by James Taylor
Nobody built sports cars like British manufacturers in the 1950s and 1960s. There was something very special indeed about the combination of low-slung open two-seater bodywork with a spartan interior, a slick sporting gearchange and a rorty ...
by Owen Beddall
Want to know what really goes on on an aeroplane? Let's go behind the scenes and fly high with these tall tales and gossip from the galley! Everyone wants to be a flight attendant, or at least they want to know about the cushy lifestyle they lead ...
by Margie Siegal
Table of Contents: Introduction: Myth and MachineMechanical Beginnings Harley goes to war Harley as rebel Harley reborn
by Luke Barnard
Small Car, Big Fun
by John Christopher
Used in The Prisoner and seen in many countries, the Mini Moke was a fun alternative to the Mini, originally developed from a military contract requirement.
If there is a manufacturer whose symbol of identity is luxury at sea, this is Riva Group. Its world---famous known yachts are found in the most exclusive ports, and its classic designs made with the newest materials, place them as a reference in ...
by Richard Gibbon
George and Robert Stephenson's Rocket, is an enduring silhouette in railway history. Rocket was built to take part in The Rainhill Trials, a competition to find a locomotive design to pull trains on the world's first passenger line, the Liverpool ...
by Brian Solomon
Brian Solomon is the author of more than 50 books on railroads. He was editor of Pacific RailNews and has contributed to numerous specialist magazines. John Gruber is a renowned railroad photographer and is president of the Center for Railroad ...
by Andy Guy
by Steve Barry
Steve Barry is the editor of Railfan and Railroad. He is the author of Rail Power and other histories of US railroads.
A Family History
by Ron Smith
This book describes the heritage and development of the entire Piper Cherokee family; its safety and ownership characteristics; internal and external details; and a range of special variants from STOL modifications and new engines to seaplanes ...
by Fia O Caoimh
100 Years, Sopwiths to Strike Fighters
by Wilkinson Publishing
Warbirds. Weapons that fly. They home in on their targets in the air, on the ground or at sea, fire their guns and rockets or drop their bombs, and disappear. They shoot down other warbirds. They sink ships. They destroy cities. And they kill ...
by Julian Stray
Central to the prompt delivery of the nation's mail is its efficient transit throughout the country. From 1830, the Post Office relied increasingly on the overland rail network to achieve this. Railway Post Offices, Sunday Sorting Tenders and ...
The Darling of the Dutch
by William H. Miller
A perennial favourite of the Dutch and their finest Ship of State, Nieuw Amsterdam remained in Holland America Line service until 1974, the last ship to retain the Holland America Line's familiar green, yellow and white funnels.
The Best Classics from Around the World
by Heavy Duty Magzine
The team at the worlds leading Harley magazine, Heavy Duty, is pleased to present a selection of vintage and classic Harley-Davidsons featured in the magazine over the last five years. Collecting and restoring these bikes has become a popular ...
by Claudio Somazzi
by NEW HOLLAND
by Tom Cunliffe
The Complete Yachtmaster has been a bestseller since first publication and has established itself as the standard reference for Yachtmaster students as well as skippers of all levels of experience.In this fully revised eighth edition, Tom ...
by Clive Groome