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The Newtown and Machynlleth Railway, North Wales.  The Opening Ceremony at Machynlleth.

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The Newtown and Machynlleth Railway, North Wales. The Opening Ceremony at Machynlleth.

An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on January 24th, 1863, with later hand colouring. The full page also contains a report of the event and a further woodcut engraving of the 'Talerddig Cutting'.

Approx 23cms by 16cms.


Price: 45.00
  



The Great Crumlin Viaduct, on the Newport, Abergavenny and Hereford Railway.  Total Length 1700 feet, Height 200 feet.

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The Great Crumlin Viaduct, on the Newport, Abergavenny and Hereford Railway. Total Length 1700 feet, Height 200 feet.


An antique double page woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on August 20th, 1857 with later hand colouring. An article on the viaduct is printed on the verso.


Approx 51.5cms by 33cms.


Price: 125.00
  



The Forth Bridge at Queensferry, on the North British Railway:  View from the South Shore.

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The Forth Bridge at Queensferry, on the North British Railway: View from the South Shore.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News' on October 19th, 1889. Centrefold as published.

Approx 50.5cms by 35.5cms.



Price: 125.00
  



Ballochmyle Viaduct on the Glasgow, Dumphries & Carlisle Railway. John Miller Esq.  F.R.S.E. Engineer.

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Ballochmyle Viaduct on the Glasgow, Dumphries & Carlisle Railway. John Miller Esq. F.R.S.E. Engineer.


An antique lithograph by A. Maclure lithographed by Maclure, Macdonald& Macgregor, Lithographers, 61, Leicester Square, London. The Ballochmyle Viaduct is the highest extant railway viaduct in Britain


Approx 40cms by 28cms.


Price: 250.00
  



Interior of Box Tunnel  -  J.C. Bourne.

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Interior of Box Tunnel - J.C. Bourne.





An antique lithograph by J C Bourne showing a steam train travelling into the darkness of Box Tunnel between Chippenham and Bath. The tunnel was one of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's major engineering achievements on the Paddington to Bristol line. Construction began in 1838 and it was opened on 30 June 1841.




Approx 14cms by 18.5cms.







Price: 45.00
  



Sherbourne Viaduct, near Coventry.

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Sherbourne Viaduct, near Coventry.


An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of the 'Sherbourne Viaduct near Coventry' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit Street, and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. Circa 1838.


Approx 27.5cms by 18cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Past and Present.

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Past and Present.


An antique coloured engraving which was published in a supplement to "The Illustrated London News" on April 23rd, 1859. Depicts William Chaplin's London to Manchester stagecoach Defiance, derelict in a farmyard and surrounded by farm animals. In the background is a new railway station, signals, telegraph, passenger steam train.

Approx 42.5cms by 31.5cms.


Price: 175.00
  



The West End Railway District, London.

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The West End Railway District, London.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on April 9th, 1859. "The locality embraced in the Illustration is that which lies between Vauxhal and Battersea Bridges". Printers creases in topright and bottom right.

Approx 42cms by 35cms.


Price: 125.00
  



View of the Manchester & Liverpool Railway taken at Newton.  1825.

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View of the Manchester & Liverpool Railway taken at Newton. 1825.


An antique aquatint engraving by Havell after the drawing by Calvert. The image shows two locomotives with carriages at Newton station on the Manchester - Liverpool line. Circa 1830 with original hand colouring. Shows two trains at thestation, a third in the distance. Some light foxing in margins.

Approx 30cms by 21cms.


Price: 350.00
  



Opening of the Swansea and Neath Railway : The first train passing Neath Abbey Station.

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Opening of the Swansea and Neath Railway : The first train passing Neath Abbey Station.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on August 1st, 1863 with later hand colouring.

Approx 23cms by 17cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Shakespear's Cliff & Dover Railway.

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Shakespear's Cliff & Dover Railway.


An antique line engraving by J. Harwood. Published February 1st, 1846 with later hand colouring.

Approx 16cms by 11cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Old Locomotive Engine, constructed by the late George Stevenson, for Killingworth Colliery.

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Old Locomotive Engine, constructed by the late George Stevenson, for Killingworth Colliery.

An antique line engraving published in "A History of Coal, Coke and Coal Fields" by W. Fordyce in 1860.

Approx 26 cms by 17cms.


Price: 85.00
  



Aston Hall.

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Aston Hall.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after D. Cox. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15.5cms by 10cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Coventry.

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Coventry.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after T. Creswick. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.


Approx 11cms by 12.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Bridge in the Blisworth Embankment. The Road leading from Towcester to Northampton.

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Bridge in the Blisworth Embankment. The Road leading from Towcester to Northampton.


An antique line engraving. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 10.5cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Leighton Buzzard.

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Leighton Buzzard.


An antique line engraving by W., Radclyffe after T.Creswick. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 13cms by 10cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Penkridge

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Penkridge

An antique line engraving published by William S. Orr & Co., 1856 with later hand colouring.

Approx 11cms by 7cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Excavations at Hartford.

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Excavations at Hartford.


An antique line engraving after C. Radclyffe. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 14cms by 10cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Vale Royal Viaduct.

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Vale Royal Viaduct.


An antique line engraving by W.Radclyffe. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 13.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Berkhamsted station

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Berkhamsted station


An antique line engraving by E. Radclyffe after George Dodgson. Published in T Roscoe's History of the London & Birmingham Railway in 1845 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 9.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Entrance to the Tubular Bridge (Menai Straits)

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Entrance to the Tubular Bridge (Menai Straits)


An antique line engraving which was engraved and published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring. All margins trimmed.

Approx 10cms by 8cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Harrow on the Hill.

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Harrow on the Hill.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after L. Wrightson. Circa 1830 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 10cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Newton Road Station, near Birmingham.

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Newton Road Station, near Birmingham.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after C. Radclyffe. Published in 1839 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 9.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Reception of a Monster Railway Bar at Port Talbot, Glamorganshire.

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Reception of a Monster Railway Bar at Port Talbot, Glamorganshire.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on February 22nd, 1851 with later hand colouring.

Approx 23cms by 15cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Knaresborough Viaduct.

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Knaresborough Viaduct.
An antique lithograph of Knaresborough Viaduct over the River Nidd which was completed in 1851 and built through the picturesque town to carry a branch of the Leeds & Thirsk Railway. The four-span bridge stands 78ft high above the water, each span measuring 56ft 9in across. Circa 1851. Artist and lithographer are unknown.

Approx 27cms by 18.5cms.


Price: 195.00
  



The Railway Station at Doncaster.

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The Railway Station at Doncaster.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on September 15th, 1848. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 23cms by 15cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Opening of the Wye Valley Railway.

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Opening of the Wye Valley Railway.
Four antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" showing 'Entrance to Denhill Tunnel from South', 'North End of Denhill Tunnel', Tintern Abbey, and South End of Tunnel' and 'Redbrook Station and Viaduct'. Published on October 28th, 1876. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 32cms by 21.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



'Great Western Railway  -  The Swindon Station', and 'New Swindon'.

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'Great Western Railway - The Swindon Station', and 'New Swindon'.





Two antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on 18th October, 1845. Together with related text.




Approx 24.5cms by 36cms.


Price: 40.00
  



New Grand Central Railway Station at Birmingham.

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New Grand Central Railway Station at Birmingham.

An antique woodcut egraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on June, 3rd 1854.

Approx 36cm by 24cm.


Price: 40.00
  



South Eastern Railway Station, London Bridge.

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South Eastern Railway Station, London Bridge.


An antique line engraving. Circa 1850 with later hand colouring.

Approx 13cms by 9cms.


Price: 30.00
  



London & North Western Railway Station, Euston Square.

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London & North Western Railway Station, Euston Square.


An antique line engraving published in John Tallis Tallis's "Illustrated London 1851" with later hand colouring.

Approx 13.5cms by 9cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The Metropolitan (underground) Railway  -  Works in progress at King's Cross.

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The Metropolitan (underground) Railway - Works in progress at King's Cross.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on February 2nd, 1861.

Approx 34cms by 24cms.



Price: 35.00
  



New Terminus Station of the Great Eastern Railway. Liverpool Street, City.

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New Terminus Station of the Great Eastern Railway. Liverpool Street, City.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in a "Supplement to The Illustrated London News" on July 24th, 1875.

Approx 24cms by 16.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



The New Victoria Railway Station at Pimlico.

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The New Victoria Railway Station at Pimlico.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on May 4th, 1861. The colouring is later.

Approx 35cms by 22cms.


Price: 40.00
  



London & Birmingham Railway Terminus, Euston Square.

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London & Birmingham Railway Terminus, Euston Square.

An antique line engraving by H. Bond after T.H. Shepherd. Circa 1840.

Approx 12.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 20.00
  



The Crumlin Viaduct, on the Western Valley Railway.

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The Crumlin Viaduct, on the Western Valley Railway.

A woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on 30th December, 1854.

Approx 24cms by 13cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Charing Cross Railway Station.

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Charing Cross Railway Station.


An antique lithograph by Andrew Maclure and Archibald Gray Macdonald. Originally produced as a supplementary presentation plate to the part-work Cassell & Co. "Old and New London" (London : 1873-1878). Later coloured by hand.

Approx 19.5cms by 13cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Chalk Farm Bridge,  Birmingham Railway.

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Chalk Farm Bridge, Birmingham Railway.


An antique line engraving by J. Fussell. Circa 1840. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 15cms by 9cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Underground London.  At the busiest crossing in the World.

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Underground London. At the busiest crossing in the World.




A photograph of the Bank of England and the Royal Exchange accompanied by woodcut engravings of The Public suibway, The Central London Railway and the City and South London Railway. Published in "The Sphere2 on April 21st, 1900.




Approx 22cms by 32cms.


Price: 40.00
  



The Excavation near Camden Town.  With the Stationary Engine Chimneys & Locomotive Engine House.

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The Excavation near Camden Town. With the Stationary Engine Chimneys & Locomotive Engine House.

An antique line engraving by H. Griffiths after E. Duncan. Circa 1840 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 9cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The Great Western Railway New Terminus, at Paddington.

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The Great Western Railway New Terminus, at Paddington.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in the "Illustrated London News" in 1854. The colouring is later.

Approx 23cms by 14cms.


Price: 25.00
  



'Eccentric for Shifting Railway, Locomotive Engine House and Chimnies of Stationary Engine House'.

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'Eccentric for Shifting Railway, Locomotive Engine House and Chimnies of Stationary Engine House'.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Eccentric for Shifting Railway, Locomotive Engine House and Chimnies of Stationary Engine House' at Camden Town on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit Street, and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. July 1838.Some surface dirt.

Approx 33.5cms by 23.5cms.




Price: 300.00
  



Interior of the New Great Circular Engine-House at the Camden-Town Depot of the North Western Railway.

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Interior of the New Great Circular Engine-House at the Camden-Town Depot of the North Western Railway.

An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" in 1847. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 22.5cms by 14cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Primrose Hill Tunnel.

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Primrose Hill Tunnel.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Entrance to Locomotive Engine House, Camden Town' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by C. Hullmandel. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 25.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 150.00
  



New Stations of the Metropolitan Railway.

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New Stations of the Metropolitan Railway.


Two antique woodcut engravings, together with a report, which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on February 10th, 1866. Top view is of Aldergate Street and the lower is of Cowcross Street, Farringdon Road.



Approx 24cms by 32cms.






Price: 40.00
  



The Aston Viaduct.

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The Aston Viaduct.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after D. Cox. Circa 1860 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 10cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Old Bridge and Railway Viaduct, Bath.

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Old Bridge and Railway Viaduct, Bath.


An antique line engraving by Chas. Davies which was published by R.E. Peach, 8, Bridge Street, Bath. Circa 1860 witrh later hand colouring.

Approx 18cms by 12cms.


Price: 35.00
  



Nottingham from the Railway.

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Nottingham from the Railway.

An antique line engraving by Rock & Co. Circa 1860.

Approx 10cms by 6.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



View from above Kilsby Tunnel.  July 10, 1837.

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View from above Kilsby Tunnel. July 10, 1837.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'View from above Kilsby Tunnel. July 10, 1837' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 33.5cms by 22.5cms.


Price: 250.00
  



Weedon Viaduct.

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Weedon Viaduct.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Weedon Viaduct' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 26cms by 17cms.


Price: 175.00
  



Head Gear, Great Shaft, Kilsby Tunnel.

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Head Gear, Great Shaft, Kilsby Tunnel.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Head Gear, Great Shaft, Kilsby Tunnel' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1838. Printed by C. Hullmandel.

Approx 38cms by 25cms.


Price: 300.00
  



The Leicester and Hitchin Railway  :  Kettering Station.

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The Leicester and Hitchin Railway : Kettering Station.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" in 1857. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 23cms by 14cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The Great Northern Railway.

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The Great Northern Railway.




Three antique woodcut engravings and a report which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on November 11th, 1848. Engravings are of 1. The Line at Spalding. 2. Spalding Station. 3. Bardney Station.




Approx 24cms by 36cms.




Price: 40.00
  



The First Locomotive passing Great Grimsby Church, on the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway.

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The First Locomotive passing Great Grimsby Church, on the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on April 15th, 1848 with later hand colouring.

Approx 23cms by 13cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The New Holland Ferry, on the Humber, belonging to the  Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railways.

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The New Holland Ferry, on the Humber, belonging to the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railways.
An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on April 15th, 1848. The line up to New Holland was opened on 1st March 1848 with a through service from Louth.

Approx 35cms by 23cms.


Price: 40.00
  



New Railway Hotel at the London and North West Terminus, Lime Street, Liverpool.

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New Railway Hotel at the London and North West Terminus, Lime Street, Liverpool.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on June 25th, 1870.

Approx 34.5cms by 23.5cms.


Price: 40.00
  



New Railway Station at Tithebarn Street, Liverpool.

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New Railway Station at Tithebarn Street, Liverpool.

An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on May 4th, 1850 with later hand colouring.

Approx 23cms by 16cm.


Price: 30.00
  



The Mersey Railway Tunnel :  Plan and Section, and works in progress.

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The Mersey Railway Tunnel : Plan and Section, and works in progress.
Antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on June 11th, 1881. Views include 1. The Mersey, showing Section of Tunnel, Driftway, and shafts. 2. Passenger Ferry (present means of crossing). 3. Ferry for vehicles (present means of crossing) 4. Map showing Position of Tunnel. 5. Working at the Face of Heading. 6. View of Birkenhead Works, showing Headgear, Engine-house &c. 7. Working at the Bottom of Shaft, showing Entrance to Heading.

Approx 45cms by 31cms.


Price: 40.00
  



Railway Office, Liverpool.

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Railway Office, Liverpool.

An antique aquatint engraving by S.G. Hughes after T.T. Bury. Published by Ackermann & Co in 1833. Original colouring. Some staining to margins at both top corners caused by old tape.

Approx 25cms by 21cms.


Price: 195.00
  



Wellington Crescent & Station, Ramsgate.

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Wellington Crescent & Station, Ramsgate.


An antique line engraving engraved and published by J. Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 10cms by 8cms.


  



London, Chatham & Dover Railway Station, Ramsgate.

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London, Chatham & Dover Railway Station, Ramsgate.


An antique line engraving engraved and published by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 10.5cms by 8cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Sands & Railway Station, Ramsgate.

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Sands & Railway Station, Ramsgate.


An antique line engraving engraved and published by J. Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 10cms by 8cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Sands, Ramsgate.

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Sands, Ramsgate.


An antique line engraving by Newman & Co, Watling St. London. Published & Sold by E. Knott, Stationer, Ramsgate. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 9cms by 7.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The Sands, Ramsgate.

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The Sands, Ramsgate.


An antique line engraving, engraved and published by Newman & Co, 48, Watling St. London. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 10.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Opening of the Isle of Man Railway.

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Opening of the Isle of Man Railway.

Antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" in 1873.

Approx 30cms by 22.5cms.




Price: 35.00
  



Watford Tunnel Face.  June 6th, 1837.

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Watford Tunnel Face. June 6th, 1837.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Watford Tunnel Face. June 6th, 1837' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1838. Two small marginal tears 2cms from printed area.

Approx 38cms by 25.5cms.


Price: 250.00
  



Box-Moor Embankment.  June 11th, 1837.

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Box-Moor Embankment. June 11th, 1837.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Box-Moor Embankment. June 11th, 1837' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 39cms by 26.5cms.


Price: 225.00
  



Nash Mill Bridge, near Kings Langley, Herts.

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Nash Mill Bridge, near Kings Langley, Herts.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Nash Mill Bridge, near Kings Langley, Herts.' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 34.5cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 300.00
  



The Ross, Hereford and Gloucester Railway  -  The Town of Ross.

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The Ross, Hereford and Gloucester Railway - The Town of Ross.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on July 14, 1855.

Approx 23cms by 15cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Southampton Railway Terminus

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Southampton Railway Terminus


An antique line engraving by J. & F. Harwood. Circa 1841. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 16.5cm by 10cm.


Price: 30.00
  



The Station, Grange Court.

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The Station, Grange Court.


An antique woodcut engraving, published in 1861 with later hand colouring. Text on verso.

Approx 10.5cms by 7cms.


Price: 20.00
  



Portland.  The Castle & Railway Station.

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Portland. The Castle & Railway Station.


An antique line engraving by Newman & Co. 48, Watling St. London. Published by B. Benson, Bookseller, Weymouth. Circa 1860. Later coloured by hand.

Approx 10.5cms by 8.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



The Meldon Viaduct, Devon and Cornwall Railway.

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The Meldon Viaduct, Devon and Cornwall Railway.

An antique woodcut engraving which was published in the "Illustrated London News". Circa 1875. The colouring is later.

Approx 23.5cms by 12cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Opening of the Exeter and Exmouth Railway  :  Arrival of the first train at Exmouth.

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Opening of the Exeter and Exmouth Railway : Arrival of the first train at Exmouth.

An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" in 1861.

Approx 24cms by 14cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Opening of the West Cornwall Railway  -  The Penzance Station.

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Opening of the West Cornwall Railway - The Penzance Station.


An antique woodcut engraving which was published in "The Illustrated London News" on 4th September, 1852.

Approx 24cms by 12.5cms.


Price: 25.00
  



Opening of the Cornwall Railway.

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Opening of the Cornwall Railway.





Two antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on May 14th, 1859. The top engraving is "Inauguration of the Albert Viaduct at Saltash by the Prince Consort" and the bottom is "Departure of H.R. H. Prince Albert in the "Vivid" steamer.





Approx 24cms by 36cms.


Price: 40.00
  



The Railway Station, Chester.

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The Railway Station, Chester.

An antique line engraving by A. Ashley after J. F. Burrell. Drawn and engraved for the British Gazetteer. It has been coloured by hand.


Approx 21cms by 12cms.


Price: 85.00
  



The Chester & Holyhead Railway Bridge Accident, Chester May 24th, 1847.

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The Chester & Holyhead Railway Bridge Accident, Chester May 24th, 1847.
An antique line engraving depicting the scene at Chester after the accident where four persons were killed and nineteen were injured. Beneath the title, the text, which includes a key which describes the devastation. Circa 1850. Later coloured by hand. Repaired tears in top right corner of image.

Approx 23.5cms by 17cms.


Price: 60.00
  



The Eastern Counties Railway  -  Opening of the line to Cambridge and Ely.

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The Eastern Counties Railway - Opening of the line to Cambridge and Ely.



Five antique woodcut engravings which were published in "The Illustrated London News" on August 2nd, 1845. They include views of the railway stations of Elsenham, Chesterfield, Cambridge, Wendon and Ickleton.


Price: 35.00
  



Woolverton Viaduct.

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Woolverton Viaduct.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Woolverton Viaduct' on the London and Birmingham Railway.. Printed by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1838.

Approx 38cms by 23cms.


Price: 250.00
  



Blisworth Cutting.

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Blisworth Cutting.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Blisworth Cutting' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 26cms by 17cms.


Price: 150.00
  



Blisworth Cutting.

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Blisworth Cutting.

An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Nash Mill Bridge, near Kings Langley, Herts.' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by G. Hullmandel. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.


Approx 36cms by 24.5cms.


Price: 225.00
  



Canal Bridge, Pitstone, Bucks.

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Canal Bridge, Pitstone, Bucks.


An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Canal Bridge, Pitstone, Bucks' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.


Approx 26.5cms by 18cms.



Price: 150.00
  



Jackdaw Hill, Linslade, Bucks.

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Jackdaw Hill, Linslade, Bucks.

An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Jackdaw Hill, Linslade, Bucks' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.


Approx 26.5cms by 18cms.



Price: 150.00
  



Making the Embankment, Wolverton Valley, 28 June 1837

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Making the Embankment, Wolverton Valley, 28 June 1837

An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Making the Embankment, Wolverton Valley, 28 June 1837' on the London and Birmingham Railway.. Printed by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1838.


Approx 37cms by 33cms.


Price: 195.00
  



The Avon Viaduct.

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The Avon Viaduct.


An antique line engraving by W. Radclyffe after C. Radclyffe. Circa 1840 with later hand colouring.

Approx 15cms by 9.5cms.


Price: 30.00
  



Avon Viaduct, Wolston, Warwickshire.

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Avon Viaduct, Wolston, Warwickshire.
An antique lithograph drawn and lithographed by J C Bourne of 'Pumps for draining the Kilsby Tunnel' on the London and Birmingham Railway. Printed by Day & Haghe Lithographers to the Queen. Published by J C Bourne, 19 Lamb's Conduit St and Ackermann and Co, Strand, London. 1839.

Approx 33cms by 22.5cms.


Price: 250.00
  


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