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Blood, Iron and Gold – How the Railways Transformed the World was first published more than a decade ago. In the book, Wolmar, the world-renowned transport journalist and author, reveals how the rise of the train helped to stimulate daring feats of engineering, architectural innovation and the rapid movement of people and goods around the world.
From Panama to the Punjab, Tasmania to Turin, Blood, Iron and Gold describes the vision and determination of the pioneers who developed railways that would link cities that had hitherto been isolated, and would one day span continents.
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