A History of the English Railway. Its Social Relations and Revelations 1820-1845
by Francis, J. A
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With an introduction by C. R. Clinker. The first comprehensive study of the English railway system.
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- Paul Haynes Rare Books (GB)
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- A History of the English Railway. Its Social Relations and Revelations 1820-1845
- Francis, J. A
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- Augustus M. Kelley
- Place of Publication
- New York
- Date Published
- Railways, England
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- History; British Local History; Transport: trains, boats and planes;
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