R.J.Irving, 'British Railway Investment and Innovation 1900–1914', Business History, vol. XIII, No. 1, January 1971, p. 39. G.D.Parkes, The Hull and Barnsley Railway, 1948, p. 2. J.S.Jeans, Railway Problems, 1887, p. 32.
Author: Philip Bagwell
For the new edition of this classic book Professor Bagwell has included an examination of transport developments since 1974 and particularly the radical changes in policy introduced by Thatcher governments since 1979. The inclusion of a large number of maps, tables and figures, and contemporary illustrations of principal modes of transport enhances the reader's understanding and enjoyment of the text. `The most comprehensive, detailed and up-to-date book on the subject.' -TLS `Full of apt and revealing examples which bring alive and make more readily intelligible the fundamental economic arguments.' - Agricultural History Review
Report to Congress : Railroad - Highway Safety , Federal Railroad Administration Federal Highway Administration . a . a . Part . ... 1 , Nature and Magnitude of the Problem and Planning for Remedial Action - Executive Summary , Vol .
 P. Howlett, “The Optimal Control of a Train,” Annals of Operations Research, vol. 98, pp. 65, 2000.  E. Khmelnitsky, “On an Optimal Control Problem of Train Operation,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, vol. 45, pp.
Author: Eduardo Pilo
Publisher: WIT Press
In latter years, energy efficiency has become a crucial concern for every transportation mode, but it is in electrified railways where energy savings have shown a bigger potential due to (i) regenerative braking, that allows converting kinetic energy into electric power, and (ii) vehicle interconnection, that allows other trains to use regenerated power. Power supply and energy management will continue to develop in the future. This book gathers under a single cover several papers published in the Computer on Railways series (IX, X and XI) and focuses on power supply and energy management. Some of the discussed themes are: modelling, simulation and optimisation of AC and DC infrastructure, analysis of rolling stock consumption, and innovative approaches in power supply operation. This book will be invaluable to management consultants, engineers, planners, designers, manufacturers, operators and IT specialists who need to keep abreast of the latest developments in the field.
Kerala could also recruit native people and avoid many of the problems of Assam gardens . Rubber plantations do not figure in our documents in any significant way . Neither do other plantations . Hence we pass on to mines and railways .
5 ; see also untitled , Missouri Republican ( February 22 , 1873 ) , PPCC Records 12/00/01 , reel 1 , vol . 3 ; " New Method of Solving Railway Problems , " Railway World ( April 2 , 1879 ) , PPCC Records 12/00/01 , reel 1 , vol .
Author: Catherine Cocks
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Tourists and travelers in the early nineteenth century saw American cities as ugly spaces, lacking the art and history that attracted thousands to the great cities of Europe. By the turn of the century, however, city touring became popular in the United States, and the era saw the rise of elegant hotels, packaged tours, and train travel to cities for vacations that would entertain and edify. This fascinating cultural history, studded with vivid details bringing the experience of Victorian-era travel alive, explores the beginnings of urban tourism, and sets the phenomenon within a larger cultural transformation that encompassed fundamental changes in urban life and national identity. Focusing mainly on New York, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and Chicago, Catherine Cocks describes what it was like to ride on Pullman cars, stay in the grand hotels, and take in the sights of the cities. Her evocative narrative draws on innovative readings of sources such as guidebooks, travel accounts, tourist magazines, and the journalism of the era. Exploring the full cultural context in which city touring became popular, Cocks ties together many themes in urban and cultural history for the first time, such as the relationships among class, gender, leisure, and the uses and perceptions of urban space. Offering especially lively reading, Doing the Town provides a memorable journey into the experience of the new urban tourist at the same time as it makes a sophisticated contribution to our understanding of the urban and cultural development of the United States.
PANS, Simon Holmes Papers, M02, vol. 557, folders 24, 25, and, 26 contain numerous documents pertaining to Nova Scotia's railway problems. See also NA, RG6, vol. 60, file 1 181, memorandum by J.H. Pope re: Windsor Branch Railway, ...
Author: Garth Stevenson
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Political Science
A comprehensive account of federal-provincial relations in Canada from Confederation to the formation of Wilfrid Laurier's government in 1896, revealing a pattern of conflict and collaboration paralleling events today. Begins with brief accounts of the origins of Confederation and characteristics of late 19th-century Canada, then recounts major issues that occupied the intergovernmental agenda, such as liquor regulation, land reform, and controversy over Catholic schools. Also examines the significance of particular practices and institutions including disallowance, reservation, and judicial review. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Manual of Elementary Geoinetrical Drawing . By Prof. S. E. Horse Railways . STREET OR HORSE Warren . 1 vol . , 12mo , plates , 1 50 POWER RAILWAYS . By A. Easton , C. E. ELEMENTARY PLANE PROBLEMS . This 1 vol . , 12mo , plates , cloth , ...
IRRIGATION AND RAILWAYS ; 1 Irrigation The reports of the Famine Commissions and ... History of Internal Trade Barriers in British India , vol . 1 ( Calcutta ... Die Ghose , S.C. Indian Railway Problems ( Gavalior , 1924 BIBLIOGRAPHY 1043.
Author: Tapan Raychaudhuri
Publisher: CUP Archive
Category: Business & Economics
Volume 2 of The Cambridge Economic History of India covers the period 1757-1970, from the establishment of British rule to its termination, with epilogues on the post-Independence period.
VOLUME IV : RAIL OPERATIONS Volume IV is a summary of the dual operations of the ( The Metropolitan ... Volume 1 considers the total system and problem setting and the different factors that influence the development of the transit ...