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Lanarkshire and Dumbartonshire Railway

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1897. Viaduct over The Kelvin Valley, Maryhill. Mr Charles Forman was the Engineer.
1897. Trestle Work Supporting Girders at Partick.
1897. Underpinning of Columns for Bridge at Partick.
1897. Lanarkshire and Dumbarton Railway

of West George Street, Glasgow

1891 The company was incorporated.

1896 The line, which is nearly 18 miles in length, was opened for passenger traffic on October 1st, and is to be worked in perpetuity by the Caledonian Railway. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Stock Exchange Year Book 1908