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There were no shortage of bold plans devised to improve the quality of Highland railways during the Victorian era.
(Permalink) Book review

Book: Cover of 'A Quite Impossible Proposal: How not to Build a Railway' by Andrew Drummond, published by Birlinn on 24th September. (Image to accompany a book review by David Spaven.)
Birlinn 09/09/2020

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