This chapter discusses industrialization in Britain from 1980–1914. It discusses the growth of town halls, factories, and railway stations in Victorian and Edwardian England — built in increasingly ornate styles — which brought ever-increasing demands for building materials. It also covers the industrial landscape and coal production and distribution.
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