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White Pass & Yukon Route Railroad Resources:

Your guide to the best resources for studying the history and current situation on 'The Scenic Railroad of the World.'

Railway maps orissalinks.com

Mar 16, 2007· The Indian Railways Map from the new November 2009 TAG (Train at a Glance) India map, Railway maps, Time table and websites chitta Comments Off on The Indian Railways Map from the new November 2009 TAG (Train at a Glance)

Railway Archive [Volume 4] Nos. 32-43 Steamindex

London, Chatham & Dover Railway map of 1895. 2: E class No. 507 crossing Medway with up Ramsgate to Victoria express. 4: Sketch maps showing developmnt of East Kent Railway.

Mid Sodor Railway Thomas the Tank Engine Wikia

Mid Sodor Railway II I Overview Locale Sodor Terminus King Orry's Bridge Stations 9 Commercial Operations Built by Mid Sodor Railway Company Gauge 2'3" (686 mm; narrow gauge) Commercial History Year opened October 1880 Year closed January 1947 Map The Mid Sodor Railway (abbreviated as MSR) was a


Granite is classified according to the QAPF diagram for coarse grained plutonic rocks and is named according to the percentage of quartz, alkali feldspar (orthoclase, sanidine, or microcline) and plagioclase feldspar on the A-Q-P half of the diagram.

Utah Southern Railroad, 1870-1881 UtahRails.net

Information about the Utah Southern Railroad, 1870 to 1881.

Haytor Granite Tramway

The Haytor Granite Tramway was a tramway built to convey granite from Haytor Down, Dartmoor, Devon to the Stover Canal.It was very unusual in that the track was formed of granite sections, shaped to guide the wheels of horse-drawn wagons.

PhotoFile Cornwall Images and Photographs of Bodmin Moor

PhotoFile Cornwall New Photos and images of Bodmin Moor and South East Cornwall, with information on Cornish Mining Heritage, Places of Interest, Bodmin Moor, St.Cleer, Minions, the Coast, and also North and West Cornwall.

Lindal & Marton History Lindal-in-Furness

Origins & development of the villages, including iron ore mining & Furness Railway.

Connecting Canada

The 1881 construction season was a bust and the railways Chief Engineer and General Superintendent were fired at the end of the season after building only 211 km (131 miles) of track.