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    Air Disasters

    Compelling and dramatic insights into crucial moments inside the cockpit.

    Land Rover: The Story of the Car Th

    Sunday Times Bestseller As quintessentially British as a plate of fish and chips or a British Bulldog, the boxy, utilitarian Land Rover Defender has become an iconic part of what it is to be British.

    The Joy Of Railways

    A beautiful treasury of railway memorabilia Journey back to the 1950s and '60s with this nostalgic look at Britain's railways in their glory days. Beautifully illustrated throughout with a unique collection of photographs, train spotting notebooks and railway ephemera.


    Few activities offer more fun and excitement than motorcycling, but to get the most out of it, there's a lot you need to know. From buying and maintaining a bike, to riding safely, to finding great places to ride, Motorcycling For Dummies puts you on the road with savvy and style, whether you're male or female, new to riding or an experienced vet.


    For over a century, no surviving marque so accurately charted the triumphs and tribulations of the British motor-manufacturing industry as Rover. This book traces the history of the company, starting with the cycle-making precursors of the Rover Company Limited.


    One of the most famous of British cars, the 750 cc Austin Seven, introduced in 1922, changed the course of automobile design and proved the viability of the small-capacity four-cylinder car. The Seven performed as well on the race track as it did on the road and inspired a team of magnificent twin overhead camshaft single-seaters.


    As Britain's most popular sporting marque, MG has emerged as one of a handful of British motoring names to survive into the 21st century. This book provides an analysis of the rise and fall of a motoring legend.

    Transatlantic Liners


    Guide to the Crew of Titanic: The S

    Filling an important gap in the existing literature for Titanic enthusiasts

    Transport: general interest