Observations on canals and rail-ways, illustrative of the agricultural and commercial advantages to be derived from an iron rail-way, adapted to common carriages, between Newcastle, Hexham, and Carlisle: with estimates. Also, 2nd ed., Report of Barrodall Robert Dodd, on a proposed navigable canal between Newcastle and Hexham

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Page 45 - ON THE GREAT UTILITY OF A PROPOSED JUNCTION CANAL, OR RAIL-WAY, Uniting Newcastle upon Tyne and Carlisle with Liverpool, Manchester, Hull, Derby, Sheffield, Birmingham, Bristol,
Page 38 - have been attended with much profit and public convenience. The packets •will be divided into different apartments, with corresponding
Page 38 - Tea, coffee, wines, &c. will be provided for the accommodation of the company, as usual
Page 38 - the price not more than half the fare by land, and totally free from the
Page 11 - as the nature of the ground, over which it passes, will admit;

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