Drafts and correspondence on publication the Railways of China and other articles by Kenneth Cantlie

Made:
1950-1983
part of archive:
Kenneth Cantlie Archive
maker:
Cantlie, Kenneth

Original folder with text 'Chinese Railways' containing drafts, published articles and correspondence mainly from the 1980s. Four copies of Kenneth Cantlie's article 'The Chinese 4-8-4 Locomotives' on Newcomen Society vol 54, 1982-1983; draft article titled 'Opening of the Bridge' by Kenneth Cantlie on attending to the opening ceremony of Wuhan Bridge and being permitted to travel over it (the first bridge built over Yangtze River between 1955-1957); loose draft pages on history of Chinese railways; correspondence and draft pages regarding Kenneth Cantlie's publication 'Railways of China' (published 1981) and correspondence regarding the map on Chinese railways included to the publication; a numbered list of railways in China containing 50 entries; three bundles of copies from the China Year Book between years 1929-1931 containing articles on Manchurian railway company Chinese Eastern Railway and the dispute with Russians; a copy of magazine Eastern World 1950 with an article 'Railway Construction in China' by Kenneth Cantlie; a bundle of correspondence with Raymond Scrivens and John Goudey among others regarding Kenneth Cantlie's publication 'Railways of China' including a draft manuscript with annotations (possibly containing passages edited out from the publication).

Details

Extent:
1 file with 5 publications, 3 bundles of copied articles, approx. 70 pages
Identifier:
CANT/1/57

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