On 7 March 2012 07:23, Amir E. Aharoni <amir.ahar...@mail.huji.ac.il> wrote:
> I'm taking a hint from Clay Shirky's books here: What most people
> would consider high quality published sources - in this case, by
> railway companies, governments, standards institutions or engineering
> colleges - simply don't have the capacity to go into that much detail.
> The Polish (Russian, Israeli, American, Indian) volunteer railway
> geeks do have this capacity, and quite possibly the quality of the job
> that they can do is just as good as that of the above institutions.

I don't know about the polish rail geeks but the british ones have
been nice enough to spend the last few decades churning out book after
book (along with journals and magazines) that qualify as reliable


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