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By sea to the Channel Islands: from packet boats and steamers to ro-pax and catamarans

By sea to the Channel Islands: from packet boats and steamers to ro-pax and catamarans

Kirkman, Richard

Book. English.
Published Ramsey, Isle of Man: Ferry, 2018
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Details

Statement of responsibility: Richard Kirkman
ISBN: 1911268120, 9781911268123
Note: Includes bibliography (pp. 382-383).
Physical Description: 384 p. : ill., maps (chiefly col.), facsims. ; 25 cm.
Subject: Condor Ferries.; Great Western Railway.; Ferries Channel Islands History.

Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. 1. The earliest services
  3. 2. Enter the London & South Western Railway 1840-1856
  4. 3. Competition from Weymouth 1857-1889
  5. 4. The Great Western Railway takes control 1889-1899
  6. 5. Co-operation and war 1900-1922
  7. 6. Grouping to occupation 1923-1940
  8. 7. Channel Island ships at war 1939-1945
  9. 8. Liberation and nationalisation 1945-1959
  10. 9. British railways 1960-1978
  11. 10. Privatisation and competition 1979-1986
  12. 11. British Channel Island Ferries and Condor 1987-1998
  13. 12. Twenty years of Condor 1998-2018
  14. 13. Looking back
  15. Maps
  16. Notes
  17. Fleet list
  18. Bibliography
  19. Acknowledgements.