[Ebook] The Galloping Sausage and Other Train Curiosities By Body – Tactical-player.co.uk

The Galloping Sausage and Other Train Curiosities The Formative Years Of Britain S Railway Network Produced A Host Of Ideas, Activities And Characters, Quite A Few Of Which Now Seem Not Only Highly Unusual, But Sometimes Little Short Of Ridiculous Weird Schemes And Designs, Extravagant Behaviour, Reckless Competition And Larger Than Life Characters All Featured In The Genuine Struggle Of The Railway System To Evolve While The Dawning Of Regulation And Common Sense Brought About Uniform And Responsible Practices, Factors Like The Weather And The Innate Complexity Of Railway Operation Continued To Produce A Stream Of Nonstandard Incidents And Outcomes, From Wild Storms To Unusual Equipment This Book, By Ex Railwaymen Geoff And Ian Body, Captures Over Entertaining Snippets, Stories, And Strange And Unusual Facts From An Ample Supply Of Railway Curiosities


About the Author: Body

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Galloping Sausage and Other Train Curiosities book, this is one of the most wanted Body author readers around the world.



8 thoughts on “The Galloping Sausage and Other Train Curiosities

  1. says:

    A book of unusual facts and oddities of the railways Not particularly well written but ok to dip into when one has a few spare minutes Printed on what I would say is low quality paper and in my opinion, not worth the full cover price.


  2. says:

    Useful for passing the time in the toilet Just sound bitesNot really worth the money.


  3. says:

    No problems


  4. says:

    Quick and looked fab


  5. says:

    Present for husband , he thought it was good.


  6. says:

    bought as present for train lover went down well.


  7. says:

    It was a gift for a friend he liked it..


  8. says:

    This really should be better The stories are often just snatches of information with no beginning, middle or end There are surely lots of stories about the railways, but this book has no structure and zips about from different parts of the country and different periods of time, which makes it incoherent and hard to follow I found it hard going.


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