Blood on the tracks — rail transport between the wars

A golden age of trains, before a dark age for the world

Rail travel in its inter-war “golden age” was not just Hercule Poirot on the Orient Express. Professor Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss a time of innovation and state intervention and whether Benito Mussolini or Stanley Baldwin was better at making the trains run on time

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