Through Scotland by the Caledonian Railway

From Glasgow to Edinburgh, Aberdeen Inverness, Peebles, Moffat, Dumfries, Carlisle, Stranaer, the Clyde, the Trossachs, the Scottish Lochs, Oban, and the Western Highlands

Author: George Eyre-Todd



Category: Railroads

Page: 155

View: 478

The Railway Chronicle

Joint-stock Companies Journal. Register of Traffic, Shares, Engineering Improvements and All Matters Connected with Railways ...




Category: Railroads


View: 706

A History of Private Law in Scotland: Volume 2: Obligations

Author: Kenneth Reid

Publisher: Oxford University Press


Category: Law

Page: 826

View: 157

This two-volume series offers the first detailed and systematic account of the history of private law in Scotland. Volume 2 covers topics such as insurance, negligence, liability, breach of contract, unfair contract terms, sale, and defamation.

London's Scottish railways


Author: A. J. Mullay

Publisher: Tempus Pub Ltd


Category: Transportation

Page: 157

View: 807

In 1923, the multitude of British railway companies merged into four large groups; two of these had lines in Scotland. They, the LMS and the LNER, were to have a profound affect on transport north of the border. The two "super companies" provided the Scottish public with rail services through the violence of the 1926 General Strike, the streamlined glamour of the 1930s, and the bombs and blackout of the Second World War.