Yorkshire

Yorkshire

Author: Mountford John Byrde Baddeley

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HN6B7C

Category: Durham (England)

Page:

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Categories: Durham (England)

Steam Around York East Riding

Steam Around York   East Riding

The Hull & Hornsea Railway was only nominally an independent company and
trains were worked by the NER from ... Initially, there were problems gaining
access toHull (like the Withernsea branch); trains hadto terminate at Wilmington,
just ...

Author: Mike Hitches

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445612379

Category: Transportation

Page: 192

View: 477

Through a multitude of pictures furnished with informative captions from an acknowledged expert, the heyday and decline of the railways of York and the East Riding is explored in depth and the services, engines and locations of this remarkable industry are recorded for posterity.
Categories: Transportation

Hull Commercials

Hull Commercials

The train left Paragon at 5.50 p.m., with all blinds drawn, and arrived at Hornsea
Bridge Station at 7 p.m. Though we were a Hull Battalion, the homes of many of
the men were at such places as Beverley, Bridlington, Hornsea, Withernsea, and
 ...

Author: David Bilton

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473895584

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 340

In the 1930s five men wrote a history of the battalion they had proudly served with: the 1st Hull Battalion, known today as the 10th East Yorkshire Regiment or The Commercials. The book is the story of a happy family, men drawn together to fight for justice. There is no attempt to look at the bigger picture, and no attempt is made to comment on tactics or strategy; it is simply the story of a group of men and their travels across England, Egypt and the Western Front and what they achieved. Their love for their fellow soldiers and the battalion being clearly shown in early 1918 when the original members were all asked if they would like to train to become officers: the vast majority refused, preferring to stay in the ranks with their friends.The story is carefully crafted and based upon personal diaries, now long gone, and conversations between the participants. As well as the story of the battalions travels the appendices list awards, a diary of movement and a roll of honor. The editor, known for his work on the Hull Pals has added a complete listing of the original battalion, extra photographs, previously unpublished, and relevant footnotes.This book is the third book in the 1st Hull Pals trilogy and is essential reading for all interested in the Pals Battalions, providing a clear and concise record of a typical battalion at war.
Categories: History

Hull Pals

Hull Pals

Recruits did not just come from Hull; they came from all over the East Riding –
Beverley, Hornsea, Withernsea, Bridlington. They also came from north
Lincolnshire and in some numbers from Goole. Captain E F Twiss from the East
Yorkshire ...

Author: David Bilton

Publisher: Pen and Sword

ISBN: 9781473834774

Category: History

Page: 451

View: 669

In response to Kitchener's famous call for a million volunteers, local communities raised entire battalions for the service on the Western Front. Hull folk are reticent people and the Hull Pals were no exception. This book tells their inspiring story of sacrifice and gallantry under appaling conditions. Hull Pals contains a great number of hitherto unpublished eye-witnessed accounts and photographs.As featured on BBC Radio Humberside and in The Yorkshire Post.
Categories: History

Railway Stations of the North East

Railway Stations of the North East

161 HULL AND WITHERNSEA . Light Type - om . Dart Type - p . m . WEEKDAYS
! HULL AND HORNSEA . Light Type - . m . F dep o no୫୫ WEEKDAYS . TBC 10
1 35 1 55 1 39 1 I 12 2 HULL Botanic Gardens . . Stepney . . . . . . . Sculcoates .

Author: K. Hoole

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015009818827

Category: Transportation

Page: 216

View: 273

Ken Hoole was a noted authority on the railways of the north east of England. Ths, his wide-ranging account of the stations that served the passengers of the north-east's railway, is complemented by illustrations and photographs of both the bustling city stations and long closed country stops. The author has also provided a gazetteer listing all the stations of the NER, their opening and closing dates, and their attentant equipment. Appendices list wartime temporary closures and the later station openings of the LNER and BR.
Categories: Transportation

TO HULL and BACK

TO HULL and BACK

Hornsea and Rolston Camp After the war ended, and throughout the late 1940's
and 50's, each year during the school summer holidays Hull City Council
organised one-week holiday breaks for children. Like Withernsea, Hornsea could
be ...

Author: Dr Raymond Edwards

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781312158276

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 226

View: 920

Memoirs of the youngest child of a family of ten, borne in Barmston Street, Hull, East Yorkshire, England. These are memoirs which span 1942 to the 1970's. No it is not primarily another book about the Second World War. It starts there but moves through the whole life of my family and I until now I am the last one standing, but I now have a new family, my children, the grand children and great-grandchildren of my family. My journey is back to find the Hull I once knew and cherished dearly as a child and young man. The Hull where I experienced terror, fear, happiness, joy and love, and learned responsibility and to be proud of my background and family history. I wanted to leave a record of my family that brought me through my early life, and pass on to 'my family' the importance of a family. Dr. Raymond Edwards
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Government the Railways and the Modernization of Britain

Government  the Railways and the Modernization of Britain

... 8 January1964; Marples,'HullHornsea, HullWithernsea passenger
closureproposals',7 July1964; MT124/1258; Fogarty to Baxter, 21 October 1964;
Marples, HoC,Official Report,12 February 1964, written answers, cols 69–70. 45
PRO ...

Author: Charles Loft

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135773656

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 403

More than 40 years after its publication, the 1963 Beeching Report on British railways remains controversial for recommending the closure of a third of Britain’s railways. In this book, Charles Loft examines: why the nationalized railways were in such dire financial straits by 1963 how government work on future transport needs led to conclusions which would have cut Britain’s railways down by thousands of miles what difficulties eventually halted attempts by Conservative and Labour governments to implement these cuts. This book will be invaluable to anyone interested in how transport policy is made or how it has arrived at its current state and sheds fascinating new light on the working of government, the economy and the mood of the times under Churchill, Eden, Macmillan and Wilson.
Categories: History

Handbook for Yorkshire

Handbook for Yorkshire

Hull to Withernsea and Hornsea . BY HÉDON , PATRINGTON ( SPURN HEAD ) ,
AND THE HOLDERNESS COAST . ( BRANCH OF NORTH - EASTERN
RAILWAY . ) RAILWAY : Hull and Withernsea Line ( Paragon Stat . ) . To
Withernsea ...

Author: John Murray (Firm)

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433071387298

Category: Yorkshire (England)

Page: 594

View: 391

Categories: Yorkshire (England)

Hull to Bridlington Railway Through Time

Hull to Bridlington Railway Through Time

This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which the Hull to Bridlington Railway has changed and developed over the last century.

Author: Mike Hitches

Publisher: Amberley Publishing Limited

ISBN: 9781445611860

Category: History

Page: 96

View: 290

The stretch of railway line between Hull and Bridlington forms part of northern England's historic Yorkshire Coast Line (or the Hull to Scarborough line), which runs from Hull Paragon to Bridlington and Scarborough and is around 55 miles long. Since it was opened by the York & North Midland Railway in the mid-1800s, the line and its many stations have maintained many of their original features and much of their charm. Today, the line is operated by Northern Rail and there is much to see along the way from the busy city of Hull to the Victorian seaside resort of Bridlington, including picturesque villages and pleasant market towns, as well as wonderful sea and countryside views. In Hull to Bridlington Railway Through Time, author Mike Hitches takes a journey along this historic route, showing the changes that have taken place over time and features that have remained the same.
Categories: History

The Hull Book of Days

The Hull Book of Days

It was the Hull to Withernsea and Hornsea railway line and remained known as
Hull Botanic Gardens until its final closure in October 1964. The name
commemorated a 49acre stretch of land, which opened in 1880 as a Botanical
Garden and ...

Author: Susanna O'Neill

Publisher: The History Press

ISBN: 9780750951722

Category: History

Page: 368

View: 909

Taking you through the year day by day, The Hull Book of Days contains quirky, eccentric, amusing and important events and facts from different periods in the history of the city. Ideal for dipping into, this addictive little book will keep you entertained and informed. Featuring hundreds of snippets of information gleaned from the vaults of Hull’s archives and covering the social, criminal, political, religious, industrial, military and sporting history of the city, it will delight residents and visitors alike.
Categories: History

East Yorkshire a Study in Agricultural Geography

East Yorkshire  a Study in Agricultural Geography

The Hull-Hornsea and Hull-Withernsea service is almost devoid of express trains,
and none run direct without a stop, either at one of the stations on the east or
north-east side of Hull, or at Hornsea Bridge for the benefit of those living outside
 ...

Author: Sidney Edward James Best

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B115974

Category: Agriculture

Page: 188

View: 549

Categories: Agriculture

Parliamentary Debates Hansard

Parliamentary Debates  Hansard

Hornsea , Withernsea and Beverley are medium - sized rural towns that have
older than average populations and ... The A1079 , which runs between Hull and
York , is notorious for congestion and has an appalling safety record , while the ...

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons

Publisher:

ISBN: UCR:31210021243835

Category: Great Britain

Page:

View: 252

Contains the 4th session of the 28th Parliament through the session of the Parliament.
Categories: Great Britain

Reports of the Traffic Commissioners

Reports of the Traffic Commissioners

Apart from the withdrawals affecting Whitby , Scarborough , Malton , Hull ,
Hornsea and Withernsea , very few complaints have been received from the
public , In the case of Whitby , the applications for additional services and new
licences by ...

Author: Great Britain. Ministry of Transport

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105128606246

Category: Bus lines

Page:

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Categories: Bus lines

The World s First Railway System

The World s First Railway System

Price, Peter (1989) Lost Railways of Holderness: The Hull Withernsea and Hull
Hornsea Lines, Beverley: Hutton Press. Reading, S.J. (1976) The Derwent Valley
Railway: A Progressive Yorkshire Railway, 2nd ed. Tarrant Hinton: Oakwood.

Author: Mark Casson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199213979

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 523

View: 855

This is the first history of the British railway system written from a modern economic perspective. It uses conterfactual analysis to construct an alternative network to represent the most efficient alternative rail network that could have been constructed given what was known at the time - the first time this has been done.
Categories: Business & Economics

Benn s Press Directory

Benn s Press Directory

Est 1910. Associate newspaper : Hornsea Gazette . Circulates in Holderness
district - 39 villages east of Hull , Hornsea , Withernsea and Hedon . Windsor
Herald See Local Free - Distribution Publications Section . Head Office : 173a
Queen St ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112072560425

Category: Newspapers

Page:

View: 580

Categories: Newspapers

Annual Report of the Fishery Board of Scotland

Annual Report of the Fishery Board of Scotland

A . S . 5 1 5 Withernsea , near Hull Gristhorpe , Filey , Yorkshire . 22 miles E . by S
. from May Isle . " . . N . H . W . s . 6 4 Withernsea , near Hull . Hornsea Sands ,
Yorkshire Firth of Forth , 1 mile N . E . of Gollano Ness 24 h . ebb sw . by W . 5 3 ...

Author: Fishery Board for Scotland

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B2877116

Category:

Page:

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Categories:

Annual Report of the Fishery Board for Scotland for the Year Ended

Annual Report of the Fishery Board for Scotland for the Year Ended

Al . S . 5 Withernsea , near Hull i Gristhorpe , Filey , Yorkshire . . 22 miles E . by S
. from May Isle " . Withernsea , near Hull . Hornsea Sands , Yorkshire Firth of
Forth , 1 mile N . E . of Gullano Ness 24 h . ebb Sw . by W . 5 34 miles S . S . W . of
 ...

Author: Fishery Board for Scotland

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822009649583

Category: Fisheries

Page:

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Categories: Fisheries

A2 Geography for AQA Specification A

A2 Geography for AQA Specification A

... and villages Bridlington Old Bridlington Hornsea Hornsea Beck North Sea Old
Aldbrough Aldbrough o Hull Withernsea 8 . Old Withernsea Keyingham Sunk
Opatrington Island Old Kilnsea N Only a few thousand years ago the outline of
the ...

Author: Ann Bowen

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 0435352822

Category: Geography

Page: 320

View: 885

Written for the AQA geography specification A, this text develops skills analysis in context through the use of map extracts and satellite data. It incorporates ICT and questions to reinforce learning. Sample exam questions and mark schemes give pupils practice.
Categories: Geography

Spicy Green Ginger

Spicy Green Ginger

The author is a native of Beverley, and the stories are set in the East Riding. The stories invariably contain a wicked twist and are evocative of the East Riding, Hull, and Beverley, spanning the centuries and decades.

Author: Andrew Reid Wildman

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781481787567

Category: Fiction

Page: 226

View: 530

Spicy Green Ginger is a collection of short, punchy, and deliciously misanthropic short stories by Andrew Reid Wildman. The author is a native of Beverley, and the stories are set in the East Riding. The stories invariably contain a wicked twist and are evocative of the East Riding, Hull, and Beverley, spanning the centuries and decades.
Categories: Fiction