Part 1: The
Stagecoach The first attempt at establishing a stagecoach service in
Scotland occurred on 6th August 1678
Transport In The Highlands By 1800, some 122 years after
the Glasgow magistrates approved the first stagecoach service
between there and Edinburgh, there was still no transport of any
kind in the Highlands.
Part 3: Inland
Waterways The Caledonian, Crinan, Forth & Clyde, Monkland and Union
are known in every land the Scots have reached, and that is most of
Part 4: The
Arrival of the Steamboats Many inventors had made brave attempts throughout the late 18th
century to power vessels by the use of steam, and in 1785 Patrick
Miller of Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire, experimented with small craft
of the double keel variety, and had a good measure of success.
The Motor Car, The Motor Cycle and
Commercial Motor Index
Special Insurance Edition (1924). In clear tabulated form all
information necessary for Insurance purposes relating to Motor Cars,
Cycles, and Industrial Motors, known to be made or sold in this
country in the Years 1913 to 1924. All details shown at a glance
without abbreviations or references to other pages. (pdf) Our thanks
to Ranald McIntyre for providing this for us.
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