Stained glass window, Lancashire &Yorkshire Railway

Stained glass window, Lancashire &Yorkshire Railway (window)

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Stained glass window, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, ex Manchester Victoria Station, by George Wragge, 'The Crafts', London & Manchester, c. 1909, depicting arms Lancaster and red rose with vignette of TS Irwell (1040 tons) built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson in 1906 for the Goole-Rotterdam service, broken up in 1954. 75 x 50 in.

Details

Category:
Railway Infrastructure
Object Number:
1992-7766/1
Materials:
glass, wood and lead
Measurements:
overall: 2032 mm x 1355 mm x 90 mm,
type:
window