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The Harcourt Street Line : Back on Track - Brian MacAongusa
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At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway popularly known as The Harcourt Street Line that ran from Dublin through Dundrum and Foxrock to Bray was abruptly closed and abandoned shortly afterwards. Forty years later, in May 1998, the Government decided to invest substantially in a new railway LUAS LINE B that would run along the identical trackbed of The Harcourt Street Line as far as the Sandyford Industrial Estate, a distance of some eight kilometres. This extraordinary reversal of the earlier decision to close and abandon a public transport corridor through the South Dublin suburbs has prompted the present book. The author revisits The Harcourt Street Line of his youth and reviews its operation through steam, Drumm battery and diesel trains. He recalls the Line's patrons from 'Boss Croker' to Samuel Beckett and from Brendan Behan to the thousands of men, women and excited children who thronged Harcourt Street station to join the 'Sea Breeze' excursions to Wicklow and Arklow.Illustrated by many of his own photographs, the author captures a bygone era when Station Masters had plenty of time to tend their prize-winning hedges and workers were able to travel home from Dublin and back again during their lunch-break. The author poses the question 'Why was the Harcourt Street Line closed in 1958?' An answer is suggested in the context of that time, but the validity of that answer was continually questioned up until 1994 when LUAS was born. Few would have believed forty y railroads,transportation Books, Columba Press

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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: COLUMBIA PR], At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway--first stream, then battery, then diesel--known as the Harcourt Street Line that ran through Dublin since 1846 was abruptly closed and then abandoned. Forty years later, the Irish government has decided to invest in a new railway that would run along the same line. This extraordinary reversal of an earlier decision has drawn much interest to the earlier railway. The author, who rode this train innumerable times when he was growing up, revisits the train of his youth. He recalls the lines' patrons like Samuel Beckett (who wrote on, and about, this train) and Brendan Behan, to the thousands who thronged the Harcourt Street Station to join "Sea Breeze" excursions to the seaside towns at Bray and Greystones. More than just a story of a specific train, this is also about the people who used it and the times in which it ran. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway--first stream, then battery, then diesel--known as the Harcourt Street Line that ran through Dublin since 1846 was abruptly closed and then abandoned. Forty years later, the Irish government has decided to invest in a new railway that would run along the same line. This extraordinary reversal of an earlier decision has drawn much interest to the earlier railway. The author, who rode this train innumerable times when he was growing up, revisits the train of his youth. He recalls the lines´ patrons like Samuel Beckett (who wrote on, and about, this train) and Brendan Behan, to the thousands who thronged the Harcourt Street Station to join ´´Sea Breeze´´ excursions to the seaside towns at Bray and Greystones. More than just a story of a specific train, this is also about the people who used it and the times in which it ran. Back on Track Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 01.05.2004 Buch (fremdspr.), Columbia Press, .200

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At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway--first stream, then battery, then diesel--known as the Harcourt Street Line that ran through Dublin since 1846 was abruptly closed and then abandoned. Forty years later, the Irish government has decided to invest in a new railway that would run along the same line. This extraordinary reversal of an earlier decision has drawn much interest to the earlier railway. The author, who rode this train innumerable times when he was growing up, revisits the train of his youth. He recalls the lines´ patrons like Samuel Beckett (who wrote on, and about, this train) and Brendan Behan, to the thousands who thronged the Harcourt Street Station to join ´´Sea Breeze´´ excursions to the seaside towns at Bray and Greystones. More than just a story of a specific train, this is also about the people who used it and the times in which it ran. Back on Track Buch (fremdspr.) gebundene Ausgabe 01.05.2004 Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Columbia Press, .200

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At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway--first stream, then battery, then diesel--known as the Harcourt Street Line that ran through Dublin since 1846 was abruptly closed and then abandoned. Forty years later, the Irish government has decided to invest in a new railway that would run along the same line. This extraordinary reversal of an earlier decision has drawn much interest to the earlier railway. The author, who rode this train innumerable times when he was growing up, revisits the train of his youth. He recalls the lines´ patrons like Samuel Beckett (who wrote on, and about, this train) and Brendan Behan, to the thousands who thronged the Harcourt Street Station to join ´´Sea Breeze´´ excursions to the seaside towns at Bray and Greystones. More than just a story of a specific train, this is also about the people who used it and the times in which it ran. Back on Track Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Columbia Press

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The Harcourt Street Line: Back on Track

At the end of 1958, a double-track suburban railway--first stream, then battery, then diesel--known as the Harcourt Street Line that ran through Dublin since 1846 was abruptly closed and then abandoned. Forty years later, the Irish government has decided to invest in a new railway that would run along the same line. This extraordinary reversal of an earlier decision has drawn much interest to the earlier railway. The author, who rode this train innumerable times when he was growing up, revisits the train of his youth. He recalls the lines' patrons like Samuel Beckett (who wrote on, and about, this train) and Brendan Behan, to the thousands who thronged the Harcourt Street Station to join "Sea Breeze" excursions to the seaside towns at Bray and Greystones. More than just a story of a specific train, this is also about the people who used it and the times in which it ran.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781856079075
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1856079074
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: COLUMBIA PR
112 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,612 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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