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******** Stephenson's 'Rocket' winning the Rainhill Trials, 14 October 1829 (1898).
Code: H390814
Artist: ********
Title: Stephenson's 'Rocket' winning the Rainhill Trials, 14 October 1829 (1898).
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Ann Ronan/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Stephenson's 'Rocket' winning the Rainhill Trials, 14 October 1829 (1898).
Code: H390814
Artist: ********
Title: Stephenson's 'Rocket' winning the Rainhill Trials, 14 October 1829 (1898).
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
Harris, John the younger (1791-1873) Entrance to the tunnel and booking offices New Station, Lime Street, Liverpool, 1836. The Liverpool & Manchester Railway was built under the guidance of chief engineer George Stephenson. It opened on 15th September 1830, becoming the world's first inter-city railway.  From 'Liverpool and Manchester Railway', 1836.
Code: H600488
Artist: Harris, John the younger (1791-1873)
Title: Entrance to the tunnel and booking offices New Station, Lime Street, Liverpool, 1836. The Liverpool & Manchester Railway was built under the guidance of chief engineer George Stephenson. It opened on 15th September 1830, becoming the world's first inter-city railway. From 'Liverpool and Manchester Railway', 1836.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Harris, John the younger (1791-1873) Entrance to the tunnel and booking offices New Station, Lime Street, Liverpool, 1836. The Liverpool & Manchester Railway was built under the guidance of chief engineer George Stephenson. It opened on 15th September 1830, becoming the world's first inter-city railway.  From 'Liverpool and Manchester Railway', 1836.
Code: H600488
Artist: Harris, John the younger (1791-1873)
Title: Entrance to the tunnel and booking offices New Station, Lime Street, Liverpool, 1836. The Liverpool & Manchester Railway was built under the guidance of chief engineer George Stephenson. It opened on 15th September 1830, becoming the world's first inter-city railway. From 'Liverpool and Manchester Railway', 1836.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896) Entrance to the locomotive engine house, Camden Town, London, 1839. Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17th September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Code: H600478
Artist: Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896)
Title: Entrance to the locomotive engine house, Camden Town, London, 1839. Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17th September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896) Entrance to the locomotive engine house, Camden Town, London, 1839. Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17th September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Code: H600478
Artist: Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896)
Title: Entrance to the locomotive engine house, Camden Town, London, 1839. Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17th September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896) Building the retaining wall near Park Street, Camden Town, London, 17th September 1836 (1838). Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17 September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Code: H600477
Artist: Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896)
Title: Building the retaining wall near Park Street, Camden Town, London, 17th September 1836 (1838). Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17 September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896) Building the retaining wall near Park Street, Camden Town, London, 17th September 1836 (1838). Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17 September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Code: H600477
Artist: Bourne, John Cooke (1814-1896)
Title: Building the retaining wall near Park Street, Camden Town, London, 17th September 1836 (1838). Scene during the construction of the London & Birmingham Railway. Under the guidance of chief engineer Robert Stephenson, the 112 mile line running from Curzon Street station in Birmingham to Euston station in London, took 20,000 men almost five years to complete. The railway was finally completed on 17 September 1838, becoming the first railway into London.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** George Stephenson's 'Rocket', c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Code: H600471
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's 'Rocket', c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** George Stephenson's 'Rocket', c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Code: H600471
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's 'Rocket', c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** The 'Rocket', locomotive designed by George Stephenson in 1829, c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Code: H600094
Artist: ********
Title: The 'Rocket', locomotive designed by George Stephenson in 1829, c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection - London
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** The 'Rocket', locomotive designed by George Stephenson in 1829, c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Code: H600094
Artist: ********
Title: The 'Rocket', locomotive designed by George Stephenson in 1829, c1905. On 11 October 1829 'Rocket' won the Rainhill Trials, a competition held to determine the engine to be used on the Liverpool to Manchester Railway.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Stapleton Historical Collection
******** Berkhamsted Station, Hertfordshire, on the London and Birmingham Railway, c1860.
Code: H504590
Artist: ********
Title: Berkhamsted Station, Hertfordshire, on the London and Birmingham Railway, c1860.
Location: Science Archive - Oxford
Credits: Photo Scala Florence/Heritage Images

******** Berkhamsted Station, Hertfordshire, on the London and Birmingham Railway, c1860.
Code: H504590
Artist: ********
Title: Berkhamsted Station, Hertfordshire, on the London and Birmingham Railway, c1860.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Science Archive
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Science Archive
******** George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', c1875.
Code: H390946
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', c1875.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Ann Ronan/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', c1875.
Code: H390946
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', c1875.
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
******** Medal commemorating the centenary of the birth of George Stephenson, railway engineer, 1881.
Code: H390849
Artist: ********
Title: Medal commemorating the centenary of the birth of George Stephenson, railway engineer, 1881.
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Ann Ronan/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** Medal commemorating the centenary of the birth of George Stephenson, railway engineer, 1881.
Code: H390849
Artist: ********
Title: Medal commemorating the centenary of the birth of George Stephenson, railway engineer, 1881.
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
Genre: Minor arts
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
******** George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', 1829 (1892).
Code: H390815
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', 1829 (1892).
Location: ******** - ********
Credits: Photo Ann Ronan/Heritage Images/Scala, Florence

******** George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', 1829 (1892).
Code: H390815
Artist: ********
Title: George Stephenson's locomotive 'Rocket', 1829 (1892).
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
Genre: Print
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: ********
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