An Inside Look at The History of British Royal Travel
Author/Illustrator/Editor: Peter Pigott (CA)
The conveyance of royalty, whether to Balmoral or Buffalo, by Rolls Royce or Canadian Pacific train, has its own mysterious traditions and protocols. With dry humour and a keen sense of history, Peter Pigott describes how the British royal family has adapted to technological innovations. Organized thematically, the book is packed with well-researched details. We know all about the royal family’s lives, especially their romances and scandals, but do we know who was the first monarch to drive a motorcar? The first to fly in an aircraft? Which king so loved his yacht that he ordered it scuttled on his death? Royal Transport is a fascinating look at how British royalty has travelled since the invention of steam. This richly illustrated book covers all modes of royal transport in Britain and the Commonwealth - some of the most famous and yet unknown transport in the world.
|Date||ISBN||BISAC Code||Thema||Rights available|
|11/19/2005||9781550025729||HISTORY / Social History|
|English||Hardback||10 in x 10 in||C$50.00||208|