Aérospatiale/BAC Concorde Timelines tells the story of Concorde from the beginnings of jet aircraft through the important milestones of passing the sound barier, and the important collaboration between Britain and France that would see the aircraft take to the skies in 1969.
It concludes with a look at the demise of the supersonic airliner, its final flights in 2003, and where to see Concorde today.
This book asks the questions Christians have about Christianity, and gives answers to help build their confidence in faith.
Is faith in the resurrection as fanciful as belief in aliens? Is the game up for the Church? Is the trinity even relevant? Has science now effectively replaced the Bible?
Does prayer even work? Is divine guidance about tuning in to some mystery voice? Is old age some ghastly joke? What happens to us after we die? How can we go on believing in God when God doesn’t seem to believe in us?
This book, with 40 short chapters, each followed by suggested Bible readings and discussion question, is for individuals or groups – and ideal Lent course and Bible study material.
Darlington and Surroundings in Old Postcards is a wonderful collection of these early scenes, showing the town and its buildings, streets, people and history, as well as many surrounding villages such as Croft, Hurtworth, Middleton St. George and Sadberge. With cards dating back to the turn of the century a fascinating lost world is uncovered which will appeal to anyone with an interest in the history of this County Durham town.
The de Havilland Moth family of aircraft are known the world over for their fundamental importance towards the development of the practical and affordable light aeroplane.
Despite first emerging in 1925, many can still be found flying today. Perhaps best known is the DH.82 Tiger Moth biplane use as a trainer in World War II. However, a great number of different models were encompassed under the Moth name, from the original DH.60 Cirrus Moth to the clean lines of the DH.94 Moth Minor. Along the way were types such as the passenger carrying Giant Moth and the elegant Puss Moth.
This book traces the Moth family through all of the different types using photographs from the author’s own extensive collection, as well as archive images and materials to bring the full story to life.
“On a Saturday in May 2000 Beryl collapsed while we were visiting our son and his family. I caught her as she fell; three of us present were doctors and we realised what was happening.”
When his wife was struck down by a stroke, medical academic Stuart Donnan embarked on a journey of learning to understand and manage her needs and the complex side effects of the stroke. Ten years later a further diagnosis revealed that Beryl was suffering from dementia including some aspects of Alzheimer’s disease.
This heartfelt and honest account of Stuart’s journey in extreme caring for Beryl and her condition at home, and of coping with the demands of her conditions, is a compelling read. It seeks to understand the reasons that these medical conditions happen, and how the sufferer is affected through diminishing mobility and memory. For anyone in a similar situation this book offers comfort and support in your own struggles with caring for stroke and dementia sufferers.
A month-by-month guide to commercial aircraft maiden flights.
This comprehensive reference manual brings to life many of the world’s most important airliners and commercial aircraft through their first flights. With each you’ll learn important facts about the aircraft’s development history, the airlines that flew it, and its vital statistics.
With over 120 aircraft types and multiple variants, plus hundreds of photographs, Flying Firsts is an up-to-date and authoritative reference book covering the world of commercial aviation and aircraft, which is will delight aviation enthusiasts and professionals.
A very British airliner which had the potential to be a great success, but ultimately fell short of the mark because of the wrong design. Learn the history of the Herald in this wonderful aviation book.
The Handley Page Herald was developed after World War II to provide a replacement for the venerable Douglas DC-3. However, it was initially designed as a piston aircraft when airlines were now looking at turboprops.
The Herald nevertheless soldiered on with a variety of airlines worldwide until the 1990s, with a significant fondness from crews, passengers and those who had been involved in the aircraft s development.
This book looks back at the development and life of the Herald and the people who flew it.
Step back to the time of the Brontë sisters and see what life was like in the Yorkshire village of Haworth in this new local history book title from Destinworld Publishing Ltd.
Haworth Timelines is sure to fascinate the thousands of visitors who travel to Haworth every year to learn about the history of the Brontës and their time living there. It is full of historic photographs of the town through the ages, right up to the present day.
This book offers a selection of walks and insider tips on the Florida Keys, taking you on a journey from pre-history, through their discovery in 1513, and the many stories and people who have shaped the chain’s history. Discover the historic bars, natural habitats, pirate stories, and commercial exploits, as well as a complete section of tips on where to eat, drink and sleep.
Clear maps and walking routes in all parts of the islands. Plan your walk by theme Museum and attraction opening times Historic eating, drinking and hotel suggestions Guidance to all of the famous and unknown historic spots.