Bagwell, Philip
August 2001
History Today;Aug2001, Vol. 51 Issue 8, p26
Discovers the origins of Great Britain's transport crisis. Three critical periods in the 20th century when the merits of public or private ownership of Great Britain's railways were debated; Consequence of the Transport Act of 1921; Main obstacle to the steady advance of coastal traffic.


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