Railways of the British Empire: The Indian Subcontinent (Amberley)

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Following the industrial revolution in Britain, engineers effectively exported the Industrial Revolution and specifically the railway around the globe.

This was especially true of the forerunner of the Commonwealth, the British Empire. In those parts of the world that were coloured pink on schoolroom maps, the rapidly expanding colonial railways were supplied by British companies like Neilson Reid, Bagnall, Kitson, Cravens and Cammell-Laird.

This book tells the story of the expansion of the railways of the British Empire in the Indian subcontinent, featuring stunning photographs, contemporary maps, posters, travel brochures and extracts from other interesting documents. 96 pages.

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