Great Western Railway Co
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Acts of Parliament relating to the formation and expansion of the London and Birmingham Railway Company, the Midland Counties Railway Company, the Great Western Railway Company and the Bristol and Exeter Railway Company, with two Acts relating to the formation of railways in general.
A circular sent by a shareholder to the other shareholders of the Great Western Railway on the need to change gauge while Government aid is available.
A promotional booklet for the Great Western Railway titled 'Experimental trip of the Great Western New Locomotive Passenger Engine, made on the 13th June 1846. Extracted from the 'Morning Herald' of June 15'.
'Report of the Directors of the Great Western Railway Company to the Proprietors' - a report to shareholders stating the position of the Great Western Railway in comparison with rival railways.
A volume titled 'Reply to 'Observations' of the Great Western Railway Company on the Report of the Gauge Commissioners', containing replies to the Great Western Railway's statements on the question of gauge from members of the narrow gauge railways.
A copy of the 'Report of Nicholas Wood to the Directors of the Great Western Railway', setting out the advantages and disadvantages of differing modes of construction and materials.
A booklet titled 'The Broad Gauge The Bane of the Great Western Railway Company by £ s d', investigating the problems caused by the broad gauge to the Great Western Railway Company.
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