Gc – Reading – Berkshire

Richard J. Marshall – A Short History of Britain’s Broad Gauge Railways

Por |mayo 3rd, 2021|

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In 1835,

in the early days of railway construction,

the Great Western Railway was born.

The original main line ran

between London and Bristol,

a distance of 117 miles (187 kms),

which was opened throughout in June 1841. […]

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Great Western Railway – IET speed run Paddington to Reading in real time

Por |septiembre 24th, 2020|

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6 March 2018

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Following popular request

we have released

the full real time version

of our previously sped up

IET speed run

from London to Reading.

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I do not dislike the music, but I would rather listen to the real train sound

in order to compare it (very disfavourably, of course) with HST’s lovely roar.

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El trazado de Brunel

Por |septiembre 12th, 2017|

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Una de mis experiencias ferroviarias favoritas

es salir de Paddington hacia el Oeste

y fotografiar el velocímetro del GPS

cuando el tren va a 125. […]

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