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RH001 A Railway Inspectors Diaries 1842-1847

  • RH001 A Railway Inspectors Diaries 1842-1847

General Pasley was the first Inspector-General of railways. He kept a series of diaries through his life, which are deposited at the British Museum. Presented here are some extracts relating to railways in East Anglia.

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