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GD112Papers of the Campbell Family, Earls of Breadalbane (Breadalbane Muniments)1306-20th century
GD112/74Additional Papers from the Taymouth Estate Office1428-1921
Country code GB
Repository code 234
Repository National Records of Scotland
Reference GD112/74/696
Title Miscellaneous papers-Railways
Dates 1827-1855
Access status Open
Location On site
Description 1. 1827 January 23. Kelso.
Letter from John Succoth, clerk, to Breadalbane.
Containing printed estimate of the probable tonnage that will be carried along the line of the intended railway between Berwick and Kelso.

2-3. 1845 September 6. Glenoe.
Letter from Captain A Macintyre to Barcaldine.
Thanks for information that Breadalbane does not approve of the proposed railway as writer has been tormented with applications to become a member of the provisional committee.

5. 1847 January 25. Edinburgh.
Letter from Andrew Bogle to Barcaldine.
The Grand Junction railway.

6-7. n.y. [noted in pencil as 1848] August 21. Glenlyon.
Letter from the hon J C Dundas to Breadalbane.
Accepts a dinner invitation to Taymouth; dispute over Kynnachan shooting.

9. 1850 March 12. Edinburgh.
Letter from Alexander Currie to Breadalbane.
Bruce of Kennet and the Central railway.

11-12. 1851 January 25, May 23. Perth.
Letters from Archibald Reid to Barcaldine.
The Strathtay and Breadalbane scheme.

15. 1851 August 25. General manager's office, Scottish Central Railway, Perth.
Letter from Colin Croll to John McPherson.
Thanks for promise that Mr Foggo, writer's cousin, may see Taymouth; venison for the queen.

16. 1851 August 30, Edinburgh.
Andrew Bogle to Barcaldine.
Report on the meeting of shareholders of the Scottish Grand Junction railway; it is to be abandoned.

18. 1853-4.
Abstract of revenue of the Scottish Central railway, derived from goods, mineral and livestock traffic, week ending 11 June 1853 and 1854.
Level File
Extent 19 items

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