The Journal of Transport History DATINI

The Journal of Transport History

Leicester. University College of Leicester
ISSN: 0022-5266
Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali
Punto di servizio: Economia; Riv. str. 0299
Consistenza: v. 1, 1953, 1-
Lacune: III ser., v . 21; III ser., 1980, 2;
[ 2030-2021 ] [ 2020-2011 ] [ 2010-2001 ] [ 2000-1991 ] [ 1990-1981 ] [ 1980-1971 ] [ 1970-1961 ] [ 1960-1953 ]

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III ser., 31, 2010, II

French, Mike, On the road: Travelling salesmen and experiences of mobility in Britain before 1939, p. 133
Harvey, Edward, Pavage grants and urban street paving in medieval England, 1249-1462, p. 151
Lindgren, Eva; Lindgren, Urban; Pettersson, Thomas, Driving from the centre to the periphery? The diffusion of private cars in Sweden, 1960-1975, p. 164
Steele, M. William, The speedy feet of the nation: Bicycles and everyday mobility in modern Japan, p. 182
Walsh, Margaret, Gender on the road in the United States: By motor car or motor coach?, p. 210

Exhibition and museum reviews, p. 231
Book reviews, p. 235

III ser., 31, 2010, I

Schmucki, Barbara, Fashion and technological change Tramways in Germany after 1945, p. 1
Hey, Kevin, Transport co-ordination and professionalism in Britain Forging a new orthodoxy in the early inter-war years, p. 25
Cohen, Jim, Private capital, public credit and the decline of American railways, 1840-1940, p. 42
Poulsen, René Taudal, The emergence of new organisational forms in liner shipping: Swedish liner shipping and international consortia, 1960-75, p. 69
Blondé, Bruno, At the Cradle of the Transport Revolution?: Paved Roads, Traffic Flows and Economic Development in Eighteenth-Century Brabant, p. 89

III ser., 30, 2009, II

Roseau, Nathalie, Reach for the skies. Aviation and urban visions: Paris and New York, c. 1910, p. 121
Maffei, Nicolas P., Both natural and mechanical. The streamlined designs of Norman Bel Geddes, p. 141
Moraglio, Massimo, Real ambition or just coincidence? The Italian fascist motorway projects in inter-war Europe, p. 168
Doe, Helen, Travelling by staying at home. Women in westcountry ports and their overseas connections in the nineteenth century, p. 183
Maw, Peter; Wyke, Terry; Kidd, Alan, Water transport in the Industrial Age. Commodities and carriers on the Rochdale Canal, 1804-1855, p. 200

III ser., 30, 2009, I

Lyth, Peter, ‘Think of her as your mother’: Airline advertising and the stewardess in America, 1930-1980, p. 1
Gray, Ian, Maintaining the power of central governments: Regional land transport in the Australian Federation, 1850- 2007, p. 22
1Ten Horn-van Nispen, Marie-Louise; Ravesteijn, Wim, The road to an empire: Organisation and technology of road construction in the Dutch East Indies, 1800-1940, p. 40
1Hutchison, Iain, The Scottish Air Ambulance Service, 1928-1948, p. 58
1Verhoeven, Gerrit, ‘Een divertissant somertogje’: Transport innovations and the rise of short-term pleasure trips in the Low Countries, 1600-1750, p. 78

Museum review, p. 98
Book reviews, p. 100

III ser., 29, 2008, II

Maria Eugénia Mata, As bees attracted to honey. Transport and job mobility in Portugal, 1890-1950, p. 173
J.W.C. Reveley, Path dependence. Institutional change in New Zealand’s port labour markets, 1950-1989, p. 193
Knut Boge, Divergent paths. Comparing Scandinavian road policies from the eighteenth century to the present, p. 213

Paul Josephson, Russian roads and railroads. Introduction, p. 237

Russian Roads and Railroads
Tracy Nichols Busch, Connecting an empire. Eighteenth-century Russian roads, from Peter to Catherine, p. 240
Robert Argenbright, Lethal mobilities. Bodies and lice on Soviet railroads, 1918-1922, p. 259
Lewis H. Siegelbaum, Roadlessness and the ‘path to communism’. Building roads and highways in Stalinist Russia, p. 277

Museum reviews, p. 295
Book reviews, p. 304

III ser., 29, 2008, I

Gordon Pirie, Introduction: Cultural crossings, p. 1

The Cultural Turn
Liz Millward, The embodied aerial subject: Gendered mobility in British inter-war air Tours, p. 5
Jennifer Clark, Challenging motoring functionalism: Roadside memorials, heritage and history in Australia and New Zealand, p. 23
Georgine Clarsen, Machines as the measure of women: Colonial irony in a Cape to Cairo automobile journey, 1930, p. 44

History, Policy and Planning
Christian Henrich-Franke, Mobility and European integration: Politicians, professionals and the foundation of the ECMT, p. 64
Martin Tschopp, Kay W. Axhausen, Transport infrastructure and regional development in Switzerland: Accessibility, spatial policy and urban sprawl during the last flfty years, p. 83
David Levinson, The orderliness hypothesis: The correlation of rail and housing development in London, p. 98

Research Report
Anne Conchon, Financing transport infrastructure: The French case in a European context in the eighteenth century, p. 115
Zdenek Tomes, Applying the life-cycle theory: The rise and fall of railways, p. 120

Surveys and Speculations
Günter Dinhobl, Keep on turning: A note from the European continent, p. 125-130
Penny Sparke, Mobility history from a design historian’s perspective: The T2M conference, 2007, p. 131

Museum review, p. 137
Book reviews, p. 141

III ser., 28, 2007, II

Editorial, p. III
Johan Schot, Introduction: building Europe on transnational infrastructures, p. 167
Irene Anastasiadou, Networks of powers: railway vision in inter-war Europe, p. 172
Alexander Badenoch, Touring between war and peace: imagining the “transcontinental motorway “1930-1950, p. 192
Frank Schipper, Changing the face of Europe: European road mobility during the Marshall Plan years, p. 211

Nanny Kim, Single-wheeled mobility: the housed-wheel barrow on the plains of pre-industrial China, p. 229

Asta von Buch, In the image of the Grand Tour: railway station embellishment and the origins of mass tourism, p. 252

Hanneke Duijnhoven, Winner of the 2006 Dr Cornelis Lely Prize Security culture in the Dutch and Spanish railway sectors: a historical perspective, p. 272

Research Note, p. 289
Mobility and Media, p. 294
Surveys and speculations, p. 297
Museum review, p. 312
Review article, p. 312
Book reviews, p. 326

III ser., 28, 2007, I

Editorial, p. III
Paul Marr, The King’s Highway to Lancaster: a graph-theory analysis of colonial Pennsylvania’s road network, p. 1
Frank Leonard, “Diplomatic forces of the new railroad”: transcontinental terminus entry ar Vancouver and Seattle, p. 21
Daniel Todd, Against the odds: the origins of survival of a small British railway port, 1850-1939, p. 39
Julian Greavers, Managing decline: the political economy of British shipping in the 1930s, p. 60
Peter Ewer, A gentlemen’s club in the clouds: reassessing the Empire Air Mail Scheme, 1933-1939, p. 75
Massimo Moraglio, Between industry and tourism: the Turin-Savona motorway, 1936-2001, p. 93

Research Note, p. 111
Mobility and Media, p. 116
Surveys and speculations, p. 120
Museum review, p. 125

III ser., 27, 2006, II

Editorial, p. XI
Obituary: Philip Sidney Bagwell, 1914-2006, p. XIII
Hans Biuter, Peter-Eloy Staal, City lights: regulated streets and the evolution of traffic lights in the Netherlands, 1920-1940, p. 1
Richard Vahrenkamp, Automobile Tourism and Nazi propaganda: constructing the Munich-Salzburg Autabahn, 1933-1939, p. 21
W. Dean Kinzley, Merging lines: organising Japan’s national railroad, 1906-1914, p. 39
Raymond E. Dumett, British imperial transport management: the Gold Coast Sekondi-Kumase railway, 1903-1911, p. 60

HISTORY, PLANNING AND POLICY Thomas Petterson, Centre, periphery and institutional path dependence: transport subsidies in Sweden and Norway, p. 80
Asha Weinstein, Congestion as a cultural construct: the “congestion evil in Boston in the 1890s and 1920s, p. 97

Research Note, p. 116
Surveys and speculations, p. 125
Museum review, p. 140

III ser., 27, 2006, I

Gijs Mom, Editorial, p. IX
David Brown, The industrial revolution, political economy and the British aristocracy: the second Viscount Dudley and Ward as an eighteenth-century canal promoter, p. 1
Michael Heafford, Between Grand Tour and Tourism: British travellers to Switzerland in a period of transition, 1814-1860, p. 25
Erik Törnlund, Lars Östlund, Mobility without wheels: the economy and ecology of timber floating in Sweden, 1850-1980, p. 48
Bradley Flamm, Putting the brakes on “non-essential “travel: 1940s wartime mobility, prosperity, and the US Office of Defense Trasportation, p. 71
Mathieu Flonneau, City infrastructures and city dwellers: accomodating the automobile in twentieth-century Paris, p. 93

HISTORY, PLANNING AND POLICY Muhammad M. Ishaque, Robert B. Nolan, Making roads safe for pedestrians or keeping them out of the way? An historical perspective on pedestrian policies in Britain, p. 138

Research Note, p. 150
Museum review, p. 155

III ser., 26, 2005, II

Peter Lyth, Editorial, p. VII
John K. Walton, Power, speed and glamour: the naming of express steam locomotives in inter-war Britain, p. 1
Jesús Mirás-Araujo, The Spanish tramway as a vehicle of urban shaping: La Coruña, 1903-1962, p. 20
Ralph Turvey, Horse traction in Victorian London, p. 38
Tomás Martínez Vara, Labour costs and the decline of the MZA railway in Spain, 1912-1935, p. 60
Lucy Taksa, ‘About as popular as a dose of clap’: steam, diesel and masculinity at the New South Wales Eveleigh Railway Workshops, p. 79
Dorthe Gert Simonsen, Accelerating modernity: time-space compression in the wake of the aeroplane, p. 98
Transport records deposited in 2003, p. 118

Museum review, p. 123
Review article, p. 125
Book reviews, p. 130

III ser., 26, 2005, I

Bronwen Cook, ‘A true, faire and just account’: Charles Huggett and the Content of Maldon in the English coastal shipping trade, 1679-1684, p. 1
Geoff Timmins, Paving the way: advances in road-building techniques in Lancashire, 1770-1870, p. 19
A. J. Arnold, S. McCartney, Rates of return, concentration levels and strategic change in the British railway industry, 1830-1912, p. 41
John Armstrong, David M. Williams, The steamboat and popular tourism, p. 61
Thomas J. Campanella, ‘The civilising road’: American influence on the development of highways and motoring in China, 1900-1949, p. 78
Colin Divall, George Revill, Cultures of transport: representation, practice and technology, p. 99

Museum Reviews, p. 112
Review Article, p. 118
Book Reviews, p. 123

III ser., 25, 2004, II

Gerald Crompton, ‘The tortoise and the economy’: inland waterway navigation in international economic history, p. 1
D. C. H. Watts, Evaluating British railway poster advertising: the London & North Eastern Railway between the wars, p. 23
Sari Maenpaa, Women below deck: gender and employment on British passenger liners, 1860-1938, p. 57
Mark Aldrich, The contribution of the diesel locomotive to trainmen’s safety on US railroads, 1927-1954, p. 75
Nathalie N. Mitev, Trains, planes and computers: from high-speed trains to computerised reservation at French Railways, p. 93
Philip Bagwell, The sad state of British railways: the rise and fall of Railtrack, 1992-2002, p. 111
Transport records deposited in 2002, p. 125

Museum reviews, p. 130
Book reviews, p. 140

III ser., 25, 2004, 1

Mark Brayshay, Long-distance royal journeys: Anne of Denmark’s journey from Stirling to Windsor in 1603, p. 1
Ralph Harrington, Beyond the bathing belle: images of women in inter-war railway publicity, p. 22
Kevin Hey, The initial crisis of bus service lecensing, 1931-34, p. 46
Gordon Pirie, Passenger traffic in the 1930s on British imperial air routes: refinement and revision, p. 63
Loren Siebert, Using GIS to map rail network history, p. 84

Museum review, p. 105
Book reviews, p. 108

III ser., 24, 2003, 2

Peter Lyth, Editorial, p. V
Gijs Mom, What kind of transport history did we get? Half a century of JTH and the future of the field, p. 121
Mark D. Mattheuws, Shipping and local enterprise in the early eighteenth century: evidence from south-west Wales, p. 139
Thomas Day, The construction of Aberdeenshire’s first turnpike roads, p. 154
Clay McShane, Joel Tarr, The decline of the urban horse in American cities, p. 177
Gijs Mom, Costs, technology and culture: propelling the early taxicab, 1900-25, p. 199
Roderick A. Smith, The Japanese Shinkansen: catalyst for the renaissance of rail, p. 222
Kurt Möser, The dark side of ‘automobilism’, 1900-30: violence, war and the motor car, p. 238
Colin Divall, Transport museums: another kind of historiography, p. 259

Museum reviews, p. 271
Book reviews, p. 276

III ser., 24, 2003, 1

Michael Robbins, 1915-2002, p. VII
Veront M. Satchell, Cezley Sampson, The rise and fall of railways in Jamaica, 1845-1975, p. 1
Daniel Todd, Ore imports and port competition: a Cumbrian struggle for supremacy, p. 22
Scott R. Fletcher, Public dreams, private means: Cincinnati and its Southern Railway, 1869-1901, p. 38
Alberte Martínez López, Belgian investment in tramways and light railways: an international approach, 1892-1935, p. 59
Robert Colley, Railways and the mid-Victorian income tax, p. 78

Book Reviews, p. 103
Museum Review, p. 110

III ser., 23, 2002, 2

David Sunderlarnd, The departmental system of railway construction in British West
Africa 1895-1906
, p. 87
John Herson, Estimating traffic: a case study of the Chester sub-region in 1827-28, p. 113
Tim Strangleman, Constructing the past: railway history from below or a study in nostalgia?, p. 147
David Hodgkins, Railway influence in parliamentary elections at Grimsby, p. 159
Michael Robbins, T. C. Barker and transport history, p. 178
Transport records deposited in 2000, p. 180

Museum review, p. 184
Book reviews, p. 188

III ser., 23, 2002, 1

Margaret Walsh, Gendering transport history: retrospect and prospect, p. 1
Jo Stanley, And after the cross-dressed cabin boys and whaling wives? Possible futures for women’s maritime historiography, p. 9
Alisa Freedman, Commuting gazes: schoolgirls, salarymen, and electric trains in Tokyo, p. 23
Beth Muellner, The deviance of respectability: nineteenth-century transport from a woman’s perspective, p. 37
Ian Carter, The lady in the trunk: railways, gender and crime fiction, p. 46
Barbara Schmucki, On the trams: women, men and urban public transport in Germany, p. 60
Drew Whitelegg, Cabin pressure: the dialectics of emotional labour in the airline industry, p. 73

III ser., 22, 2001, 2

Kevin Hey, The origins and formation of the Traffic Commissioners, p. 85
Mike Huggins, John Tolson, The railways and sport in Victorian Britain: a critical reassessment, p. 99
David Syrett, Merchant shipping in the service of the Navy Board: the chartering of storeships, 1739-48, p. 116
Colin Simmons, Viv Caruana, Enterprising local government: policy, prestige and Manchester Airport, 1929-82, p. 126
Transport records deposited in 1999, p. 147

Museurn reviews, p. 155
Book reviews, p. 159

III ser., 22, 2001, 1

Michael Robbins, Jack Simmons, 1915-2000, p. 1
Laurent Bonnaud, The channel tunnel, 1955-75 : when the sleeping beauty woke again, p. 6
Elena Frangakis-Syrett, The making of an ottoman port : the quay of Ismir in the nineteenth century, p. 23
Craig R. Semsel, More the an ocean apart : the street railwais of Cleveland and Birmingham, 1880-1911, p. 47
Rex Pope, Railway companies and resort hotels between the wars, p. 62

Book reviews, p. 74