A photograph entitled 'Trains Snowed Up', taken by William Notman in 1860. The photograph shows a train fitted with a snow plough, stuck in a snow drift.
A photograph entitled 'Trains Snowed Up', taken by William Notman in 1860.
The photograph shows a train fitted with a snow plough, stuck in a snow drift, it is taken from an album compiled to commemorate the royal visit to Canada of Albert, Prince of Wales (1841-1910). The album contains photographs of Canadian landscape, as well as scenes taken during the visit.
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- National Science and Media Museum
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