Scottish Locomotive History
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Originally published in 1970, this volume is a valuable source of extensive data concerning Scotland’s railways and locomotives. Material that has appeared in books, technical journals, society and institutional proceedings is here gathered together, enabling the reader to easily trace details of design and construction on the five main railways of Scotland from 1831 until 1923 when all the railways in Britain came together under English control. As well as being of interest to engineers, this volume will also appeal to railway and social historians.
Table of Contents
1. Historical Prologue 2. Initial Stages 3. The Trend-setters 4. The Third Trend-setter 5. A New Star in the Firmament 6. The Trends Develop 7. James Manson Leaves His Mark 8. The Drummond Trend Widens 9. John Farquharson McIntosh 10. The Introduction to Superheating.
Campbell Highet spent half a century as an active railwayman with the Midland Railway.