Jack Royce has written eight mystery novels
Jack Royce has written eight mystery novels. It is a pen name for an author who has had published twenty non-fiction books about the theatre arts. He has translated from the French, Russian and Italian classics. He has lived in Key West for the last fifteen years after traveling around the world five times. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
The novel, The Train Stopped at Domodossola, is of international intrigue set in Europe in the 1950's. American Dennis Evans is a youth bewildered by his sexual drives. In Paris the dollar is king of currencies. He risks making an illegal exchange of money for francs. A black marketeer, TheCat, exchanges his dollars for francs. The Cat dogs his tracks menacingly
The Domodossola–Locarno railway, also known in Switzerland as the Centovalli railway (Italian: Centovallina) and in Italy as Valle Vigezzo railway (Italian: Vigezzina).
The Domodossola–Locarno railway, also known in Switzerland as the Centovalli railway (Italian: Centovallina) and in Italy as Valle Vigezzo railway (Italian: Vigezzina), is a metre-gauge railway negotiating the dramatic mountainous terrain between Domodossola, Italy, and Locarno, Switzerland. It passes through the Vigezzo Valley (Italian side) and Centovalli (Swiss side).
The regional Trenitalia train from Milan to Domodossola, Italy, windows were open on all train cars. It was a warm day and curtains blew around in the wind. When the train stopped at a small village station, it was totally quiet except for birds singing
The regional Trenitalia train from Milan to Domodossola, Italy, windows were open on all train cars. When the train stopped at a small village station, it was totally quiet except for birds singing. Otherwise it was quite noisy inside the train car. While first entering tunnels, the car interior lights were off and it was totally dark.
The train stopped going backwards. I hopped aboard and looked down. The old man can take a car,' explained the bed-maker. Molesworth and Duffill were at the bottom of the stairs. You've got parcels,' said Duffill. He hires a taxi at Domodossola; the taxi goes varooml He's in Milano before us!' Molesworth said, 'These chaps could use a few lessons in how to run a railroad. The meal that followed the abandoning of Duffill only made that point plainer.
Not all trains stop at all stations. You can take the train 12:11 leaving Verdasio to Camedo, hop there 12:49 on the fast train to Domodossola, arrival 13:55. Send a private message to Catbert. Find More Posts by Catbert. Send a private message to Ingo. Find More Posts by Ingo.
Answer 1 of 4: My husband and I have a couple of hours to spend in Domodossola waiting for a train connection and I was wondering if anyone knew if there were facilities for leaving luggage (lockers?) at the train station. My husband and I have a couple of hours to spend in. Domodossola waiting for a train connection and I was wondering if anyone knew if there were facilities for leaving luggage (lockers?) at the train station. I've tried Google, so far without success.
Paul Theroux BY TRAIN THROUGH ASIAMarian had just caught the faroff sound of the train She looked eagerly, and in a few moments saw it approaching The front of the engine blackened nearer and nearer, coming on with a dread force and speed A blinding.
Take the train from Olten to Domodossola. Yes, there is a direct train departing from Olten and arriving at Domodossola. Services depart every four hours, and operate every day.
Take the train from Olten to Domodossola 55€ - 100€. The journey takes approximately 2h 15m.
Geneva-Domodossola and Domodossola-Venice. You'll walk a few years to the bus stop. You can see the little bus icon on Google Maps. The timetables from SBB site lists two stations: Domodossola and Domodossola Stazione. Domodossola to Milano Centrale simply needs to be printed at home and then shown to the train conductor when s/he comes around the train. I imagine an Italiarail ticket will be the same. You'll have plenty of time unless your train is delayed.