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Rails Through the Clay

A History of London's Tube Railways

By Alan A. Jackson, Desmond F. Croome

Routledge – 2006 – 424 pages

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Description

This book was first published in 1962.

Contents

1. Early schemes: 1863-1890

2. The beginnings of the big three: 1891-1900

3. Pioneer lines

4. Titan turns east: 1900-1901

5. Yerkes takes over: 1902-1905

6. Consummation and disillusion: 1906-1909

7. Integration: 1910-1914

8. The tubes in Wartime (I): 1914-1918

9. Growing and grafting: 1919-1926

10. Piccadilly progress: 1919-1933

11. London transport: 1933-1939

12. The tubes in wartime (II): 1939-1945

13. London transport: since 1945

14. The tubes and London

Name: Rails Through the Clay: A History of London's Tube Railways (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Alan A. Jackson, Desmond F. Croome. This book was first published in 1962.
Categories: City and Urban Planning, Social Geography, Urban Sociology