Ages of Steam - The Golden Age - Just pay £1.99 P&P with Daily Telegraph
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In Great Britain, Victorians built the vast bulk of the country's railway system and constructed steam locomotives to work them.
The Golden Age, can be yours free with £1.99 postage, and looks at the early works of the engineers to the first decade of the 20th century, when locomotive size doubled and the railways reached their zenith.
Alternatively, purchase the complete box set, Ages of Steam (worth £59.99). This can be yours for £24.99, and includes a copy of The Golden Age and looks in detail at all five eras:
The Jazz Age covers the locomotives of the 1920s, when the railways of Britain had to renew war damage and re-group, forming the Big Four.
The Streamline Age measures the impact of the financial crisis on Britain's railways.
The Austerity Age investigates steam locomotive development when it almost came to a halt in Britain after the end of the last private fleets.
The Standard Age follows steam when fleets were worn out and run down. There was no money for investment in electric or diesel, but steam continued with standard locomotives
Best elsewhere for box set - £41 - thanks to HipHop for price check