Foreign Commerce Weekly

Foreign Commerce Weekly

... UTILITIES , and COMMUNICATIONS Colombia Considering Legislation To
Build Magdalena River Railway Line By ... on April 26 , 1945 , to consider the
advisability of further electrification of Belgian railways , to decide which lines
might ...

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Serial set no 3501 4000

Serial set  no 3501 4000

The total length of main railway lines , therefore , in operation in Belgium at the
end of 1894 was 2 , 965 miles . There are at present ... With a total of 2 , 965
miles of railroad , * there are 26 miles of road for every 100 square miles . The
country ...

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Consular Reports

Consular Reports

The total length of main railway lines , therefore , in operation in Belgium at the
end of 1894 was 2 , 965 miles . There are at present ... With a total of 2 , 965
miles of railroad , * there are 26 miles of road for every 100 square miles . The
country ...

Author: United States. Bureau of Foreign Commerce

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ISBN: PRNC:32101076524683

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Congressional Serial Set

Congressional Serial Set

The total length of main railway lines , therefore , in operation in Belgium at the
end of 1894 was 2 , 965 miles . There are at present ... With a total of 2 , 965
miles of railroad , * there are 26 miles of road for every 100 square miles . The
country ...

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ISBN: HARVARD:HJ16CK

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Commerce Reports

Commerce Reports

1926 , operated 4,809 kilometers of railroad lines , with total trackage amounting
to 13,197 kilometers , including double track , [ The relation of this line to ... zation
can , therefore , be considered as practically monopolizing the Belgian rail
transport system . ... There are several privately owned lines , corresponding
period of 1925–26 under Government exploitation mainly in Transylvania , for
which ...

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ISBN: MINN:30000010345357

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Herapath s Railway Journal

Herapath s Railway Journal

Since the establishment of the Belgian rail- $ 99,680 . The return for the month of
October show ! a ways , the receipts of the railway lines have Central Argentine .
large increase in the traffic , some increaso in the covered the interest of all the ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105125356589

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Great Britain and the Belgian Railways Dispute of 1869

Great Britain and the Belgian Railways Dispute of 1869

... l ' Est for the purchase of his line 26 The interest shown by the French company
in these proposals is easily explained . ... the railway running from the Swiss
border to the city of Luxemburg and , in addition , a line which crossed the
Belgian ...

Author: Gordon Alexander Craig

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105033791695

Category: Belgium

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Railway intelligence compiled by M Slaughter

Railway intelligence  compiled by M  Slaughter

93 , passed 26th June , 1846 . ... Railway , to the line of the Wisbech branch of
the Lynn and Ely at Wisbech . ... The Railway will join the main Belgium line from
Charleroi to Namur and Liège , and will run through the whole province of ...

Author: Mihill Slaughter

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ISBN: OXFORD:590823276

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Engineering

Engineering

The Loudon and Birmingham Railway was begun May 14 , tions in the line ,
spaces 5 in . lung were found where the ... An incline of 1 in 26 , on one of the
Belgian railways near an area of 1 ft . , on which the pressure acts ; the amount of
When ...

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ISBN: SRLF:E0000181156

Category: Engineering

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Jane s World Railways 2008 2009

Jane s World Railways 2008 2009

SECO - Rail's three branches include : tamping , tramway and major project (
high output track renewal and TGV ) , which is a series ... Web : www.collis.co.uk
Head Office IT Tower , Avenue Louise 480 BE - 1050 Brussels Belgium Tel : ( +
32 2 ) 290 36 00 Fax : ( +32 2 ) ... 405 13 30 Web : www.comsa.com PO Box 9600
, Westervoortsedijk 73 , NL - 6800 TC Arnhem , Netherlands Tel : ( +31 26 ) 366
46 00 ...

Author: Ken Harris

Publisher: Janes Information Group

ISBN: 0710628617

Category: Reference

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This directory gives the reader data on railway systems and railway equipment manufacturers across the globe. The text is split into two sections: a country-by-country listing of the railway systems of the world, and the railway manufacturing and services industries.
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World Railways of the Nineteenth Century

World Railways of the Nineteenth Century

French. and. Belgian. Railways. v^/ • □ • <^i • • • <^/ ;. Perhaps France's history
with railways began with Nicholas Cugnot's experiments with a steam carriage in
1769. ... The first of these, opening in May 1827, was a 10.56-mile line
connecting St. Etienne with Andrezieux on the Loire. On March 1 ... Promoted by
the bankers Emile and Isaac Pereire. its first section opened on August 26, 1837,
to Le Pecq.

Author: Jim Harter

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9780801880896

Category: Science

Page: 550

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With its gallery of over 360 striking and unfamiliar images and extensive historical text World Railways of the Nineteenth Century invites readers to experience an unparalleled glimpse into the world of nineteenth-century railroading.Peter Skinner, Foreword
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Belgium and Holland

Belgium and Holland

The Chemin de Fer de Ceinture connects the several railway - lines , and also
carries on a local traffic . ... 3 fr ; HÔTEL DU GRAND CAFÉ , Rue des Eperonniers
24 - 26 EL DE VIENNE ( Pl . u : D , 3 ) , Rue de la Fourche 24 - 26 , R . 21 ...

Author: Karl Baedeker (Firm)

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ISBN: OXFORD:302482382

Category: Belgium

Page: 342

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Government Controls on Transport

Government Controls on Transport

See also Congo Railways Bechuanaland , 11 , 14n Beira , Mozambique : 8n ; as
copper exit , 5 , 7 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 22 , 23 , 26 , 27 , 4651 ; rail lines to , 11 , 14 Beira
Convention : 20 , 28 , 32 ; text , 7481 Belgian Congo . See Belgium ; Congo ...

Author: Edwin T. Haefele

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105034894266

Category: Railroads

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The Far Eastern Review

The Far Eastern Review

New Railway Station at 389 Changsha - Chuchow Line 113 Changshui
Extension - Work on the Peking - Kalgan - Tatungfu ... Through Passenger Traffic
74 International Intrigues in Chinese Railways An analysis of Belgian and French
Railway Activities in ... 103 Nationalizing the Railways 71 New German Lines
251 , 321 New Tapanese State Railway Locomotives 26 New Light Railways 36 ,
75 , 113.

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ISBN: UOM:39015023281291

Category: East Asia

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British Battalions in France Belgium 1914

British Battalions in France   Belgium  1914

To Ostend (9th), marching along railway line, then by train to Ghent. Arrived and
to ... Relieved Belgium troops in front of Melle (11th). Moving back to ... Moved
forward to cross roads west of Gheluvelt (26th) then advanced. Soon forced to fall
 ...

Author: Ray Westlake

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473812741

Category: History

Page: 384

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The author has painstakingly compiled a comprehensive compendium of the exact movements of every regiment involved on the various battlefields in France and Flanders during World War One.
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Rudimentary Treatise on Mensuration

Rudimentary Treatise on Mensuration

various English Railway Lines , showing a plain and easy method of taking out
quantities of every description of ... 26 . Viaduct under the Erie Canal , at Lodi .
RAILWAYS OF BELGIUM . 15 . Geometrical section and plan , and isome - 27 .

Author: Thomas Baker

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044050740380

Category: Measurement

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Railway Wonders of the World

Railway Wonders of the World

... JULY 26 Editor : Clarence Winchester We WILL Talk About TRAINSConsulting
Editor : Cecil J . Allen Belgian Railways ... Belgium ' s travels up Mount Pilatus in
Switzerfirst line was opened in May , 1835 . land has a maximum gradient of 1 ...

Author: Clarence Winchester

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ISBN: UOM:39015021119279

Category: Railroads

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Trains

Trains

Author: Stephanie Turnbull

Publisher: Usborne Pub Limited

ISBN: 0794501745

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Explores various trains and their uses, from steam locomotives to magnetic levitation trains, and includes Internet sites to visit that enhance the learning process.
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Europe

Europe

Trains and buses Run by the Societé National Chemin de Fer de Belgique /
Belgische Spoorwegen ( Belgian Railways ) , Belgium ' s rail system ... Consider
the Benelux Tourrail Card , which gives five days travel in a month for F3160 (
over - 26s F4220 ) . ... SNCV , the national bus company ) are only really used for
travel ling short distances , or in parts of the Ardennes where there are fewer rail
lines .

Author: Jonathan Buckley

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ISBN: 1858281598

Category: Europe

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Omfatter: Østrig, Belgien, Luxembourg, Bulgarien, Tjekkiet, Danmark, Estland, Finland, Frankrig, Tyskland, Storbritannien, Grækenland, Ungarn, Irland, Italien, Letland, Litauen, Marokko, Holland, Norge, Polen, Portugal, Rumænien, Rusland, Slovakiet, Slovenien, Spanien, Sverige, Schweiz, Tyrkiet
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Breaking the Fortress Line 1914

Breaking the Fortress Line  1914

From 24 to 28 August French intelligence agents were sent into Belgium to keep
track of the German advance. On 26 August a large sortie was sent out by
General Winckel-Meyer to cut the railway line from Aulnois to Mons. All the
general ...

Author: Clayton Donnell

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473830127

Category: History

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Breaking the Fortress Line 1914 offers a fascinating new perspective on the German offensive against France and Belgium in 1914. In graphic detail it describes the intense fighting that took place around the forts and fortified cities that stood in the path of the German invasion. The ordeal began with the German assault on the mighty fortress of Lige. They took twelve days to batter their way through the 'Gateway to Belgium', losing thousands of men in repeated frontal assaults, and they had to bring up the heaviest siege artillery ever used to destroy the defences.This is the epic struggle that Clayton Donnell depicts in this compelling account of a neglected aspect of the battles that followed the outbreak of the Great War. Not only does he reconstruct the German attack on the strongpoints they encountered along the entire invasion line, but he traces the history and design of these fixed defences and analyses the massive military building programmes undertaken by the French, the Germans and the Belgians between 1871 and 1914. Thousands of huge forts, infantry strongpoints, bunkers, casemates and shelters were dug out along the French and German borders. The German Moselstellung and Steinbruch-stellung were born. These massive concrete fortress systems with steel gun turrets and diesel motors to generate electricity were a completely new concept of fortress design.As war approached, France and Germany devised plans to overcome each other's powerful armies and these border defences. The French plan avoided contact with the German fortress system. But the Kaiser's army faced twelve forts at Lige, nine more at Namur, and then the strongpoints of the first and second Sr de Rivires lines. Clayton Donnell provides a gripping narrative of the violent confrontation that followed.
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