SHORT TALK: SIR THOMAS BOUCH (1822-1880) CUMBRIA’S FORGOTTEN ENGINEERING GENIUS
November 18th at 14:00 to 16:00
It is time to restore the reputation and career of Cumbrian born Sir Thomas Bouch, a once celebrated Victorian railway engineer. Vilified for his part in the Tay Railway Bridge disaster of 1878, his many works include the Cockermouth, Keswick and Penrith railway.
NEW TUTOR John Mather (Cumbria – www.highamhall.com/john-mather)
SPECIAL PRICE: £12 each or two for £20.