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London's Underground: The Story of the Tube

Green, Oliver
Published in conjunction with TFL, this is a comprehensive guide to the London Underground, combining a historical overview, illustrations and newly commissioned photography.
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Txl. Berlin Tegel Airport

Tietz, Jurgen
The first and definitive building monograph on Berlin's iconic Tegel Airport, showing this listed architectural monument in its original appearance and its present state, richly illustrated with previously unpublished photos and historical drawings from the architects' archive. Text in English and German.
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Railways: A History in Drawings

Valkoinen, Christopher
A compendium of magnificent engineering drawings that gives a unique overview of the history of the railways in Britain.
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Railway Station

Parkstone Press
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Design on the High Seas: Setting the Scene for Entertainment Architecture Aboard Cruise Ships

Farcus, Joseph
Design on the High Seas is an autobiographical account of the architectural design work of Joseph Farcus, which charts his career as an architect who eventually found his way into the cruise-ship industry.
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Jewel Changi Airport

Safdie Architects
Safdie Architects illuminate the process of building the new central connector between the existing airport terminals at Singapore Changi Airport
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Airport Landscape - Urban Ecologies in the Aerial Age

Dumpelmann S & Waldheim
Material gathered from an exhibition at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
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Future Airports

Rahim, Ali
Future Airports re-examines the relationship between the growth of capital and the history of New York City real estate by speculating that airports play a role in the city s financial success.
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Uffelen, Chris Van
Serving as gateways to the cities, train stations were the important urban building developments at the turn of the 20th century. One century later this building mission is experiencing a fascinating renaissance. On a world-wide basis, facilities are emerging that need to fulfill various functions very often they have to serve as shopping malls.
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Level 1: Contemporary Underground Stations of the World

Baker L
Since the London Metropolitan Railway was opened in 1863 the subway has become a symbol of urban life. Tunnel systems are the lifelines of the big cities, transporting millions of passengers every day. This volume provides an overview of the highly interesting and manifold trends in underground construction around the world.
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