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George Bradshaw's Plan of Lyons, France 1896 Featured Railways Print

George Bradshaw's Plan of Lyons, France 1896

This is a detailed Plan of Lyons showing the streets, canals, principal buildings, railways and railway stations. There is a comprehensive list of Places of Interest numerically illustrated with the plan. It has been meticulously recreated in colour and republished without and fold creases by Mapseeker, from a rare antique original black and white fold up tourist city map. The 29 that were originally published as fold up maps featuring the principal cities of Europe are now rare, yet popular at their time among those who could then explore Europe by railway for the first time

© Mapseeker Publishing Ltd

European Jaegers, gunners, pioneers and trains, chromolithograph, published in 1897 Featured Railways Print

European Jaegers, gunners, pioneers and trains, chromolithograph, published in 1897

European Jaegers (Hunters - Light infantry), gunners, pioneers, and trains (Logistic corps), end of 19th century: I) German Empire: 1) Officer of the railway brigade (parade), 2) Prussian lines pioneer in orderly suit, 3) Bavarian pioneer with cap, 4) Saxon pioneer (battlefield), 5) Bavarian jaeger (battlefield), 6) Saxon jaeger (battlefield), 7) Prussian jaeger (battlefield), 8) Prussian field jaeger corps, 9) Officer of a Prussian Guard Train Battalion, 10) Sergeant of a Prussian Train Battalion (parade), 11) Bavarian train, 12) Saxon Train Sergeant; II) Austria-Hungary: 1) Staff officer of the Jaeger (parade), 2) Jaeger (parade), 3) Jaeger (battlefield), 4) Engeneer soldier (Geniesoldat), 5) Engeneer staff (Geniestab), 6) Pioneer, 7) Soldier of the Railroad Regiment, 8) Train officer, 9) Train soldier; III) Italy: 1) Bersaglieri (parade), 2) Officer of the Bersaglieri (parade), 3) Bersaglieri, small uniform, 4) Officer of the Mountain troups, 5) Mountain troups, 6) Engineer officer (Genieoffizier), 7) Engeneer soldier (Geniesoldat, battlefield), 8) Trumpeter of the Engineer train (Genietrain); IV) France: 1) Officer of the Mountain troups, 2) Mountain troups, 3) Officer of the Jaeger to foot, 4) Jaeger to foot, 5) Jaeger to foot in coat, 6) Engineer officer (Genieoffizier), 7) Engineer soldier, 8) Train soldier (parade); V) Russia: 1) Bodyguard gunner, 2) Finnish gunner, 3) Army gunner, 4) Engineer officer, 5 - 8) Army sapper (5), officer (6), and soldier (7) of a Train battalion from the Peace formation, 8) soldier (7) Soldier of a Train battalion from the War formation; VI) Great Britain: 1) Engineer soldier (Royal Engineers), 2) Train soldier of the Royal Engineers, 3) Sniper officer (King's Royal Rifle Corps), 4) Sniper (King's Royal Rifle Corps, 5) Scottish sniper (Scottish Rifles), 6) Irish sniper (Royal Irish Rifles), 7) Train soldier. Chromolithograph after drawings by Richard KnA?tel (German military painter, 1857 - 1914), published in 1897

L'aqueduc de Roquefavour Featured Railways Print

L'aqueduc de Roquefavour

The aqueduct is a Roquefavour bridge - aqueduct in stone arch with a length of 393 meters and a height of 82.65 meters. Located in the town of Ventabren in the Bouches-du-RhA?ne, it is used to transport the water from the Durance to Marseille and is part of a channel called Canal de Marseille . It crosses the valley of the Arc, spanning both the river, the road to Aix-en-Provence at Berre and railway Aix-Rognac .Its construction started in 1841 and completed in 1847, was directed by the engineer of roads and bridges Franz Mayor de Montricher and William Fraisse . The architecture largely inspired by the ancient Pont du Gard, it is almost two times higher than the latter.It is still used today. Line with the TGV MA©diterranA©e passes less than a mile to the east, and also crosses the valley by a viaduct important