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Who built the railways in 1750-1900?


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Answered 2008-07-18 11:37:18

in 1865 railways were introduced to Canada Hughes' book states that this was a six-wheeled tank engine, probably a 2-2-2WT built by E. B. Wilson, and of standard gauge. Some details of the wagons and the use of the locomotive are in Sir Proby T Cautley's "Report on the Ganges Canal Works" (3 volumes, 1860).

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