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EAR

The workings of the Imperial British East African Company including the managing of the ports and the construction of the Uganda Railway were taken over by the British government between 1890 and 1895.

The new communications organisation was known as the East African Railways & Harbours. The EAR&H continued to operate in East Africa after independence until the break-up of the East African Community.




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