Book review: Railways: A history in drawings

Author: Alan Hayward

Date published

1 April 2022

Price
Free
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Book review: Railways: A history in drawings

Book review: Railways: A history in drawings
The Structural Engineer
Author

Alan Hayward

Date published

1 April 2022

Author

Alan Hayward

Price

Free

Alan Hayward enjoys this book portraying the historical development of railways through 130 engineering drawings from the National Railway Museum’s impressive collection.

Additional information

Format:
PDF
Pages:
2
Publisher:
Institution of Structural Engineers

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History Opinion Issue 4

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