Architectural Drawings of Curzon Street Station, Birmingham

Made:
1837-1855
maker:
London & Birmingham Railway Co
and
London & North Western Railway Co

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Civil engineering and architectural drawings for Curzon Street Station, the Birmingham terminus of the London & Birmingham Railway (L&BR) including drawings relating to the original construction contract and to subsequent site developments. Some drawings are signed by Philip Hardwick, the L&BR's architect and Robert Stephenson who was the railway's engineer. Around half of the drawings were created by Grissell & Peto, civil engineering contractors, and later drawings bear the stamp of the London & North Western Railway, which the L&BR was amalagmated into in 1846.

Details

Extent:
102 items
Identifier:
CZNST
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