Rediscovering Scotland’s First Railway

People associate early rail travel with the golden age of steam, but the first railway in Scotland was run using gravity and horsepower, as Bob Weir recently discovered.

Cockenzie harbour at low tide. Before the arrival of the steam railway in the 1840s, coastal harbours in East Lothian…

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