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Author Wragg, David W.,
Title Southern Rail handbook, 1923-1947
The Southern Railway handbook : the Southern railway 1923-47 / David Wragg.
Imprint Stroud : The History Press, 2017.

Author Wragg, David W.,
Subject Southern Railway (Great Britain) -- History.
Railroads -- England, Southern -- History.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
Note Originally published: as The Southern Rail handbook, 1923-1947. Sparkford, Haynes, 2011.
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Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction to the 2017 Edition; Introduction -- Railways in the South; 1. The Ancestors; 2. The London Termini; 3. Southern Destinations; 4. A New Railway for a New Era; 5. The Managers; 6. The 'Sparks Effect' -- Electrification; 7. Steam Twilight; 8. Closures, New Lines and Junctions; 9. 'ACE' and the 'Belles'; 10. Selling the Southern; 11. Shipping Services; 12. Road Transport and Feeder Services; 13. Air Services and Airports; 14. Accidents; 15. Railways at War; 16. Railways under Attack; 17. Deliverance and Nationalisation.
18. What Might Have BeenAppendices:; I Locomotive Headcodes; II Station Name Changes Post-Grouping; III Locomotives Inherited by the Southern Railway in 1923; IV Southern Railway Locomotives; V Electric Rolling Stock; VI Utility Stock and Beyond; VII Maps of the Southern Electric; Bibliography.
ISBN 9780750985062 (ePub ebook)
0750985062 (ePub ebook)
9780750982757 (pbk.)
OCLC # 1006343067
Additional Format Print version : 9780750982757

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