Steam Fever & Madness: the Making of Murthly by Paul McLennan
When & Where
The village of Murthly owes its existence to the coming of the railway in 1856 . . . and to the ‘sweetener’ offered to the Commissioners in Lunacy enticing them to build Perthshire’s new asylum opposite the station.
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