various waves of thought.
Category: Political Science