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Thompson and Peppercorn, locomotive engineers

Rogers, H. C. B.

Thompson and Peppercorn, locomotive engineers

by Rogers, H. C. B.

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Published by I. Allan in London .
Written in English

  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Thompson, Edward, 1881-1954.,
    • Peppercorn, Arthur Henry, 1889-,
    • Locomotive engineers -- Great Britain -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      Statement[by] H. C. B. Rogers.
      LC ClassificationsTJ139 .R63
      The Physical Object
      Pagination160 p. :
      Number of Pages160
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4184937M
      ISBN 100711009104
      LC Control Number80463092

      Railway hard and soft back Books by Bradford & Barton, Bloomsbury and other publishers with titles "Southern Electrics a Pictorial Survey", "Southern Steam South. Peppercorn comes with his tag attached on one side it says "This bear made exclusively for Curiosity Corner and the other side gives Peppercorn's details and signed Doreen M corn really is a beautiful unusual you for Looking Please ask me any questions you may have H/b Book THOMPSON & PEPPERCORN Locomotive Engineers.

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      found: Rogers, H. C. B. Thompson and Peppercorn, locomotive engineers, (subj.) t.p. (Peppercorn) p. 29 (Arthur Henry Peppercorn, b. ). An excellent summary overview is found in 'Thompson and Peppercorn Locomotive Engineers' by HCB Rogers. The blunt unvarnished truth (which doesn't find favour in some quarters): the Thompson pacifics failed as vehicles due to a weak frame construction forward of the coupled wheelbase.

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Everyday low /5(5). THOMPSON AND PEPPERCORN LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS written by Rogers, H.C.B. published by Ian Allan Ltd. (STOCK CODE: ) for sale by Stella & Rose's Books. Edward Thompson (25 June – 15 July ) was an English railway engineer, and was Chief Mechanical Engineer of the London and North Eastern Railway between and Edward Thompson was born at Marlborough, Wiltshire on 25 June He was the son of an assistant master at Marlborough was educated at Marlborough before taking the.

The riding of the [Peppercorn] A1 and A2 locomotives did not strike me as in anyway dangerous, but I cannot say the same for those Thompson monstrosities, the A2/1, A2/2 and A2/3. These engines, with their longer wheelbase, developed quite an alarming "yawing" motion which at times could be quite disconcerting.

Edward Thompson. There is a considerable amount of biographical material relating to Thompson, notably works by Grafton, Hughes and Rogers, the last of whom placed great reliance upon correspondence between himself and several senior officers who survived the period (Roger's describes Thompson's treatment of Spencer as "vindictive").

It is interesting that Thompson. Books referenced: Thompson and Peppercorn, Locomotive Engineers (Colonel H.C.B Rogers) - ISBNBook Law Publications. Locomotive Panorama () - ISBNIan Allen. Steam in the Blood (Richard Hardy) - ISBNLittlehampton Book Services Ltd.

In Thompson took the opportunity to rebuild the first of Gresley's A1 Pacifics, Great Northern, The book " - Legend of a Locomotive" by H C Webster, Thompson and Peppercorn - Locomotive Engineers.

Surrey UK: Ian Allan. Thompson & Peppercorn - Locomotive Engineers. Book Law Publications. ISBN 1 02 2. Since the divided drive was a consequence of, rather than the means of overcoming the maintenance problems, the statement should therefore be rewritten accordingly.

--Red rose641 April (UTC) External links modified. Thompson & Peppercorn-Locomotive Engineers. This book has been written by Colonel HCB Rogers and was published by Ian Allan Publications.

An image of the book cover is shown for your information. If you click on the image, a scan of the sleeve from the book will be shown. Rogers H C B Thompson & Peppercorn Locomotive Engineers, Book Law,pp First published by Ian Allan in Address label inside the covers.

VG in a VG dust wrapper. Bottom front corner of the covers bumped. A well-illustrated engineering biography of the last two Chief Mechanical Engineers of the LNER. £ The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day.

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THOMPSON AND PEPPERCORN LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS - Rogers, H.C.B. $ Very Good: A book that does not look new and has been read but is in excellent condition. No obvious damage to the cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) Seller Rating: % positive. Engineers of the LNER (Note: The use of the word engineer is with the English meaning of "locomotive designer", and not the American meaning of "engine driver".).

The LNER railway is probably most famous for its express passenger locomotives designed by their Chief Mechanical Engineer (CME) Sir Nigel LNER also had two other CMEs, and used many.

I would suggest that anyone wanting an insight into Edward Thompson's character should read Col. H C B Rogers excellent book "Thompson and Peppercorn - Locomotive Engineers".

A very readable, fair account with (inevitably) much reference back to Sir Nigel's tenure and his locomotives. Chaz. Thompson and Peppercorn, locomotive engineers: ISBN () Hardcover, I. Allan, Founded inhas become a leading book price comparison site. Arthur Peppercorn (29 th January – 3 rd March ) succeeded Edward Thompson and became the final Chief Mechanical Engineer of the LNER quite late in his career, so he was to be at the pinnacle of Doncaster engineering only from to the end of In this short time he left his mark in a very positive way.

‘Pepp’ as he was known came to Doncaster as a Premium. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Thompson and Peppercorn Locomotive Engineers H C B Rogers at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products!. FAMOUS BRITISH LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS: THE LNER AFTER GRESLEY – EDWARD THOMPSON AND ARTHUR PEPPERCORN The new Peppercorn A1 Pacific, No. Tornado, departs from Waterloo with UK Railtours’ ‘Devon Belle’ to Exeter on April 2. JOHN TITLOW Sir Nigel Gresley was arguably Britain’s greatest steam locomotive engineer, and .In andthe newly nationalised British Railways built, at its Doncaster and Darlington works, forty-nine class A1 Pacifics to the design of the LNER’s last Chief Mechanical Engineer, Arthur Peppercorn.

In September Peppercorn’s predecessor, Edward Thompson, unveiled his rebuild of Gresley’s first pacific, No. Great Northern at Doncaster Works. It .You might be interested in reading a book on the subject of Thompson titled 'Thompson & Peppercorn Locomotive Engineers' by Colonel H.C.B.

Rogers. He's a respected author, I've a couple of his books. First publishedthe edition I've got is You'll probably get it through the public library, although they might have to do a search for it.