Tube Station Trivia

Author: GEOFF. MARSHALL
Editor:
ISBN: 9781854144317
Size: 10,25 MB
Format: PDF
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Pub Quiz Trivia 3 000 Questions

Author: Henry Paul
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1326740423
Size: 13,41 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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200 mini quizzes, each one comprising of 15 questions. Answers are grouped with the questions for ease of use. All Questions have been carefully selected from a selection of easy and harder subjects that is sure to entertain and tax everyone's brain cells!

The Cathedral Of The Winged Wheel And The Sugarbeet Station

Author: Richard Deiss
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3837068609
Size: 11,99 MB
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This book contains anecdotes, trivia and interesting facts on 222 railway stations in Europe, from Amsterdam to Ankara and Lisbon to Helsinki. Das in englischer Sprache Buch enthält Anekdoten und interessante Fakten zu 222 Bahnhöfen in Europa.

The Big Book Of Canadian Trivia

Author: Mark Kearney
Editor: Dundurn
ISBN: 1770704086
Size: 12,15 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Here in one big book is all the trivia and facts about Canada anyone needs to know. The Big Book is jam-packed with facts and stories. There are stories of important Canadian artifacts and history including what became of Canada’s World War II spy camp. All regions and provinces are covered, as well as important Canadian figures like John Molson, Elizabeth Arden and Russ Jackson. If that isn’t enough there will also be pieces explaining whatever happened to such Canadian icons as the last spike, the first skidoo and the first Tim Hortons donut shop. Some of the items are "classics." Others are little known facts. Approximately 25% of the material has never before appeared in print. This fascinating Big Book brings together for the first time in one package the most notable facts and trivia from the archives of the trivia guys’ collection.

Why Do Shepherds Need A Bush

Author: David Hilliam
Editor: History Press
ISBN: 9780750963039
Size: 14,47 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Who traveling through Totteridge and Whetstone is aware that the station got its name from the medieval soldiers who sharpened their swords at the whetstone before the bloody battle of Barnet? Or that Canary Wharf was built for importing fruit from the Canary Islands? Or that Shepherd s Bush was previously known as Gagglegoose Green? The names of the 300 hundred or so underground stations are part of everyday life for Londoners, but we hardly ever question their meanings or history. This entertaining book will ensure you never view your journey beneath the city in the same way again."

The Rock Quiz Fact Trivia Book

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ISBN: 9780752532042
Size: 18,92 MB
Format: PDF
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Brain Dump

Author: Geoff Tibballs
Editor: Random House
ISBN: 1473562341
Size: 15,49 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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If there is one other paper-based product you will want to keep close at hand in the loo it is Brain Dump. Discover thousands of fun facts and stats, quirky lists, trivia and other things you need to know in the time it takes you to do a poo. Guaranteed to boost your brain while the rest of your body is otherwise occupied, this bumper compendium covers every subject from football to phobias, mountains to the Muppets and spiders to Shakespeare. It features hundreds of mind-blowing entries including Famous Haemorrhoid Sufferers, People Who Narrowly Missed Boarding The Titanic, Types of Cloud, Dentists in Films, Longest Song Titles, Awesome Australian Slang Words, and Fascinating Facts About Sheep. Printed on soft absorbent paper for emergencies.

The London Underground Quiz Book

Author: Chris Cowlin
Editor: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1908752041
Size: 14,47 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Brief Description: Are you a regular commuter on the London Underground? Do you use the tube to get around for business or pleasure? Or maybe you have travelled on the underground during a visit to the UK capital? If so, just how much can you remember about the world’s oldest underground system? Which tube station is the busiest, with 77 million passengers each year? If you were travelling on the Piccadilly Line, which tube station would you get off at if you were visiting Arsenal Football Club? In which year during the 1940s did the central line extend from Liverpool Street to Stratford? The answers to these and many more brain-teasing questions are all in this quiz book. Find out how well you know your way around the tube or challenge your colleagues, family and friends to discover who is the most knowledgeable about London Underground. Full of fascinating facts The London Underground Quiz Book is both fun and informative and an excellent way to help pass away the hours you spend travelling.

The Best Tv Trivia And Quiz Book Ever

Author: Malcolm Vance
Editor:
ISBN: 9780517364123
Size: 11,74 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Station Identification

Author: Donald Bowie
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1590773020
Size: 18,32 MB
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This is a memoir by a thirty-one-year-old man who has just given up the most meaningful, heartwarming and enduring relationship in his life—with his television set. The tale begins with Donald Bowie’s discovery of ‘Howdy Doody,’ and ends as he bids farewell to the television world after the last episode of the ‘Mary Tyler Moore Show.’ In the span of Donald’s young life, he trades reality for the better life on the tube. TV becomes Donald’s family, his friends, his classroom and, ultimately, his undoing. Station Identification is his hilarious confession of that beautiful friendship. Grappling with the urges of puberty, he finds that “the whole business of womanhood seemed easiest to understand when it was jammed into Elly May Clampett’s jeans.” Years later, after a wonderful night on the town, Donald brings his date home to watch TV—something close to having her meet the folks. “She fell asleep during a re-run of ‘The Honeymooners.’” He writes. “I knew the relationship wouldn’t last.” If television was once believed to be a vast wasteland, Donald Bowie has come back to tell us that it is a place where dreams are born.