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George Bradshaw

Bradshaw, George, 1801–53, English map engraver and the originator of railway guides. Bradshaw's Railway Time-Tables, first published in 1839, became Bradshaw's Monthly Railway Guide (first issued 1841). He afterward published The Continental Railway Guide and others.

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