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* Introduction of 3rd Class to all trains
 
* Introduction of 3rd Class to all trains
 
* Abolition of 2nd Class and upgrading of 3rd to 2nd
 
* Abolition of 2nd Class and upgrading of 3rd to 2nd
* Introduction of Pullman carriages<ref>[[Chris de Winter Hebron]], 50 Famous Railwaymen</ref>
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* Introduction of Pullman carriages<ref>[[Chris de Winter Hebron]], 50 Famous Railwaymen, 2005</ref>
  
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
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Revision as of 15:17, 3 March 2007

1811-1892. Born at Birmingam. Railway Manager.

Best-known works -

  • Midland Railway's London Extension
  • St. Pancras Station
  • Settle and Carlisle line
  • Introduction of 3rd Class to all trains
  • Abolition of 2nd Class and upgrading of 3rd to 2nd
  • Introduction of Pullman carriages[1]

Notes

  1. Chris de Winter Hebron, 50 Famous Railwaymen, 2005