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Passenger transport in Surrey c1800-1870

ALAN PARTON

The 19th century was a time of rapid and fundamental change for Surrey. At 1800 the county was, apart from a relatively limited amount of urban growth south of the Thames, essentially rural. While it is true that its agriculture had already developed close links with the metropolis which it supplied with food and fodder, the towns and villages of Surrey were largely concerned with serving their rural hinterlands. The improvements in communications which occurred during the period considered in this paper, radically changed the accessibility of much of Surrey, leading to both the extension of the continuously built up area and the growth of commuter settlements, also paving the way for even greater changes during this century which made most of the county truly ‘London’s Countryside’

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