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MG002 Extracts from the Railway Magazine 1899

  • MG002 Extracts from the Railway Magazine 1899

Pictures and text complete, but re-set in a more modern font. Articles include the Whittlesea Brick Traffic (which also appears in File RG032), Liverpool Street Station, the Southwold Railway, Invoices and other Documents, and snippets from 'Pertinent Paragraphs' and 'What the Railways are doing'.

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