Great Britain's Railways: A New History (Softback) (Amberley)

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In this book, author Colin Maggs has tried to provide a comprehensive, yet concise history of Britain's railways in one book. He follows the development of early railways in Britain, before going on to look at the roles played by key railway engineers such as Stephenson and Brunel. The story of the railways is traced right through to the modern railway network of today. Contains a small number of illustrations. 416 pages.

Special Note: Originally published in hardback in 2018.

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