A timetable of all passenger trains in Britain, issued 1839–1961.
- ‘Now these tables are no longer drab government documents printed on bad paper, with barely legible characters, but still remembered nostalgically as the Bradshaw.’
- ‘A railway timetable was "a Bradshaw", no matter by which railway company it had been issued and whether Bradshaw had been responsible for its production or not.’
- ‘Bradshaw was a colloquial designation of Bradshaws Railway Guide, a timetable of all railway trains running in Great Britain, printed annually.’
Named after its first publisher, George Bradshaw (1801–53), printer and engraver.
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