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"The Channel ferry"; advantages and feasibility of a train-ferry between England and France.

Author: Ernest De Rodakowski
Publisher: London, Harrison & Sons [1905]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
De Rodakowski, Ernest.
Channel ferry".
London, Harrison & Sons [1905]
(OCoLC)582985410
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest De Rodakowski
OCLC Number: 12638818
Notes: "The information and statistics contained in this book were originally collected and compiled in order to meet Parliamentary enquiry into the merits of the Channel ferry bill, presented on behalf of the Intercontinental Railway Company, Ltd., in the session of 1905"--Preface.
Description: xv, 236 pages illustrations, plates, maps, tables, diagrams 26 cm
Contents: Unbroken communication between England and France.--Previous attempts at solving the problem.--Existing train-ferries.--The Dover-Calais train-ferry scheme of 1905.--Traffic and revenue estimates.--Capital and expenditure estimates.--Trade and traffic, method of compiling statistics.--Trade and traffic, figures and conclusions.--Appendix: Opinions in favour of unbroken communication. Opinions as to the advantage of a train-ferry over other systems for effecting unbroken communication.--Alphabetical index.
Responsibility: Comp. by Ernest De Rodakowski. With plans and tables.

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