Letter from Robert Stephenson to Henry Kingsford of Canterbury & Whitstable Railway dated 12 June 1830
- Robert Stephenson
Letter, Robert Stephenson to Henry Kingsford of Canterbury & Whitstable Railway, in pursuance of agreement between the directors of the company and his father, George Stephenson. Specifies prices for parts following completion of the engine at 'Claws Wood', including piston rod, crank and pin, malleable iron shaft, set of nozzle valves and a set of fire bars, amounting to £45-2s-6d. The letter also discusses the work of his manager, George Cabry. Letter written 12 June 1830 at Newcastle upon Tyne.
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