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The Railway and Canal Historical Society

The Railway and Canal Historical Society Science and technology Reference Reviews Volume 32 · Number 5 · 2018 · 13-19 (Browne, 1995/2002). There are other RR 2018/136 biographies of Darwin; I have yet to read one of them, but this book has at least got him on my “ought to read” list. Darwin is a good subject URL: www.rchs.org.uk/ for this sort of book, as his life included Last visited April 2018 exploration and travel on the Beagle and many Gratis (but with some content limited to Society members) years of semi-seclusion at Downe House. He wrote many books and very many letters. I say Keywords Canals, History, Railways, United Kingdom semi-seclusion; he had a large family and many Review DOI 10.1108/RR-05-2018-0070 visitors. He also wrote an autobiography. To take one’s study of Darwin further, this According its website’s About page, “The Railway book introduces the complete works of Darwin and Canal Historical Society is for everyone with available online (Darwin Online http://darwin- an interest in the history of transport in Britain – online.org.uk/) which gives access to his not just inland waterways and railways, but also tramroads, roads, aviation, coastal shipping, ports private papers and works about him. Another and pipelines – from pre-Roman http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Reference Reviews Emerald Publishing

The Railway and Canal Historical Society

Reference Reviews , Volume 32 (5): 2 – Jun 18, 2018

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Science and technology Reference Reviews Volume 32 · Number 5 · 2018 · 13-19 (Browne, 1995/2002). There are other RR 2018/136 biographies of Darwin; I have yet to read one of them, but this book has at least got him on my “ought to read” list. Darwin is a good subject URL: www.rchs.org.uk/ for this sort of book, as his life included Last visited April 2018 exploration and travel on the Beagle and many Gratis (but with some content limited to Society members) years of semi-seclusion at Downe House. He wrote many books and very many letters. I say Keywords Canals, History, Railways, United Kingdom semi-seclusion; he had a large family and many Review DOI 10.1108/RR-05-2018-0070 visitors. He also wrote an autobiography. To take one’s study of Darwin further, this According its website’s About page, “The Railway book introduces the complete works of Darwin and Canal Historical Society is for everyone with available online (Darwin Online http://darwin- an interest in the history of transport in Britain – online.org.uk/) which gives access to his not just inland waterways and railways, but also tramroads, roads, aviation, coastal shipping, ports private papers and works about him. Another and pipelines – from pre-Roman

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Published: Jun 18, 2018

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