The Inception of the English Railway Station

@article{Arschavir1961TheIO,
  title={The Inception of the English Railway Station},
  author={A. A. Arschavir},
  journal={Architectural History},
  year={1961},
  volume={4},
  pages={63 - 76}
}
Antiquity of origin is an attribute of most classes of building. Occasionally, however, additions accrue to the general heritage of building types as, from time to time, a new class of building is called into being by fresh circumstances. The railway station is of modern inception and its origins illustrate, in our own day, the processes by which a new building type may emerge and develop. Though one might query the universal applicability of Alberti’s observation, it is particularly true in… 

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