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— Scientific American This profusely illustrated book chronicles the evolution of the architecture of the railroad station in both Europe and America from the s and s. It begi "An engrossing book.4/5(9). The process is cyclical - whether a vicious or virtual circle depends on the client, designer and book looks at the planning, design and management of railway stations. It examines a whole range of stations, from city stations handling tens of millions of passengers annually, through smaller urban and suburban stations, to rural halts. An exciting new generation of railway architecture has emerged in Europe and elsewhere over the past decade. This book explains the reasons for the renaissance of the station as a building type and the current changes it is undergoing. The functional, social and technical factors which shape railway architecture are by: The railway station is important both as a facet of architecture and as a major feature in British social history. Interest in railway architecture continues to grow in spite of the fact that the heritage of railway architecture is rapidly disappearing through neglect or deliberate destruction. In this new, revised edi.
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Railway station architecture Hardcover – January 1, by David Wharton Lloyd (Author) › Visit Amazon's David Wharton Lloyd Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. David Reviews: 1. An exciting new generation of railway architecture has emerged in Europe and elsewhere over the past decade. This book explains the reasons for the renaissance of the station as a building type and the current changes it is undergoing. The functional, social and technical factors which shape railway architecture are s: 1. The railway station is one of England's most distinctive and best-loved building-types. Yet over the past century the nation's stations have often been overlooked or dismissed, and have suffered accordingly. Today a new interest in railways - fuelled by the need for sustainability, by a growing awareness of the realities of transport economics and by the dedication of enthusiastic volunteers. Economic Appraisal 5 Capital Costs The scope of work required to deliver the Croxley Rail link includes the following: I A viaduct and embankment linking the current Metropolitan Line km south of the existing Watford terminus to the disused rail alignment between Croxley and Watford High Street;.