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Industrial LocomotivesRailways of Eastern England ❮KINDLE❯ ❆ Industrial LocomotivesRailways of Eastern England Author Gordon Edgar – Thomashillier.co.uk The fourth volume in the regional series of books examining the industrial locomotives and railways of England, Wales and Scotland, this volumes covers the counties of Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, The fourth volume in of Eastern PDF Æ the regional series of books examining the industrial locomotives and railways of England, Wales and Scotland, this volumes covers the counties of Essex, Cambridgeshire, Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire It may be assumed that this region was not industrialized on a particularly broad scale, but, on the contrary, there are many surprises to be found hidden within these pages Certainly the broadening Thames Estuary stretching east from Purfleet, the point Industrial LocomotivesRailways PDF/EPUB ² of the crossing of the Queen Elizabeth Bridge over the River Thames, saw much industrial development along its banks The chalk deposits exploited in Kent were also to be found in a large area to the north of the Thames and the railways once to be found in the Thurrock and Barrington areas will be covered The significance of the Barrington Cement Works in Cambridgeshire having been the last industrial quarry railway system to LocomotivesRailways of Eastern PDF ´ survive in the country, with its own independent light railway, is explored here in great detail Extensive quality silica sand extraction took place, and still does today, in an area east of King s Lynn The seasonal sugar beet crop fed several strategically located sugar mills dotted about the region and narrow gauge railways served gravel pits, numerous brickworks around Peterborough, sea and land drainage defence work, and even a prison Additionally, the usually expected railway interfaces supporting oil, coal and petroleum distribution and small engineering establishments were to be found, but a railway sleeper creosoting plant was an exception Here, Edgar offers an insight into a region whose rich railway history is often underappreciated.

    Free Unlimited eBook area east of King s Lynn The seasonal sugar beet crop fed several strategically located sugar mills dotted about the region and narrow gauge railways served gravel pits, numerous brickworks around Peterborough, sea and land drainage defence work, and even a prison Additionally, the usually expected railway interfaces supporting oil, coal and petroleum distribution and small engineering establishments were to be found, but a railway sleeper creosoting plant was an exception Here, Edgar offers an insight into a region whose rich railway history is often underappreciated."/>
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • Industrial LocomotivesRailways of Eastern England
  • Gordon Edgar
  • 09 October 2018
  • 1445667908

About the Author: Gordon Edgar

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