Berkhamsted Station Hertfordshire on the London and Birmingham Railway c On top of the building on the left is a water tank for supplying locomotives while on the right cattle are being driven to the station over a bridge crossing the Grand Junction Canal The London and Birmingham railway was completed by the autumn of Robert Stephenson was the Chief Engineer Many people opposed the route and forced Stephenson to move the line some distance from their towns The mile line took men years to build From The Land We Live In London c
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