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Railways, Scotland, United Kingdom in Europe

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Views on the London to Birmingham Railway - Railway Bridge at Rugby 1839 Featured Railways Print

Views on the London to Birmingham Railway - Railway Bridge at Rugby 1839

A finely detailed facimile remastered in full colour from an antique original map of "Dumbartonshire" featured in A&C Black's Atlas of 1847. Each Parish is numbered using an index table, colour rendition beautifully differentiating all of the Parishes. As well as principal roads, towns, villages and hamlets, these county maps of Scotland feature key battle sites marked with two crossed swords and the date of the battle. Dumbarton comes from the Scottish Gaelic D?n Breatainn meaning "fort of the Britons". ... Dumbartonshire County Council, set up under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1889, adopted the spelling "Dunbartonshire" by 1914, a fact recognised by the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1947

An LNER Pacific class locomotive pulling The Flying Scotsman, December 1929 Featured Railways Print

An LNER Pacific class locomotive pulling The Flying Scotsman, December 1929

December 1929: An LNER Pacific class locomotive pulling The Flying Scotsman express which travels 393 miles non-stop from King's Cross station in London to Edinburgh in Scotland every day. Passengers on the Flying Scotsman express travelled in style enjoying new luxury features including a cocktail bar and a hairdressing salon. (Photo by Fox Photos/Getty Images)

Fort William Featured Railways Print

Fort William

1924: A rowing boat on the beach at Fort William, north western Scotland. Fort William is at the foot of Ben Nevis which is the highest peak in Britain, measuring 4,406 ft (1343 metres). The town is popular as a base for people visiting the area to climb or fish, and a ski resort has been built nearby. The fort from which the town gets its name was built in1690 to help control rebellious Highland clans; it was demolished in 1855 when the West Highland Line Railway was built between London and Fort William. (Photo by Alfred Hind Robinson/A H Robinson/Getty Images)