World Railway Journeys: Discover 50 Of The World's Greatest Railways

World Railway Journeys: Discover 50 Of The World's Greatest Railways by Julian Holland
ISBN
9780008163570
Published
Released
23 / 05 / 2016
Binding
Paperback
Pages
304
Dimensions
148 x 210 x 19mm

Take a journey around the world by rail, from the American Rockies to the Australian outback, covering 50 routes from 35 countries. Detailed commentary on the geography and history of each line, from leading railways expert Julian Holland, is complemented by prestigious Times mapping and beautiful photography.Railway journeys include;

• Le Petit Train Jaune in the Pyrenees featuring France’s highest railway station.

• Cape Town to Kimberley in South Africa a feat of late Victorian engineering through the Hex River Mountains and across the Karoo Desert.
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Take a journey around the world by rail, from the American Rockies to the Australian outback, covering 50 routes from 35 countries. Detailed commentary on the geography and history of each line, from leading railways expert Julian Holland, is complemented by prestigious Times mapping and beautiful photography.Railway journeys include;
• Le Petit Train Jaune in the Pyrenees featuring France’s highest railway station.
• Cape Town to Kimberley in South Africa a feat of late Victorian engineering through the Hex River Mountains and across the Karoo Desert.
• Qinghai-Tibet Railway in China contains the highest railway, tunnel and station in the world.
• Trans-Australian Railway in Australia contains the world’s longest stretch of dead straight track.
• Cumbres & Toltec Railroad in USA takes passengers on an awe-inspiring scenic 64-mile journey through the Rocky Mountains along the Colorado-New Mexico border.
• La Trochita in Argentina where original oil-fired steam locomotives travel along a narrow gauge railway in the shadow of the Andes Mountains.
ISBN:
9780008163570
Publication Date:
23 / 05 / 2016
Pages:
304
Dimensions:
148 x 210 x 19mm

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