Letter from Henry Newton to Henry Pease

Made:
1875-09-15
part of archive:
Correspondence of Henry Pease
maker:
Pease, Henry (1807-1881) Quaker Railway Promoter MP

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

© The Board of Trustees of The Science Museum, London
National Railway Museum, York

Hand-written letter on paper by Henry Newton to Henry Pease on 15 September 1875 concerning Stockton and Darlington Railway's 50th Jubilee in 1875. Newton describes in detail the formation of the York and North Midland Railway and attitudes to railway investment at the time including a comment on Hudson's initially lukewarm reception of the Y&NMR scheme. Three sheets.

Details

Extent:
1 item
Identifier:
PEAS/1/19
Subject:
Railways

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