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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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Rc – Kipling – Stalky – ### – An unlimited «brew»—

Por |noviembre 25th, 2020|

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Thence he came back, greatly disordered,

to find McTurk, Stalky, and the others of the company,

in his study enjoying an unlimited «brew»—

coffee, cocoa, buns, new bread hot and steaming,

sardine, sausage, ham-and-tongue paste, pilchards, three jams,

and at least as many pounds of Devonshire cream.

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Tfcuk – Lynton & Barnstaple Railway – L&B – History

Por |julio 28th, 2017|

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History of the Lynton and Barnstaple Railway 

Exmoor has always been a wild and remote area

and horse drawn travel was the only way

visitors could reach North Devon’s

attractive coastal towns and villages in the 1890’s. […]

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Westward Ho! – History – United Services College – USC

Por |febrero 27th, 2017|

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Rr – Juan Manuel Grijalvo  –  Stalky & Co., de Rudyard Kipling

Por |abril 24th, 2015|

Ultima Hora,  FDS,  (( fecha de publicación pendiente ))

 Ya he perdido la cuenta de las reformas de la enseñanza que llevo vistas (y algunas, sufridas) en este país. Como hace tiempo que estoy fuera del mundillo académico, no me considero lo bastante informado sobre la situación actual como para opinar. De manera que he pensado hablarle de un libro que plantea los problemas de la tarea pedagógica en un contexto bastante extremo. Es «Stalky & Co.», de Rudyard Kipling. […]