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A fascinating collection of photographs of the rail scene on Merseyside, neat Liverpool and the Wirral.
Local historian and broadcaster Ken Pye has collected a further fifty true tales that celebrate the weird and wonderful side of Merseyside's history. From the subterranean munitions factory at New Brighton and the bird-man of Speke, to wild tigers at Tranmere and a mysterious leprechaun, you are sure to uncover some truly amazing and extraordinary stories here. Richly illustrated, this fantastic collection will delight everyone interested in finding more about Merseyside's strange and curious heritage.
Explores the fascinating world of Hampshire traction.
This is the latest in Amberley’s new series on regional traction, and combines superb landscape with impressive locomotives.
First published in 1999, this book contains case studies of rail transport policy-making in two UK Passenger Transport Authority areas and reviews the factors informing such policy-making. It contributes to transport geography by explaining why the actual policies implemented in Starthclyde and Merseyside were pursued, and to the continuing development of the political science theory of ‘the urban policy regime’ by analysing the differences in policy development attributable to the different ‘city-regional’ (Strathclyde) and ‘public choice’ (Merseyside) geographical structures of local governance. The book demonstrates that these differences in the spatial organisation of local institutions play a powerful role in determining the operation of the local ‘regime’ of policy-makers, the form of final policy outputs, and the level of public accountability achieved.
A report by the Transport Studies Unit, set up to monitor the effects of the 1985 Transport Act from a broad perspective and incorporating assessment of indirect and social impacts, as well as those in fares, service levels and efficiency.

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