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  • Author:
    Hugh Howes
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    0906294746
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    Twelveheads Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 2012)
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    240 pages
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Although the possibility of a railway through the county to Falmouth was fist considered in 1833, the connection to London was not achived until 1859. This is an insight into the heated political debates with most of the leading engineers of the day taking part, along with Cornwall's gentry, landowners and buisness interests. Once construction started, financial difficulties delayed progress so that the line took thirteen years to complete. 240 pages, illustrated. Published by Twelveheads Press.

The Cornwall Railway was a 7 ft 1⁄4 in (2,140 mm) broad gauge railway from Plymouth in Devon to Falmouth in Cornwall, England, built in the second half of the nineteenth century.

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The Cornwall Railway was conceived because of fears that Falmouth would lose out, as a port, to Southampton. A southerly route for the Cornwall Railway, to reach Plymouth, would secure considerable intermediate traffic, and shorten the route that the company would need to construct. Falmouth had for many years had nearly all of the packet trade: dispatches from the Colonies and overseas territories arrived by ship and were conveyed to London by road coach. The primitive roads of those days made this a slow business and Southampton was developing in importance.