Lithograph, view of the London and Birmingham Railway when in course of construction by J. C. Bourne, published 1839. ‘Entrance portico – Euston Grove Station’. The print shows Euston Arch, Euston Station, London with horse and carriages and people walking towards portico. Published as plate II ‘Euston Square Depot. South front of the Propyleum or Entrance Gateway, with two pavilions or lodges, on each side, for offices. Sketched 1838’, in ‘Drawings of the London and Birmingham Railway, by J. C. Bourne, with an historical and descriptive account by John Britton’, London : J. C. Bourne; Ackermann & Co.; C. Tilt, 1839 (inv. 1999-7495 / 2000-7644 / 2000-7769). Titles and text as given in published volume, no text on print.
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