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., 41, 2020, III

Christoph Bernhardt, Urban automobility in Cold War Berlin: a transnational perspective, p. 301

Christoph Bernhardt, The making of the “Stadtautobahn” in Berlin afterWorldWar Two: a socio-histoire of power about urban automobile infrastructure, p. 306
Carla Assmann, The emergence of the car-oriented city: Entanglements and transfer agents in West-Berlin, East-Berlin and Lyon, 1945-75, p. 328
Harald Engler, Social movement and the failure of car-friendly city projects: East and West Berlin (1970s and 1980s), p. 353
Annika Levels, (Re-) claiming urban streets: The conflicting (auto) mobilities of cycling and driving in Berlin and New York, p. 381
Rebecca Retzlaff, Catholics v. the Interstates: The fight to protect Catholic institutions from Interstate Highways in Birmingham, Alabama, p. 402
Roy Kozlovsky, Technology transfer of urban highways and interchange design in the 1960s: The case of the Ayalon Crosstown Expressway, Israel, p. 434

Hannah Reeves, The place of peripheral “railway towns” in transport history, p. 458

Cars: Accelerating the Modern World, p. 469

Book Reviews, p. 474
Reviewer list, p. 483

III ser., 41, 2020, II

Massimo Moraglio, Michael Bess, Greet De Block, Mike Esbester, Valentina Fava, Dhan Zunino Singh, More theory, please: Call for papers “Building Transport History Ontologies”, p. 131

Jan Ploeger and Ruth Oldenziel, The sociotechnical roots of smart mobility: Bike sharing since 1965, p. 134
Graham P. Gladden, Post Second World War trans-Atlantic travel for business and pleasure: Cunard and its airline competitors, p. 160
Oliver Dunn, A Sea of Troubles? Journey Times and Coastal Shipping Routes in Seventeenth-Century England and Wales, p. 184
Constantin Ardeleanu, “Steamboat Sociality” along the Danube and the Black Sea (mid-1830s-mid-1850s), p. 208
James Moore, The “last railway mania”: The Light Railways Act of 1896 and local railway construction in Britain, p. 229
Richard J.P. Harris, Building Regional Identity: Social and Cultural Significance of Railways for Cornwall in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, p. 254

Tiana B. Hayden, Dhan Zunino Singh, Food and mobility, p. 278

Book Reviews, p. 289

III ser., 41, 2020, I

Alexis De Greiff A., Mikael Hård, The historical ironies of roads, p. 3

Alexis De Greiff A., Ericka L Herazo, Joan Sebastian Soto Triana, Local, global and fragmented narratives about road construction: An invitation to look beyond our disciplinary space, p. 6

Frank Edward, Mikael Hård, Maintaining the local Empire: The Public Works Department in Dar es Salaam, 1920-60, p. 27
Simon Uribe, The Trampoline of death: Infrastructural violence in Colombia’s Putumayo frontier, p. 47
Xavier Duran, Holmes Páez, Camilo Torres, The arrival of wagons to the Andes: Construction of the Cambao Wagon Road in 1880s Colombia, p. 70

Claire Pelgrims, Fetishising the Brussels roadscape, p. 89

Book Reviews, p. 116

III ser., 40, 2019, III

Philipp Mahltig, Dirk Forschner, Sigrun Abels, On the rail for China: Introduction to the special issue, p. 297

Philipp Mahltig, “German railways” in China: Technology as a site of knowledge, p. 301
Thomas Spain, Oliver Betts, Developing China’s “International” railway: The Canton-Hankow line, 1898-1937, p. 322
Linda Yin-nor Tjia, Swinging between centralisation and decentralisation: China Railway Express Service and its process of assets discovery and recovery, p. 341
Lewis Charles Smith, Marketing modernity: Business and family in British Rail’s “Age of the Train” campaign, 1979-84, p. 363
Chris Lezotte, Born to drive: Elderly women’s recollections of early automotive experiences, p. 395
Alan Rosevear, Dan Bogart, Leigh Shaw-Taylor, The spatial patterns of coaching in England and Wales from 1681 to 1836: A geographic information systems approach, p. 418

Book Reviews, p. 445

III ser., 40, 2019, II

Anna P. H. Geurts, Trains, bodies, landscapes. Experiencing distance in the long nineteenth century, p. 165
Torsten Feys, Riding the rails of removal: The impact of railways on border controls and expulsion practices, p. 189
Pat Rogers, Road-testing the first turnpikes. The enduring value of Daniel Defoe’s account of English highways, p. 211
Chris Monnox, “Men, money, and motors”: The motor car as an emerging technology in Australian Federal Election Campaigns, 1903-31, p. 232
Falk Flade, Beyond socialist camaraderie. Cross-border railway between German Democratic Republic, Poland and Soviet Union (1950s-60s), p. 251

Bert Toussaint, (Transport) history as policy lab for democratic governance, p. 270

Book Reviews 281

III ser., 40, 2019, I

Javier Vidal Olivares, Melina Piglia, Flying the history of commercial aviation in Latin America: An introduction, p. 3

Diego Barría Traverso, “An absolutely Chilean institution”. Línea Aérea Nacional, Chile (1929-45), p. 8
Peter Soland, The miracle (and mirage) of Mexican flight: Aviation development in Mexico, during and after the Second World War, p. 25
Melina Piglia, “Carry our colours and defend our interests under the skies of other Continents”. Argentinian Commercial aviation policy in the Peronista decade (1945-55), p. 44
Etienne Morales, “Un orgullo de Cuba en los cielos del mundo”. Cubana de aviacio?n from Miami to Bagdad (1946-79), p. 62
Carolina Castellitti, Varig, “a Real Brazilian Embassy Outside”: Anthropological reflections on aviation and national imaginaries, p. 82
Javier Vidal Olivares, Latin America in the internationalisation strategy of Iberia, 1946-2000, p. 106
Philip Lloyd, The Irish Railway Commission (1836-39) aiming to reform railways in the United Kingdom and to improve the governance of Ireland, p. 123

Oliver Betts, Beyond “a contradiction in terms”. Transport museums, research agendas, and public history, p. 141

Book Reviews 153

III ser., 39, 2018, III

Massimo Moraglio, Editorial, p. 273

Peter K Andersson, The walking stick in the nineteenth-century city: Conflicting ideals of urban walking, p. 275
Carmen Gruber, Kathrin Raminger, Takeru Shibayama, Manuela Winder, On the Vienna Corso: Changing street use and street design around the Vienna State Opera House 1860-1949, p. 292
Kristina Lilja, Jan Ottosson, The risk of pioneering: Private interests, the State, and the launching of civil aviation in Sweden. The case of SLA 1918-23, p. 316
Nicholas Stanley-Price, Flying to the Emirates: The end of British Overseas Airways Corporation’s service to Dubai and Sharjah in 1947, p. 333
Hugo S. Pereira, Bruno J. Navarro, The implementation and development of narrow-gauge railways in Portugal as a case of knowledge transfer (c. 1850-c. 1910), p. 355
James Miller, Media and mobility: Two fields, one subject, p. 381

Book Reviews, p. 398
John Scholes Transport History Research Essay Competition, 2019, p. 415
John Armstrong Prize Announcement – 2019, p. 416
Reviewer list, p. 418

III ser., 39, 2018, II

Massimo Moraglio, A hundred flowers bloom: Methodology matters, p. 143

Colin Divall, Hiroki Shin, Engineers v. industrial designers: The struggle for professional control over the British Railways Mark 2 Coach, c. 1955-66, p. 145
Pieter De Graef, The fruits of better roads and waterways: Facilitating fertiliser improvement through transport innovations in 18th-century Flemish Husbandry, p. 170
Gregory L Thompson, Danika Bellamy-Sankar, California’s Wildcat Sedans: 1917-42 Challenging Transportation Regulated Monopoly, p. 193
Juan M Cano Sanchiz, Energy and railway workshops: An archaeology of the FEPASA complex (Jundiai?, Brazil), p. 213
Milan J Stankovic, Automotive factory ‘Crvena Zastava’: Yugoslav self-management socialism and challenges for national automobile industry, p. 236

Book Reviews 252

III ser., 39, 2018, I

Massimo Moraglio, On the road, again. Rethinking automobilism, p. 3

Hans-Liudger Dienel, Richard Vahrenkamp, For a social history of shared taxi services: some notes, p. 7

Mathieu Flonneau, Collective taxis in 1930s Paris: A contribution to an archaeology of ‘uberization’, p. 12
Andrey Vozyanov, Solution into problem: Ukrainian Marshrutka and Romanian maxi-taxi at the fall of planning paradigms after 1990, p. 25
Yusuf Umar Madugu, Filling the mobility gaps: The shared taxi industry in Kano, Nigeria, p. 41
Dhan Zunino Singh, The auto-colectivo: A cultural history of the shared taxi in Buenos Aires (1928-33), p. 55
Lela Rekhviashvili, Wladimir Sgibnev, Uber, Marshrutkas and socially (dis-)embedded mobilities, p. 72
Arun Chandu, Pioneering flying: The vision and the failure of Australasian Aerial Transport, 1919-20, p. 92

Marie-Noëlle Polino, Railway workers in Second World War: Towards a reconciliation in historiography? 110

Book Reviews, p. 117

III ser., 38, 2017, II

Massimo Moraglio, Is bitumen a liquid? Discussing flows, viscosity and movements, p. 167

Jonathan Hyslop, Southampton to Durban on the Union Castle Line: An Imperial Shipping Company and the limits of globality c. 1900-39, p. 171
Phillip F. Reid, Something ventured: Dangers and risk mitigation for the ordinary British Atlantic merchant ship, 1600-1800, p. 196
Alexander Trapeznik, Austin Gee, Accommodating the motor car: Dunedin, New Zealand, 1901-30, p. 213
Martin Eriksson, Compensating for the war. Railway nationalisation and transport policy change in Sweden, 1939-47, p. 232

Colin G. Pooley, Connecting historical studies of transport, mobility and migration, p. 251
Guillermo Giucci, Mystical mobilities and entheogenic Latin America, p. 260

Michael K Bess, Froylan Enciso, At the intersection of mobility, transport, and the drug trade: Identifying ‘drug mobilities’, p. 272

Obituary, p. 281
Museum and Exhibition Review, p. 285

III ser., 38, 2017, I

Massimo Moraglio, Seeking a (new) ontology for transport history, p. 3

Valentina Fava, Luminita Gatejel, East-West cooperation in the automotive industry: Enterprises, mobility, production, p. 11
Marko Miljkovic, Making automobiles in Yugoslavia: Fiat technology in the Crvena Zastava Factory, 1954-1962, p. 20
Mariusz Jastrzab, Fiat’s small cars for Polish mass motorisation: The Small Engine Car Factory in Bielsko-Biala and Tychy, 1971-80, p. 37
Tomá? Vilímek, Valentina Fava, The Czechoslovak automotive industry and the launch of a new model: The ?koda factory in Mladá Boleslav, in the 1970s and 1980s, p. 53
Luminita Gatejel, A Socialist-Capitalist joint venture: Citroën in Romania during the 1980s, p. 70
Benedikt Meyer, The rise and fall of Swissair, 1931-2002, p. 88
Maxime Huré, Arnaud Passalacqua, La Rochelle, France, and the invention of bike sharing public policy in the 1970s, p. 106

Peter Cox, Cities, states and bicycles. Writing cycling histories and struggling for policy relevance, p. 124

III ser., 37, 2016, II

Massimo Moraglio Dhan Z. Singh, ‘The Life of Modern Roads’: Spill-overs of automobile infrastructure, p. 123

Rosa E. Ficek, Imperial routes, national networks and regional projects in the Pan-American Highway, 1884-1977, p. 129
Michael K. Bess, ‘Neither motorists nor pedestrians obey the rules’: Transit law, public safety, and the policing of Northern Mexico’s roads, 1920s-1950s, p. 155
M Luísa Sousa, Roads for the 1940 Portuguese Nationality Commemorations: Modernising by excess in a context of scarcity, p. 175
Lyubomir Pozharliev, Collectivity vs. connectivity: Highway peripheralization in former Yugoslavia (1940s-1980s), p. 194
Serkan Karas Stathis Arapostathis, Harbours of crisis and consent: The technopolitics of coastal infrastructure in colonial Cyprus, 1895-1908, p. 214
Lawrence D Taylor, The monorail ‘revolution’ of the 1950s and 1960s and its legacy, p. 236

III ser., 37, 2016, I

Gordon Pirie, Modalities in transport history, p. 3

Nanny Kim, The houseboat in pre-modern China: Technology and culture in mobility history, p. 5
Martin Eriksson, A troubled continuity: Agencies and path dependence in interwar Swedish railway policy, p. 27
Mary Anne Garry, Sedan chairmen in eighteenth-century London, p. 45
Ian Middlebrook, London cabs, Wilkie Collins and The Woman in White, p. 64

III ser., 36, 2015, II

Gordon Pirie, Making Transport History, p. iii

Fredrik Andersson, Thomas Pettersson, Between Private Interests and the State: Corporatist Strategies in the Swedish Railway Council, 1902-67, p. 151
Melina Piglia, Motor Clubs in the Public Arena: The Argentine Automobile Club, the Argentine Touring Club and the Construction of a National Roads System (1910-43), p. 170
Sue-Yen Tjong Tjin Tai, Building Carriage, Wagon and Motor Vehicle Bodies in the Netherlands: The 1900-40 Transition, p. 188
Dale Gilbert, Claire Poitras, ‘Subways are Not Outdated’: Debating the Montreal Metro, 1940-60, p. 209
Junichi Hasegawa, Tokyo’s Elevated Expressway in the 1950s: Protest and Politics, p. 228
Jonathan Hyslop, Oceanic Mobility and Settler-Colonial Power: Policing the Global Maritime Labour Force in Durban Harbour C. 1890-1910, p. 248

III ser., 36, 2015, I

Gordon Pirie, Transport horizons, p. iii

Richard Vahrenkamp, The dream of large-scale truck transport enterprises – outsourcing experiments in the German Democratic Republic, 1957-80, p. 1
Susan Major, Railway excursion agents in Britain, 1840-60, p. 22
Michael John Law, Charabancs and social class in 1930s Britain, p. 41
Juha Sahi, The Trans-Siberian railway as a corridor of trade between Finland and Japan in the midst of world crises, p. 58
André Brett, Dreaming on a railway track: public works and the demise of New Zealand’s provinces, p. 77
Ioannis Limnios-Sekeris, Stakeholders and competition in the transportation of migrants: moving Greeks to Australia in the post-War era, p. 97

Obituary, p. 116
Exhibition and museum reviews, p. 120
Book Reviews, p. 127

III ser., 35, 2014, II

Thomas Zeller, Histories of transport, mobility and environment, p. iii

Victor Seow, Socialist drive: The First Auto Works and the contradictions of connectivity in the early People’s Republic of China, p. 145
Cory Parker, Negotiating the waters: Canoe and steamship mobility in the Pacific Northwest, p. 162
Christopher Wells, Rebuilding the city, leaving it behind: Transportation and the environmental crisis in turn-of-the-century American cities, p. 183
Eike-Christian Heine, Connect and divide: On the history of the Kiel Canal, p. 200
Thomas Robertson, The bird’s-eye view: Toward an environmental history of aviation, p. 220
Matthew K. Chew, A picture worth forty-one words: Charles Elton, introduced species and the 1936 Admiralty map of British Empire shipping, p. 225
Christopher Jones, Landscapes of intensification: Transport and energy in the U.S. mid-Atlantic, 1820-1930, p. 236
Gordon Pirie, George Revill, Tom Zoellner, Tracking railway histories, p. 242
Holly Eileen Wilson, Exhibition review, p. 249

III ser., 35, 2014, I

Gordon Pirie, (Im)measurable transport history, p. iii
Jean-François Rousseau, An imperial railway failure: the Indochina-Yunnan railway, 1898-1941, p. 1
Authors David M. Williams, John Armstrong, ‘One of the noblest inventions of the age’: British steamboat numbers, diffusion, services and public reception, 1812 – c.1823, p. 18
Jeffry M. Diefendorf, Urban transportation planning influences and legacies: Kurt Leibbrand, Germany’s acclaimed postwar traffic planner, p. 35
Graham P. Gladden, Marketing ocean travel: Cunard and the White Star Line, 1910-1940, p. 57
Michael K. Bess, Routes of conflict: building roads and shaping the nation in Mexico, 1941-1952, p. 78
Dhan Zunino Singh, Meaningful mobilities: the experience of underground travel in the Buenos Aires Subte, 1913-1944, p. 97
Ian J. Kerr, Colonial India, its railways, and the cliometricians, p. 114
Jo Stanley, Exhibition and museum review, p. 121

Book Reviews, p. 124

III ser., 34, 2013, II

Christian Klösch, Verena Pawlowsky, Gordon Pirie, Austro-German transport histories, p. iii

Reinhold Bauer, A specifically German path to mass motorisation? Motorcycles in Germany between the World Wars, p. 101
Bettina Gundler, Promoting German automobile technology and the automobile industry: the Motor Hall at the Deutsches Museum, 1933-1945, p. 117
Christian Klösch, The great auto theft: Confiscation and restitution of motorised vehicles in Austria during and after the Nazi period, p. 140
Christopher Kopper, Germany’s National Socialist transport policy and the claim of modernity: reality or fake?, p. 162
Verena Pawlowsky, Luxury item or urgent commercial need? Occupational position and automobile ownership in 1930s Austria, p. 177

III ser., 34, 2013, I

Gordon Pirie, Editorial: Revolutionary limits in transport, p. iii

M. Luísa Sousa, Rafael Marques, Political transitions, value change and motorisation in 1970s Portugal, p. 1
Joseph Boughey, From transport’s golden ages to an age of tourism: L. T. C. Rolt, waterway revival and railway preservation in Britain, 1944-54, p. 22
Alex Karner, Multimodal dreamin’: California transportation planning, 1967-77, p. 39

III ser., 33, 2012, II

Gordon Pirie, Editorial, p. iii-iv

Paul Marr, The geography of the British motorcycle industry, 1896-2004, p. 163
Alexander Medcalf, ‘We are always learning’: Marketing the Great Western Railway, 1921-39, p. 186
Sarah Frohardt-Lane, Close encounters: Interracial contact and conflict on Detroit’s public transit in World War II, p. 212
Chandra Bhimull, Caribbean Airways, 1930-32: A notable failure, p. 228
Samuel Merrill, Looking forward to the past: London Underground’s 150th anniversary, p. 243
Carlos López Galvis, Dhan Zunino, The dialectics of circulation and congestion in history, p. 253

Exhibition and museum review

III ser., 33, 2012, I

Pirie, Gordon, Transport instrumentalities: legacies and levers, p. iii

Atkinson, Neill, ‘Call of the beaches’: Rail travel and the democratisation of holidays in interwar New Zealand, p. 1
Oliver, Bobbie, The Australian Standard Garratt: The engine that brought down a government, p. 21
Rautio, Anna-Maria; Ostlund, Lars, ‘Starvation strings’ and the public good: Development of a Swedish bike trail network in the early twentieth century, p. 42

Albert de la Bruheze, Adri A.; Emanuel, Martin, European bicycling: The politics of low and high culture: taming and framing cycling in twentieth-century Europe, p. 64

European Cycling
Emanuel, Martin, Constructing the cyclist: Ideology and representations in urban traffic planning in Stockholm, 1930-70, p. 67
Stoffers, Manuel, Cycling as heritage: Representing the history of cycling in the Netherlands, p. 92
Ebert, Anne-Katrin, When cycling gets political: Building cycling paths in Germany and the Netherlands, 1910-40, p. 115

III ser., 33, 2011, II

Budd, Lucy C.S., Selling the early air age: Aviation advertisements and the promotion of civil flying in Britain, 1911-14, p. 125
Walton, John K., The origins of the modern package tour? British motor-coach tours in Europe, 1930-70, p. 145
Divall, Colin, Civilising velocity: Masculinity and the marketing of Britain’s passenger trains, 1921-39, p. 164
Horz, Peter; Richter, Marcus, Preserved as technical monuments, run as tourist attractions: Narrow-gauge railways in the German Democratic Republic, p. 192

III ser., 32, 2011, I

Vahrenkamp, Richard, The limits of railway transportation in a mass consumption society: Germany, 1900-1938, p. 1
Caprotti, Federico, Profitability, practicality and ideology: Fascist c ivil aviation and the short life of Ala Littoria , 1934-1943, p. 17
Errázuriz, Tomás, When walking became serious: Reshaping the role of pedestrians in Santiago, 1900-1931, p. 39
Cooper, Martin, The railway in Brazilian fiction: Negotiating modernity, 1888-1980, p. 66
Rich, Jeremy, Riding the currents of colonialism: Adouma canoe workers and French rule in Gabon , c. 1890-1920, p. 83

Exhibition review, p. 106
Book reviews, p. 111