Automobile Heritage And Tourism

Author: Michael V. Conlin
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1315436205
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This book adds to the industrial heritage tourism literature and will appeal to a diverse audience, and in particular those the field of cultural heritage and industrial heritage tourism and practitioners involved with the planning, ...

Contemporary Issues In Cultural Heritage Tourism

Author: Jamie Kaminski
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136663215
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explaining the dearth of research on heritage vehicle tourism. In order to
understand how historic vehicle events can impact local communities, research
was initiated to assess and understand the economic impact of three separate
events: the 2010 London to Brighton Veteran Car Runon the cityofBrighton and
Hove(Smith etal., 2011), the 2012Beaulieu Autojumble on the New Forest region
(Kaminski et al., 2013a)andthe 2012 Goodwood Revival Festival (Kaminski et al.,

Industrial Heritage Tourism

Author: Dr. Philip Feifan Xie
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845415159
Size: 41.85 MB
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Given two weeks of complimentary European auto insurance, buyers can drive
their new car through Europe for a few days and then drop it off at a designated
port so that it can be shipped home. The industrial experience tour includes the
production proper where tourists/buyers watch the car assembly, and service
elements such as the customer center to welcome the tours. Although the
ultimate purpose is to purchase a car, these consumers are actually industrial
heritage tourists ...

Railway Heritage And Tourism

Author: Michael V. Conlin
Publisher: Channel View Publications
ISBN: 1845414381
Size: 52.79 MB
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About 280 tourist railroads exist in the US over short distances, devoted to
carrying passengers primarily for sightseeing (Anonymous, 2011; Tourist
Railroad Information Center, 2011); one such railroad is the Grand Canyon
Railway (GCRy). Originally ... In the early 1900s the highway mode of
transportation began to make inroads into the dominant market share of the
railroads, with the introduction of the motor bus and the private automobile (
including rental cars). Although the ...

The New Encyclopedia Of Southern Culture

Author: Harvey H. Jackson III
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 1469616769
Size: 65.74 MB
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Automobiles gave more privacy and security, but difficulties in finding places to
eat and sleep complicated touring. Blacks nonetheless developed particular
travel locations, such as black-only beaches. With desegregation of the South's
public facilities in the 1960s and a growing commercialization of black history,
tourism among blacks visiting southern tourist destinations increased. Alabama's
Black Heritage (1983) was a pioneering effort to promote African American
heritage in the ...

The Lincoln Highway Across Indiana

Author: Jan Shupert-Arick
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439621217
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Preservation of this rich automobile and road heritage appears to be something
that may once again transform northern Indiana as it did when the Lincoln
Highway was birthed in the second decade of the 20th century. With increased
interest in traveling the twolane roads of America, Indiana has a rich heritage to
draw from for heritage tourism. Towns and cities that understand this rich heritage
will benefit from heritagetourism dollars by partnering with businesses and
citizens to save ...

Blazing Heritage

Author: Hal K. Rothman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190208066
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The rapid increase in automobile limits of the ownership park system. and6 the
driving vacation had strained the Automobile tourism typically took place
between Memorial Day in late May and Labor Day in early September, the
classic boundaries of summer, when children were out of school, days were long
and warm, and families could spend time together. Two days before Memorial
Day weekend, tourist camps and motels sat vacant; two days after Labor Day, the
cacophony ...

On A Great Battlefield

Author: Jennifer M. Murray
Publisher: Univ. of Tennessee Press
ISBN: 1621900533
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Chapter 4 the wOrld will little nOte nOr lOnG rememBer: pOstwar tOurism,
patriOtism, and the new Birth Of COmmerCializatiOn, 1946–1955 Victory in
Europe on May 8, 1945, and the surrender of Japan four months later on
September 2, ended ... Slightly over half of American families owned automobiles
in 1948; by 1960 automobile ownership extended to 77 percent.1 Taking
advantage of postwar prosperity, increased leisure, and the advantages afforded
by the automobile, ...

Drive Tourism

Author: Bruce Prideaux
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134007876
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This book is the first attempt to provide a global comprehensive review and scholarly investigation into this popular and growing form of tourism.

Heritage In The Digital Era

Author: Rodanthi Tzanelli
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136163360
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This human and automobile mayhem cannot be properly conveyed in travel
books but is constantly alluded to in global routes and rumours. The imagery of
this ancient city * a cosmopolis of European modernity in its own right * fluctuates
between what Hutnyk saw in Calcutta as 'a definition of obscenity' (1996: 8) or a
cornucopia of joy, and an Apollonian school for contemporary cultural tourists
who, though diminished today in numbers, continue to pay homage to its ancient