By John Langton, R. J. Morris
This atlas attracts jointly the most important social and fiscal information on England, Scotland and Wales among 1780 and 1914, and provides a transparent consultant to the commercial improvement of significant Britain in the course of the smooth interval.
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One railway historian has likened the effects of early railway company fares policies to those of regional development agencies (Hawke, 1970). It is in the matter of regionality and the way in which it was changing, as in the question of the relationships between Lee’s two economies or between core and periphery, that we need greater knowledge of flows of capital, raw materials, finished and semi-finished goods and cultural and political influences. Attention needs to be concentrated on patterns of railway shareholding, stock exchange transactions, company amalgamations and shifts in their head offices and the spatial patterns in government revenue gathering and spending.
8–11 Temperature and rainfall 8 Atlas of Industrializing Britain 1780-1914 and lower temperatures make the ripening of cereal crops less certain than in the south and east. Crop failures in Britain are normally due to cold wet summers and consequently they are more common and more severe in the highland than in the lowland zone. The highland zone is extremely well suited to grass growth; pastures can survive through summer despite their shallow roots and continue to grow through frostless winters.
5). The Upper Palaeozoic strata include the hard sandstone known as Millstone Grit which outcrops along the Pennine anticline; the Carboniferous Limestone which, owing to its permeability and consequent resistance, rises above it in the Peak District and north Wales, and the later sandstones and shales interbedded with coal seams known as the Coalmeasures, which floor much of the Scottish lowland trough and outcrop in an elongated broken arc around the Pennines, from Cumberland to Warwickshire to Northumberland.
Atlas of Industrializing Britain, 1780-1914 by John Langton, R. J. Morris