- teaching BSc|MSc
- supervision PhD
- Brown Dog
- Bryan's Last Message
- Crystal Palace dinosaurs
- Darwin's Expressions
- Darwin in London
- Descended from Darwin
- Euston Grove
- Evolution: A Journal of Nature
- Exploring the Borderlands
- Fitzroy in Norwood
- Robert Grant Lecture
- No Ordinary Space
- About 22 Gordon Sq
- Huxley's quote: "how stupid"
- Jokes in science
- Where is Piltdown?
- Sloan interviews
- film nights
Head of Department, and
Professor of History and Philosophy of Biology
Prof Cain's research interests include the history of evolutionary studies (especially the synthesis period in evolutionary studies), Darwin and Darwinism, history of science in London, and history of natural history.
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Bourne's Drawings of the London and Birmingham Railway (1839)
John Cooke Bourne’s lithograph published among his Drawings of the London and Birmingham Railway (1839), which was later sold as hand coloured prints and much copied.
of screen to the east of the arch; terminus seen through columns;
rail shed seen between lodges. Further close-up of terminus
Below. Full view. Science and Society Image Library.
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