This text celebrates 150 years of the London Midland and Scottish Railway retelling in words and pictures the full story, from the earliest beginnings with the opening of the London and Birmingham line through the problem-ridden years following the amalgamation in 1923 to 1998. The book presents the story with contributions from experts in all fields including many who worked on the line, and explores the ramifications of what was once the world's largest commercial organization.Bkd. Ad) Tram Bkd. Aet 110 171 3 33| IRELAND The LMS was as much part of the Irish ... and simultaneously a coloured light appears on the line diagram, this moving forward (as the control officer) receives advice of the traina#39;s progress ... it is a picture reminiscent of ... There was a story, perhaps apocryphal, of a driver advising Control that his engine was a complete failure, having dropped a lead plug.
|Author||:||Patrick Bruce Whitehouse, David St. John Thomas|
|Publisher||:||David & Charles Publishers - 1987-01-01|