Two letters relating to the Chatham & Dover Railway
Two letters relating to the Chatham & Dover Railway. Letter 1 is from the office of the superintendent of the line, London, Chatham & Dover Railway, Victoria Station. It is dated October 28th, 1887 and is from Mr. W. Cockburn to Mr. M. W. Collet, governor of the Bank of England. It is regarding a 1st class coach of 4 wheels & second class coach of 6 wheels. The second letter is the response from M.W. Collet to Mr. Cockburn, dated 31st October 1887 (2 sheets of paper).
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letter 1 (folded): 255 mm x 205 mm
letter 2: 178 mm x 114 mm
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- British Transport Commission
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