Flying Scotsman makes new record

PART OF:
The photographic library of the 'Daily Herald' newspaper
Made:
18 July 1932 in London
maker:
James Jarché
Glass quarter-plate negative, no. A7970 Glass quarter-plate negative, no. A7970

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Glass quarter-plate negative, no. A7970
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Glass quarter-plate negative, no. A7970
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Glass quarter-plate negative, no. A7970. Photograph by James Jarché for a Daily Herald assignment called "Flying Scotsman makes new record". Image shows the famous locomotive arriving into Euston Station, London.

Published in the Daily Herald newspaper, 19 July 1932: "The Flying Scotsman (L.N.E.R. London-Edinburgh) made the longest non-stop run in the world -- 392 1/2 miles in 7 hours 26 minutes -- 45 minutes better than her old schedule."

Details

Category:
Photographs
Collection:
Daily Herald Archive
Object Number:
1983-5236/31808
Materials:
glass
Measurements:
overall: 100 mm x 145 mm
type:
negative - photographic
credit:
Daily Herald Archive, National Science and Media Museum