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Letter from W W Currie to James Loch, Director, Liverpool &
Letter from W W Currie to James Loch, Director, Liverpool & Manchester Railway, at Dunrobin Castle,Golspie, concerning events following the opening of the railway including; the funeral of William Huskisson, numbers of passengers carried, ordering of further locomotives, promotion of a rival scheme, and other matters, 21 September 1830. 1 document.
Lithograph: Systeme de sondage employe dans les te
Lithograph: Systeme de sondage employe dans les terrains volcaniques aux etablissements du Comte de Larderel. Tirpenne lith; Imp. Lemercier, Paris [183-?]. Scene with gantries and gearing apparatus, winding of rope, forge and activities concerning drilling for subsoil wells [oil?]; some wells gushing, some tapped
Design for a Dress Coach
Pen and ink, watercolour and carriage oils on board (blue, cream) [design for a] Dress Coach / Barker & Co., [London], [ca1830].
Canterbury and Whitstable Railway.
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Coloured lithograph. Canterbury and Whitstable Railway. View of the Canterbury and Whitstable railway from Church Street taken on the opening day, 3 May 1830. Drawn and lithographed by T M Baynes. Printed by C Hullmandel. Published by Henry Ward, 14 Sun Street, Canterbury.
Design for a Dress Coach for Lord de Clifford
Pen and ink, watercolour and carriage oils on board (dark green, yellow) [design for a] Dress Coach for Lord De Clifford /Wm Legg Junr, [Barker & Co., London], [ca1830], scale 3/4":1' (1:16), 22.7 x 36.2 cm.
Design for a Perch & C Spring Barouche carriage
Pen and ink, watercolour and carriage oils on board (maroon, pink) [design for a] Perch & C Spring Barouche carriage for Lord Fitzroy Somerset / Wm Legg Junr, [Barker & Co., London], [ca1830], scale 1/2":1' (1:24), 15.2 x 21.6 cm.
The Unicorn Norwich Coach
Print. The Unicorn Norwich Coach. / Painted by Jas Pollard ; Engraved by Chas Hunt. - Published by J Watson, 1830, London. Aquatint, col.; image 43.5x59.5cm on sheet 53x71cm. Landscape depicting the Norfolk to Cromer stage coach run by the Norfolk Hotel, drawn by three horses, carrying luggage on roof, three passengers up and two visible inside, fotplateman in red coat