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The Railway Station: A Social History

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For the Victorians, the advent of the railways symbolized a new age of progress, power, and civilization. Since then, industrialization has often proved a mixed blessing; yet we continue to acknowledge the importance--as well as the romantic mystique--of the rails and all that comes with them. This engaging book examines the role of the railway station around the world, revealing a microcosm more complex and fascinating than anything our nineteenth-century forebears could have dreamed of. The authors chart the changing ...

The Railway Station: A Social History 1986, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780192158765

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