LONDON PLANS. - Report from the Select Committee ... on Railway Schemes (Metropolis); together with the proceedings of the committee, minutes of evidence, and an appendix.
London, House of Commons 1864. Foolscap publisher's printed wrapper (some tears without loss); 84pp, largish folding map. Signs of use, label of Michael G. Max on the front wrapper. ¶ The success of the first stage of the London underground brought the rash of schemes considered here, many of which the committee didn't like. Two lines which would be pneumatic - the committee didn't like the idea of central London being an experiment - and four new bridges - two of "gigantic size" - were unwanted. The map shows existing and proposed lines - the unwanted lines are coloured red.AUD 75.00 [Appr.: EURO 51.5 US$ 56.36 | £UK 44 | JP¥ 6276] Book number 9543
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