Disillusioned journalist Tom Langdon must get from Washington to LA in time for Christmas. Forced to take the train across the country because of a slight 'misunderstanding' at airport security he beg...
The heroes and heroines of Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains, A.L. Kennedy's first collection of stories, are small people - the kind who inhabit the silence in libraries, who never appear on s...
The events took place in Tokyo. One day a shy otaku computer geek mentioned on the message forum how he had met a girl on a subway train. As things developed he continued to post updates to the messag...
Pete Dexter's remarkable new novel brings to life the most violent and tender impulses of his characters as they struggle to come to terms with the difference between a gift and a passion, between the...
In the late 1890s, the British Sinclair-Smith theatrical company arrives in New York to launch it's first American tour. Headed by handsome leading man, Hal, and London's latest stage sensation, Amadi...
Description Published by Indian Railways. No. XIV. Train timetable. Paper cover, which are a little grubby. Fold-out map at the rear. more
Description Status: New - Choo Choo Kids love trains Especially the old-timey steam engines found in amusement parks and zoo.... more
Description Status: New - [Book] Trains and Buttered Toast: Selected Radio Talks, John Betjeman, Edited by Stephen Games. more
Description A set of 24 issues of the magazine "Trains Illustrated" published between November 1955 and Winter 1967/68. Still in reasonable condition. A gem of an archive for the serious train buff. more
Supported with remarkable illustrations and photography, Roden interweaves memories of his own present day travels by train with diary excerpts of ambulance train nurses, returning POWs, drivers that ...
Description Supported with remarkable illustrations and photography, Roden interweaves memories of his own present day travels by train with diary excerpts of ambulance train nurses, returning POWs, drivers that ... more
Description A heart-warming stand-alone novel about trains and love! McCall Smith weaves a tale of four strangers who meet on a train. They have one thing in common - they have ... more
Description A collection of articles about railways and trains with many pages of black and white photographs. Shelf wear to corners, cloth on spine slightly sun faded. more
AdvantagesFabulous story, fabulous atmosphere and fabulous acting
DisadvantagesA very few irksome things but neglible
AdvantagesA gripping read
AdvantagesPlot, real characters