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McQueen's Motorcycles: Racing and Riding with the King of Cool

by Matt Stone & Dave Ekins

The long-departed Steve McQueen is still the coolest man on two wheels.

Even thirty years after his death, Steve McQueen remains a cultural icon. His image continues to appear in advertising and pop culture and...

Detours: A Memoir of a Railroad Man

by Gail F. Menitzer

Learn about Gail F. Meintzer's philosophies from lessons learned the hard way, as he took the long road less traveled on the iron highway.

Travel with Gail F. Meintzer as he journeys with the railroad system...

The Official DVSA Theory Test for Drivers of Large Vehicles (14th edition)

by The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency

Prepare to pass your theory test first time with the ONLY official theory test revision guide for goods vehicle, bus and coach drivers.

The Urie and Maunsell Cylinder 4-6-0s

by David Maidment

This book is one in the Pen & Sword Transport History imprint in the ‘Locomotive Portfolio’ series and covers the family of two-cylinder 4-6-0s designed and built by the Chief Mechanical Engineers of the...

Grand Central Terminal: 100 Years of a New York Landmark

by Anthony W. Robins & NY Transit Museum

Opened in February 1913, Grand Central Terminal-one of the country's great architectural monuments-helped create Midtown Manhattan. Over the next century, it evolved into an unofficial town square for New York....

Human Performance on the Flight Deck

by Don Harris

Taking an integrated, systems approach to dealing exclusively with the human performance issues encountered on the flight deck of the modern airliner, this book describes the inter-relationships between the...

The London DMS Bus

by Matthew (Matt) Wharmby

Vilified as the great failure of all London Transport bus classes, the DMS family of Daimler Fleetline was more like an unlucky victim of straitened times. Desperate to match staff shortages with falling demand...

Britain's Declining Secondary Railways through the 1960s: The Blake Paterson Collection

by Martin Jenkins & Kevin McCormack

This is an evocative selection of high quality colour views, each of which recaptures the lost age of Britain's branch lines and secondary railways, of which so many were axed following implementation of the...

Health4Flyers: A Flyer's Guide to Healthy Living

by Fabrizio Poli, Silvia Poli & Moreno Chiste'

Pilots, Flight Attendants, and Frequent Travellers: 

Are You Concerned About Your Health?

Well, you should be.

First, there’s the issue of all the radiation you get exposed to. 100,000 air miles per year...

The Official DVSA Theory Test for Motorcyclists (14th edition)

by The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency

Prepare to pass your theory test first time with the number-one best-selling motorcycle theory test book - the ONLY official expert revision guide.

Forging the "Bee Line" Railroad, 1848-1889: The Rise and Fall of the Hoosier Partisans and Cleveland Clique

by Arthur Andrew Olson III

In the 1830s, as the Trans Appalachian economy began to stir and Europe's Industrial Revolution reached its peak, concerned Midwesterners saw opportunities and risks. Success of the Erie Canal as a link to East...

England's Historic Churches by Train: A Companion Volume to England's Cathedrals by Train

by Murray Naylor

The second millennium saw the spread and consolidation of Christianity in Britain. One means by which the Normans tightened their grip on Britain after 1066 was by the construction of magnificent cathedrals,...

Up the Airway: Coastal British Columbia Stories

by Wayne J. Lutz

Flying Coastal British Columbia, where mountains drop into the sea and people practice self-reliance and a different sense of purpose. Airports in British Columbia, along with Arctic destinations, are featured....

Range Rover - The Creators of an Icon

by Graham Bannock

Origins and history of the Range Rover marque, design and development of early models plus market research in Europe, Africa and the USA. A personal memoir by, author, Graham Bannock, of his time with the Rover...

Trammel's Trace: The First Road to Texas from the North

by Gary L. Pinkerton

Trammel’s Trace tells the story of a borderlands smuggler and an important passageway into early Texas.

Trammel’s Trace, named for Nicholas Trammell, was the first route from the United States into the northern...

Flight Lessons 3: Experience: How Eddie Learned to Understand the Lessons of Experience

by James A Albright, Chris Manno & Christopher L Parker

This is volume three of a five volume collection that chronicles the author's journey from novice pilot to professional pilot, while adding technical lessons learned along the way.  The author has a following...

Rails in the Road: A History of Tramways in Britain and Ireland

by Oliver Green

There have been passenger tramways in Britain for 150 years, but it is a rollercoaster story of rise, decline and a steady return. Trams have come and gone, been loved and hated, popular and derided, considered...

Rails Across Europe: Eastern and Southern Europe

by David Cable

The two volumes covering Rails Across Europe are divided into one covering the North and West of the continent, the other dealing with the South and East.

The photos were taken by David Cable, well-regarded author...

easyLand: How easyJet Conquered Europe (Second Edition)

by Tony Anderson

In the summer of 1995 a start-up company led by the son of a Greek shipping tycoon, took up residence in an orange painted tin shack next to the runway at Luton airport. Initially dismissed by British Airways...

Bracero Railroaders: The Forgotten World War II Story of Mexican Workers in the U.S. West

by Erasmo Gamboa

Desperate for laborers to keep the trains moving during World War II, the U.S. and Mexican governments created a now mostly forgotten bracero railroad program that sent a hundred thousand Mexican workers across...