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Train Simulator: Chatham Main & Medway Valley L...
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Soak in the sights, sounds and smells of a venerable route with almost 200 years of history, but which still runs both passenger and freight services across the Kentish countryside. With a range of locos and multiple units tearing down the tracks between lovingly rendered, true-to-life stations this is the route for all fans of English rail!The South Eastern Railway was established in 1836 to build a railway line which would link London and the coastal town of Dover, a key port with connections to mainland Europe. The line was sedate, but bustling. Passenger, fruit and hops traffic became a staple of the line between Maidstone and Paddock Wood, and despite opposition from residents, and even the Mayor of the county town, there was little denying that the railway was proving beneficial. So beneficial in fact, that it was decided to extend the line further north, continuing to follow the path of the stunning Medway Valley.One striking feature of the route is that the Medway Valley Line retained its semaphore signalling. It would not be until 2005 that the line was finally brought up to modern standard with colour-light signalling, however some still remain open and can be seen in-game, especially at stations like Cuxton where the level crossing is still hand-operated gates. Today, the line is a community rail service operated by Southeastern. The same service pattern is in effect, and is typically formed of 3-car Class 375/3 Electrostars, although Class 466s are used on occasion, and Class 465s have also been used in years prior. An extra service pattern was trialled in 2011 and is now permanent, Southeastern Highspeed Class 395s operate in the morning and evening peaks to Maidstone West, calling only at Snodland before heading to/from London St Pancras.When brought into Train Simulator, the Medway Valley Line will complement the Chatham Main Line by bringing you a quieter side to Southeastern services while unlocking freight potential across the picturesque countryside. Kent is called “The Garden of England” for a reason – so get out there and see for yourself!Included ScenariosThis add-on includes a range of scenarios for all the included locomotives:[375] 01. 2T19 0904 Tonbridge to Strood[375] 02. 2T24 1004 Strood to Tonbridge[465] 03. 1B89 0638 Gillingham (Kent) to London Cannon Street[465] 04. 1E95 1830 London Cannon Street to Strood/Maidstone West[59] 05. 6Y93 0935 Purley Foster Yeoman to Hoo Junction Up Yard[59] 06. 6V18 1120 Allington A.R.C. Sdg. to Whatley Quarry: Part 1[59] 07. 6V18 1120 Allington A.R.C. Sdg. to Whately Quarry: Part 2[Railfan Mode] Hoo Junction[Railfan Mode] Maidstone Barracks[Railfan Mode] Strood[Railfan Mode] TonbridgeMore scenarios are available on the Steam Workshop online and in-game. Train Simulator’s Steam Workshop scenarios are free and easy to download, adding many more hours of exciting gameplay. With scenarios being added daily, why don’t you check it out now!Key Features48 mile route From London Victoria to Orpington & Rainham via Kent House and Denmark Hill27 mile route from Strood to Tonbridge, including Tonbridge West Yard7 mile route from Strood to Gravesend, including Hoo JunctionBR Class 59/0 in Blue & Grey LiveryBR Class 59/2 in DB Schenker LiveryBR JNA, JHA, MEA, MFA and MXA Wagons in various liveriesBR Class 465/0 in Southeastern ‘Grey Stripe’ liveryBR Class 465/1 in Southeastern ‘Blue Stripe’ liveryBR Class 375/3/6/7 in Southeastern Dark Blue liveryBR Class 377/1/3 in Southern, ex. Southern and Southeastern Dark Blue liveriesQuick Drive Compatibility

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Rip-Roaring Innovation!: Innovative People Make...
9,95 € *
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Imagine how the world would be if Ford had never used his innovation to create the car. Thanks to the advancements made by Rip-Roaring innovators like Henry Ford, The Wright Brothers, Steve Jobbs, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Babe Ruth, Michael Jordan, Bill Gates, The Beatles, and Thomas Edison, our world has moved forward, forever changed and improved. Innovating is fun, and often changes the world, especially when you least expect it. Mark Victor Hansen is lifelong student of innovation and a master innovator himself. In this breakthrough audio he reveals the top-drawer techniques that bring the most success. After listening, your own talent and innovative imagination will flourish and prosper. You will experience the sublime process and rewards of being a rip-roaring innovator. 1. Language: English. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/sp/made/000343/sp_made_000343_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Uffington and Barnack Railway Station
29,00 € *
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Uffington and Barnack was a railway station in Cambridgeshire serving the villages of Uffington, Barnack and Bainton. The station was on the Midland Railway's Syston and Peterborough Railway from Peterborough to Leicester and was situated to the east of a the level crossing on the road between Uffington and Barnack. It opened in 1846 and closed to passengers in 1952 and to goods in 1964. To the west of the level crossing was a signal box and a single goods siding. The goods yard is now used as a car park by the signalman and sometimes by track maintenance crews. The signal box is still in use and is a block post with the adjacent signal boxes being Peterborough and Ketton, Stamford signal box having been abolished in 1983. The level crossing gates are opened and closed by hand.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Makers at Work
21,99 € *
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What do you get when you combine an electronics hobbyist, hacker, garage mechanic, kitchen table inventor, tinkerer, and entrepreneur? A “maker,” of course. Playful and creative, makers are—through expertise and experimentation—creating art, products, and processes that change the way we think and interact with the world.   As you’ll see from the 21 interviews in Makers at Work, inquisitive makers are just as apt to pick up a laser cutter or an Arduino as a wrench to fashion something new. For example, you’ll meet Jeri Ellsworth, who might provide a video lecture on magnetic logic one day and a tutorial on welding a roll bar on a stock car the next. You’ll also meet Eben Upton, who put cheap, powerful computing in the hands of everyone with the Raspberry Pi, Becky Stern, who jazzes up clothing with sensors and LEDs, and bunnie Huang, who knows the ins and outs of the Shenzhen, China, electronics parts markets as well as anyone. As all the interviews in Makers at Work show, makers have something in common: reverence for our technical past coupled with an aversion to convention. If they can’t invent new processes or products, it’s simply not worth doing. Crazy as foxes, makers—working in the spirit of Tesla, Wozniak, Edison, Gates, Musk and many others—can bring sophisticated products to the people or to the market as fast or faster than large corporations. And they are not just enabling new technologies and devices—they are changing the way these devices are funded, manufactured, assembled, and delivered. Makers at Work puts a spotlight on the maker mindset and motivation of those who are reinventing the world one object or idea at a time. You will: Meet the individuals who define what it means to be a maker. Learn about the tools and technologies driving the new industrial revolution. Discover ways to scale your weekend project into a profitable business. See how others have used to crowdfunding to make their visions a reality. Learn how open-source hardware and software is enabling whole new categories of products by removing barriers of entry for inventors. The new masters of the “Makerverse” ask two questions: Can it be done? Is it fun? As these interviews will show, the answer to both questions is, “Let’s find out.”

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Parallel Lies
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Penzler Pick, June 2001: Ridley Pearson, who has written 14 previous books, many of them featuring his Seattle cop Lou Boldt, ups the ante in his latest thriller. Northern Union Railroad has been experiencing a series of accidents with their freight trains, but it is not until they find a freight car covered with blood that they call in outside help. Peter Tyler used to be a cop, until he nearly beat a black man to death and lost his badge. When he gets a second chance via an old friend at the National Transportation Safety Board, he drives a convertible through a snowstorm with the top down (he suffers from claustrophobia) to view the freight car. He arrives at the scene to discover that he will have to deal with Northern Union's own security officer, Nell Priest, a black woman who already knows Tyler's history. Meanwhile, Umberto Alvarez, the train wrecker, is systematically working his way towards his ultimate wreck, Northern's F.A.S.T. train, due to make its maiden run from New York to Washington, D.C. Alvarez lost his wife and children when their car stalled between the gates at a crossing and were crushed by one of Northern's trains. Although Northern Union was cleared of all responsibility and Alvarez's wife was found negligent, he doesn't think that's so. As Peter Tyler's investigation proceeds, he begins to come to the same conclusion. Closing in on Alvarez, he tries to interview the crossing guard who was on duty the day the wreck occurred. On arriving at the man's apartment, he finds the man bludgeoned to death--with the same stick with which Tyler beat the black man all that time ago. It's time to get paranoid. Who at Northern is covering up and what role does Nell play in all this? As always in a Ridley Pearson thriller, the action doesn't stop until the final page. --Otto Penzler

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Makers at Work
32,90 CHF *
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What do you get when you combine an electronics hobbyist, hacker, garage mechanic, kitchen table inventor, tinkerer, and entrepreneur? A 'maker,' of course. Playful and creative, makers are-through expertise and experimentation-creating art, products, and processes that change the way we think and interact with the world.   As you'll see from the 21 interviews in Makers at Work, inquisitive makers are just as apt to pick up a laser cutter or an Arduino as a wrench to fashion something new. For example, you'll meet Jeri Ellsworth, who might provide a video lecture on magnetic logic one day and a tutorial on welding a roll bar on a stock car the next. You'll also meet Eben Upton, who put cheap, powerful computing in the hands of everyone with the Raspberry Pi; Becky Stern, who jazzes up clothing with sensors and LEDs; and bunnie Huang, who knows the ins and outs of the Shenzhen, China, electronics parts markets as well as anyone. As all the interviews in Makers at Work show, makers have something in common: reverence for our technical past coupled with an aversion to convention. If they can't invent new processes or products, it's simply not worth doing. Crazy as foxes, makers-working in the spirit of Tesla, Wozniak, Edison, Gates, Musk and many others-can bring sophisticated products to the people or to the market as fast or faster than large corporations. And they are not just enabling new technologies and devices-they are changing the way these devices are funded, manufactured, assembled, and delivered. Makers at Work puts a spotlight on the maker mindset and motivation of those who are reinventing the world one object or idea at a time. You will: Meet the individuals who define what it means to be a maker. Learn about the tools and technologies driving the new industrial revolution. Discover ways to scale your weekend project into a profitable business. See how others have used to crowdfunding to make their visions a reality. Learn how open-source hardware and software is enabling whole new categories of products by removing barriers of entry for inventors. The new masters of the 'Makerverse' ask two questions: Can it be done? Is it fun? As these interviews will show, the answer to both questions is, 'Let's find out.'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 13.08.2020
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Parallel Lies
4,49 € *
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Penzler Pick, June 2001: Ridley Pearson, who has written 14 previous books, many of them featuring his Seattle cop Lou Boldt, ups the ante in his latest thriller. Northern Union Railroad has been experiencing a series of accidents with their freight trains, but it is not until they find a freight car covered with blood that they call in outside help. Peter Tyler used to be a cop, until he nearly beat a black man to death and lost his badge. When he gets a second chance via an old friend at the National Transportation Safety Board, he drives a convertible through a snowstorm with the top down (he suffers from claustrophobia) to view the freight car. He arrives at the scene to discover that he will have to deal with Northern Union's own security officer, Nell Priest, a black woman who already knows Tyler's history. Meanwhile, Umberto Alvarez, the train wrecker, is systematically working his way towards his ultimate wreck, Northern's F.A.S.T. train, due to make its maiden run from New York to Washington, D.C. Alvarez lost his wife and children when their car stalled between the gates at a crossing and were crushed by one of Northern's trains. Although Northern Union was cleared of all responsibility and Alvarez's wife was found negligent, he doesn't think that's so. As Peter Tyler's investigation proceeds, he begins to come to the same conclusion. Closing in on Alvarez, he tries to interview the crossing guard who was on duty the day the wreck occurred. On arriving at the man's apartment, he finds the man bludgeoned to death--with the same stick with which Tyler beat the black man all that time ago. It's time to get paranoid. Who at Northern is covering up and what role does Nell play in all this? As always in a Ridley Pearson thriller, the action doesn't stop until the final page. --Otto Penzler

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 13.08.2020
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