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A gorgeously illustrated collection of the world's greatest railway maps and posters, historical and contemporary.

Transit Maps of the World was an extraordinary and unexpected success and is now a cult favorite. In his irresistible follow-up Mark Ovenden has produced a mesmerizing compendium of historical and contemporary railway maps and posters from every corner of the world. Hundreds of images, covering two centuries of railway advertising, surveyors' plans, travel posters, satellite photos, and station wall maps, are combined with text brimming with vivid historical details and charming anecdotes.

Part One presents the stunning visual material chronologically, from the Liverpool and Manchester Railway of 1830 to the proposed 2020 high speed networks of China. Part Two is an atlas of maps from more than one hundred countries from Algeria to Argentina to Zambia and Zimbabwe. Appendixes include a trove of factoids, track stats and information about rail operators and rail museums. Railway Maps of the World is a visual delight for your eyes, making it a must have for every train fanatic-armchair or ticketed-history buff, and lover of graphic design.

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An intricately detailed, anecdotal collection of international railway maps and posters features a chronological timeline from the Liverpool and Manchester Railway of 1830 to the proposed 2020 high-speed networks of China and a historically vivid atlas representing more than 100 countries. By the author of Transit Maps of the World. 40,000 first printing.

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A collection of international railway maps and posters features a chronological timeline from the Liverpool and Manchester Railway of 1830 to the proposed 2020 high-speed networks of China in an atlas representing more than one hundred countries.

About the Author

Mark Ovenden is a British writer and broadcaster whose previous books include Transit Maps of the Worldand Paris Underground: The Maps, Stations, and Designs of the Metro. He lives in Paris, France. Visit markovenden.com

Product Details

ISBN:
9780670022656
Author:
Ovenden, Mark
Publisher:
Viking Adult
Subject:
TRAVEL / Maps & Road Atlases
Subject:
History
Subject:
Railroads - Pictorial
Subject:
Railroads-Pictorials
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Publication Date:
20110428
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from 12
Language:
English
Illustrations:
4-color throughout
Pages:
144
Dimensions:
11.24 x 9.82 x 0.71 in 1.98 lb
Age Level:
from 18

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"Synopsis" by , An intricately detailed, anecdotal collection of international railway maps and posters features a chronological timeline from the Liverpool and Manchester Railway of 1830 to the proposed 2020 high-speed networks of China and a historically vivid atlas representing more than 100 countries. By the author of Transit Maps of the World. 40,000 first printing.
"Synopsis" by , A collection of international railway maps and posters features a chronological timeline from the Liverpool and Manchester Railway of 1830 to the proposed 2020 high-speed networks of China in an atlas representing more than one hundred countries.
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