|LC Classifications||TF64.R6 S64 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||83210142|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Previous edition: Newton Abbott: David & Charles, Description: pages: illustrations, 1 map. The Railway Man is an autobiographical book by Eric Lomax about his experiences as a prisoner of war during World War II and being forced to help build the Thai-Burma Railway for the Japanese military. The book won the NCR Book Award and the PEN/Ackerley Prize for autobiography.. Synopsis. Growing up before World War II, Lomax is fascinated by railways and spends his holidays trying to spot Subject: Pacific War. Eric Lomax's book, The Railway Man, about his experience as a Japanese prisoner of war has inspired a major new film. But his first family were written out of the story by Lomax himself. John B. Snell: notably his Railways: mechanical engineering. To an extent One man's railway tells something about John Snell who was Managing Director of the Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway for 27 years. The book jacket notes that he was born in Fiji in He is a barrister who worked for both London Transport and British Railways before joining the RHDR in
Not entirely. The "Uncle Finlay" character is a composite of several POWs that Eric Lomax was friends with. There is no one named "Finlay" in The Railway Man book. However, with regard to the book, Finlay seems to most likely resemble Jim Bradley, a fellow POW who had been in the bed next to Eric's in Changi, Singapore in : One man's railway: J.E.P. Howey and the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway () by Snell, J. B and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.5/5(1). One Man's Railway: Story of the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Light Railway J.B. Snell Published by Atlantic Transport Publishers (). William Cooke's plan to demolish his garage in Merton, London, was rejected by Transport for London which said his property is 'required' for delivering the Crossrail 2 scheme.
The 15in gauge Romney, Hythe. & Dymchurch Railway, running for 14 miles across the flatlands of Romney Marsh bordering the south-east coast of Kent, is unique. Not only did it hold the title of the world's smallest public railway but its life and fortunes were largely controlled by . Get this from a library! One man's railway: J.E.P. Honey and the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway. [J B Snell]. Ken Payne's long career in modelling was chronicled for many years in Railway Modeller. In this book Ken describes his journey from Hornby tinplate to his superb Settle and Carlisle layout, housed in a special purpose outbuilding. 60 pages. A metre long on ground level 5 inch gauge track with 4 working points, steaming bays and turntable. all constructed by one man in about 12 months. Set inn the tropical rain forest of far north.