A Victorian Railway discovered

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  1. Daft Bat

    Daft Bat Administrator. Chief cook & bottle washer! Staff Member

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    For the Railway buffs amongst you and those with Railway ancestors, a Victorian railway infrastructure has been discovered by archaeologists near a London tube station:

    http://www.
    culture24.org.uk/history-and-heritage/transport/trains-and-railways/art500045-victorian-railway-infrastructure-discovered-by-archaeologists-near-london-tube-station
     
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    Oh dear. There is a date error that reads 1960's that should be 1860's. Don't think Brunel was alive in the 1960's.
     
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    Brunel died in 1859, so he was not alive in the 1860s or the 1960s!
     
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