CORNWALL. equal safety here as along the more perfect roads of the midland counties, and, on the average, at as little expense. ... occupy, if the road were formed in a manner as perfeet as that portion of the great Holyhead-road between London and Birmingham. ... that a train of this description is fully as large as can be expected ; and it is probable also, that, four or five long trains, including the mail, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Devon and Cornwall Railway. Report of the Committee appointed at a meeting of the County of Cornwall, on the 21st of October, 1840, to inquire into the practicability of constructing a railway through the County of Cornwall, together with the tables of traffic, and the engineer's report. [With a map.]|