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As well as wildly overstating the likely profitability of the finished line, the proposals for new railways often seriously underestimated construction costs with the result that insufficient funds were available for labour and materials. In the year that this song was published, Brunel complained his costs had risen by 50% in one year. (Ref. The Grand Experiment : The Birth of the Railway Age 1820 - 1845)

 

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