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1840s — “…whereas the stage-coaches carried a mere 23,000 people to London in the course of a year (and took two days about it) by 1850, when Joseph [Terry Snr] died, thirteen trains a day were carrying twelve times as many.”1 — (reference to traffic from York? Must be as two days is very specific?)

Unknown U. Terry’s of York 1767/1967. ? Newman Neame Ltd.?; 1967.