Road transport in the horse-drawn era
Each volume in this new series is a collection of seminal articles on a theme of central importance in the study of transport history, selected from the leading journal in the field. Each contains between ten and a dozen articles selected by a distinguished scholar, as well as an authoritative new introduction by the volume editor. Individually they will form an essential foundation to the study of the history of a mode of transport; together they will make an incomparable library of the best modern research in the field.
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Country carriers in the nineteenth century
Provincial road carrying in England in the eighteenth century
The carrier system of south Hampshire 17751851
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