Nuremberg-Fuerth railway

Made:
1835-1836 in Nuremberg

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Print. Die Ludwigs-Eisenbahn zwischen Nurnberg und Furth. / Gezeichnet v. Heideloss; Gestochen v. Wiesner. - Nurnberg bei C. Riedel, nd. [= Nuremberg, Germany, 1835-1836]. Engraving, col.; image 16.5x24.5cm, platemark 21.1x26.6cm on sheet 31x46.5cm. Describing and depicting the opening of the first railway in Germany, between Nuremberg and Furth on 7 December 1835, with a passenger train [Die Adler/The Eagle locomotive] carrying three classes of carriage, the scene with crowds including children and soldiers

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1980-1032/2
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Van Gendt, A.L.