Railroads Economic Aspects England : Report, or essay, to illustrate the advantages of direct inland communication through Kent, Surrey, Sussex, and Hants [electronic resource] : to connect the metropolis with the ports of Shoreham, (Brighton), Rochester, (Chatham) and Portsmouth, by a line of engine rail-road, and to render the Grand Surrey Canal, Wandsworth and Merstram Rail-road, Shoreham Harbour, and Waterloo Bridge shares, productive property : with suggestions for diminishing poors-rates, and relieving agriculture.; James, William,
Railroads Economic Aspects Ireland : Railways in Ireland [electronic resource] : the speech of the Rt. Hon. Lord George Bentinck, on moving for leave to bring in a bill "to stimulate the prompt and profitable employment of the people by the encouragement of railways in Ireland" : in the House of Commons, on Thursday, February 4th, 1847.; Bentinck, George,
Railroads Economic Aspects Middle Atlantic States : Rail-roads for Philadelphia! [electronic resource] : an appeal to the common sense and justice of the voters of the United States, on the subject of internal improvements and of the disposition of the public domain / by Jacob Dewees.; Dewees, Jacob.
Railroads Egypt : Communication with India, China, &c [electronic resource] : observations on the proposed improvements in the overland route via Egypt : with remarks on the ship canal, the Boulac Canal, and the Suez Railroad / by John Alexander Galloway.; Galloway, John Alexander.
Railroads Electric Equipment Great Britain Safety Measures : Telegraphic railways, or, The single way recommended by safety, economy, and efficiency, under the safeguard and control of the electric telegraph [electronic resource] : with particular reference to railway communication with Scotland, and to Irish railways / by William Fothergill Cooke.; Cooke, William Fothergill,
Railroads England Brighton : Report of Mr. Gibbs, civil engineer, upon the several proposed lines for a Brighton railway [electronic resource].; Gibbs, Joseph.
Railroads England Buckinghamshire : An act for making a railway from Aylesbury, to join the London and Birmingham Railway near the village of Cheddington, in the county of Buckingham [electronic resource].; Great Britain.
Railroads England Cheshire : Report of George Stephenson, Esquire [electronic resource] : on the comparative merits of the railway from Chester to Holyhead, and of that from Wolverhampton to Porthdynllaen.; Stephenson, George,