Cambridge, UK;: Cambridge University Press, 1993. First edition. Hardcover. Item #14452
The stockton and Darlinton Railway was the first public railway to be empowered to convey goods and passengers by steam traction. The experience of the company is of direct relevance to economic historians concerned with the regional basis of Britain's industrialisation. 223 pages with illustrations and tables. Tiny remainder dot at bottom. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.