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Luxury trains from the Orient Express to the TGV

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The origins of trains de luxe — The train de luxe comes to Europe — Europe's first train de luxe: the Brighton Belle — The Orient Express — The Rome Express and the Palatino — The Nord Express and the Audacious Trans-Siberian Express — Trains of kings and kings of trains: Some royal and presidential journeys — The Flying Scotsman, the Queen of Scots pullman, the Twentieth Century Limited, the trains de luxe of Mexico and Egypt — An aristocrat: Le Train Bleu — Dancing cars, radio, telephone, bath cars — Germany's Mitropa Company — The Simplon Orient Express and the trains de luxe of Turkey — The Golden Arrow, the trains de luxe of Iberia, the Edelweiss — The enemy: the aeroplane — The TEEs and the TGVs — New Zealand's Silver Star — South Africa's Bloutrein — Australia's Indian Pacific — Japan's Tokaido bullet trains — Amtrak and VIA's Canadian — The style of trains.

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Luxury trains from the Orient Express to the TGV
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Product details 232 p. pages Vendome Press :Distributed in the U.S. of America by the Viking Press,1982, c197 - English 9780865650169 Reviews:
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