Sir Vincent Raven

Sir Vincent Raven

When the "Railway Magazine" of January 2000 published the results of its Millennium Poll, Sir Vincent Raven gained a 42nd place, along with Thomas Newcomen and Arthur Peppercorn. This is the biography of this engineer, illustrated with contemporary archive photographs, portraits and ephemera.


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Publisher The History Press
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ISBN 075095681X
Pages 229 pages
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